Below are some of the most important and useful links for additional research:
- Jewish-Asian Resources – Cantor Joy Katzen-Guthrie’s 1000+ entries are a tremendous source for articles, books and other media.
- China Judaic Studies Association – The U.S. site for Prof. Xu Xin’s Judaic Studies Center at Nanjing University.
- Igud Yotzei Sin –The Association of Former Residents of China in Israel’s website features news of this organization, the capability to trace families, and a good section on historical Jewish communities of China.
- Guo Yan, a female Jewish descendant in Kaifeng, has a blog with many pictures, videos and stories in both Chinese and English. It may be accessed at:
- Irene Clurman's wonderful homage to Harbin. http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/harbin/index.htm
- Candy Chang and Brad Stell's New York-based site that explores Chinese-Jewish identity issues: adoptions, marriages, birth and more. http://chineseandchosen.com/history.html
- Harry Leichter’s vast Jews of Asia website.
- Hong Kong-based Jewish Times Asia’s website, with news and listings of all Jewish communities in Asia.
- Getting to Know Israel – A Chinese language website produced by Prof. Meng Zhenhua (of Nanjing U). It introduces aspects of Israel and the Jewish people, including history, politics, culture, religion etc. to Chinese people and engages them in dialogue.
- Asian Jewish Life -- A quarterly publication from Hong Kong that reflects the diversity of the Jewish experience in Asia. http://www.asianjewishlife.org
- Matthew Jacobson has started a Chinese language site on basic Judaism. http://sinozion.tiddlyspot.com/
- International Jewish Cemetery Project: China.
- Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival.
- China Gate -- a Chinese language interactive site.
- Shavei Israel – An Israeli organization that assists in the education of the Kaifeng descendants and other “lost” Jewish communities, and promotes their return to Israel.
- The website by and for former Shanghailanders, loaded with reminiscences.
- Kulanu -- A U.S. organization that supports and shares information about isolated and emerging Jewish communities around the world. http://www.kulanu.org/china
- Noam Urbach, an Israeli filmmaker, is in the final stages of production for his film "Kaifeng, Jerusalem", about a family that moved from Kaifeng to Israel. Learn more about his film and watch a trailer. http://www.kaifengjerusalem.com
- Asian Rare Books (formerly of New York City) now relocated to Manila.
- Old China Hand Press – A source for photographic books on old Shanghai and other Chinese sites.