Chinese Judaism
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Chiara Betta, "From Orientals to Imagined Britons: Baghdadi Jews in Shanghai," Modern Asian Studies 37, 4 (2003): 999-1023.

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Zhou Xun, "The 'Kaifeng Jew' Hoax: Constructing the 'Chinese Jew'," in Ivan Davidson Kalmar and Derek J. Penslar, eds., Orientalism and the Jews (Waltham: Brandeis University Press, 2005)

Films:

Steven E. Calcote and Jonathan M. Shulman, Minyan in Kaifeng (Waltham, MA: The National Center of Jewish Film, Brandeis Univ., 2001)

Joan Grossman & Paul Rosdy, The Port of Last Resort: Zuflucht in Shanghai (Waltham: National Center for Jewish Film, 1998)

Dana Janklowicz-Mann and Amir Mann, Shanghai Ghetto (2005)

Robert Kirk, Sugihara: Conspiracy of Kindness

LIC Australia, China From Within: Shanghai Jews (200-)

Karen Shopsowitz, A Place to Save Your Life: The Story of the Jewish Refugee Community of Shanghai, China Montreith Inn Productions (NY: Filmakers Library, 1992)

Yossi Turisky, Chinese Jews on the Banks of the Yellow River (Waltham: The National Center for Jewish Film, 198?)


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