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The Jewish Refugee Museum has reopened after an extensive renovation, and this walk will include a visit to the museum and the neighbourhood that was once Shanghai's Jewish ghetto.

In the late 1930s, 20,000 European Jews fleeing Nazi Europe made their way to Shanghai, a safe haven when all other doors were closing. In this alien city, they had to make a home and a life in extremely difficult circumstances. 

Join us as we explore the history of Shanghai's Jewish ghetto, and the places where the refugees lived, worked, and played. We'll also take a look around the neighbourhood, which contains what was once the Asia's largest prison, as well as an old Sea Temple.  

Limited capacity, please register early!

Meeting point:

Line 12 Dailian Lu Station Exit 4 (535 Dalian Lu)

地铁12号线 大连路站4号出口(大连路535号) 

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