"A lively, sometimes contentious rebirth of Kaifeng’s Jewish heritage"
A small population of just 1,000 people, in a city of 1.5 billion, work to preserve the modern-day heritage of this ancient Jewish lineage in China. Despite government pressures against these activities, the history of this "distinctively Chinese strain of Judaism" can still be seen.
By Chris Buckley
The New York Times
September 24, 2016