THE COLOR OF CAREFULLY ORDERED CHAOS – The Work of Nir...

by Amy Har-Even   Background (Taxi) Nir Segal at Sit-You-Ate - Photo by Tamar Tal Black Eye Heavy Paint Installation View Nir Segal is nothing if not prolific. One...

REPLANTING ROOTS IN SHANGHAI: Architect Haim Dotan’s Journey

by Erica Lyons   Architect Haim Dotan To understand the importance of the Israel Pavilion in Shanghai, it is necessary to understand the history of the ties...

THE DEATH PENALTY – What Asia can learn from Judaism –...

by Michael H. Fox   The Torah’s major concern is with protecting the sanctity of human life. Interestingly enough, the Israeli courts have embraced this principle....

Mending Hearts… Building Bridges – Issue 1

  BEST OF AJL Mending Hearts... Building Bridges by Jana Daniels   Dr Lior Sasson during a SACH Medical Mission to China Lyka Edna Masgay is a healthy little girl...

Ambassador of Vietnamese Lacquer Art: Nava Levy – Issue 1

by Amy A. Har-Even   Nava Levy - Featured Artist The first thing you notice about Nava Levy’s Hong Kong apartment is its sweeping panoramic view of...

A Photo Essay: Growing Up Jewish in India

  COVER STORY: A Photo Essay Growing Up Jewish in India by Meirah Bhastekar & Richard Lord All photos in this article and the photo on the cover...

Film in Focus: IS THERE A NEXT YEAR IN BOMBAY? A...

by Robin Jeffrey   Sharon & Sharona smiling Sharon praying on his own Mr. Dandekar in the Navgaon cemetery A smiling bride, an ecstatic groom, jubilant...

ANIMATING JEWISH-CHINESE RELATIONS: A story of lasting friendship

by Erica Lyons Judaism and Israel are hot topics in China. Over ten Chinese Universities now offer programs in Judaic Studies, at least one offering...

Hanoi and Counting

  Writer's Desk Hanoi and Counting by Raquelle Azran Thirty eight motorbikes, ten bicycles, seven cars.The light changes and traffic flows by in downtownHanoi. Suzuki FX 125’s, Honda...

A Vision of China – Israel Academic Interchange

  Viewpoint A Vision of China - Israel Academic Interchange by Carice Witte Postcard of the Tomb of Rachel In early 2010, I met Zhang Yangjia, a graduate...