The Opening Ceremony of the Newly-Expanded Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum
On December 8th, the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum held a grand reopening ceremony. Government officials and consuls from many countries jointly cut the ribbon and unveiled the new museum.2020-12-17
Tour Exhibition in Germany
With the help of Center for Jewish Studies Shanghai and supports from relevant organizations and persons, our museum designed an exhibition named "Jewish Refugees?and Shanghai" with joint efforts of C2011-8-5
Exhibition of "Vienna's Conscience"
The pictures exhibition “Vienna’s conscience” shows a real Vienna half a century after the Nazis perished and records the people’s reflections on the particular history. The pictures are taken from2010-10-18
An Interview with Martin Gold, Committee Member of the US Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad
Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum has done an extraordinary job introducing the history of Shanghai as the refuge for Jews from Holocaust during WWII. The renovated and expanded museum boasts rich exhib2010-10-18
"Dr. Feng Shan Ho & Jewish Refugees–From Vienna to Shanghai" Pictures Exhibition
On June 11, 2008, the Pictures Exhibition “Dr. Feng Shan Ho and Jewish Refugees – From Vienna to Shanghai” debuted at the Museum and displayed 41 pictures. In this exhibition, Dr. Feng Shan Ho’s photo2010-10-18
"China-Israel Friendship" Photo Exhibition
Israel and China are two great ancient civilizations that have made great contributions to humankind. Both countries boast long histories but are at the same time faced with tremendous challenges. T2010-10-18
About the Documentary "Memories of Shanghai"
In Shanghai, this modern metropolis with its high rise buildings, there is also the history of bygone days, preserved in the low dwellings of old alleys. What did people actually leave behind here? Th2010-10-15
About the Exhibition "Memories of Shanghai"
On the occasion of the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai and in order to provide an opportunity for visitors from all parts of the world to better understand the history of the European Jewish refugees in S2010-10-15
Speech Delivered by Ms. Sherry Zilbergeld, Consul of the Consulate General of Israel in Shanghai
Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Sherry Zilbergeld, Consul at the Israeli Consulate in Shanghai. I thank you all, on behalf of the Israeli Consulate for giving me the opportunity to take part in suc2010-10-15