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  • Israel and New Realities

    Because of its periodic need to accommodate other countries, the US will find itself in disagreement with Israel, not because these countries will necessarily be unfriendly to Israel and its interests, but because they have their own interests that don’t always match those of the US or of Israel. More ▸

  • Israeli Surgeons Share Expertise in China

    — “Where is Yang’s heart?” Dr. Alona Raucher-Sternfeld cooed in Hebrew to 5-year-old Yang Bin as she prepared him for surgery aimed at repairing his tiny heart. As she danced her fingers on his belly, the language barrier disappeared and the boy’s previously defiant exterior melted into giggles. Yang Bin was one of about 80… More ▸

  • China’s Israel Chamber of Commerce Meets

    The Israel Chamber of Commerce in China held its first meeting in Beijing. Businesses represented at the Nov. 6 meeting, which came came two months after Israeli President Shimon Peres marked the founding of the chamber during the Olympics, ranged from tour companies to IP firms to a local kindergarten. Agriculture and high-tech are the… More ▸

  • Destination Israel: China Launches Official Tours

    At a pre-departure session for China’s first tour group to Israel, manager Wu Jianguo from China Travel Service answered many questions from his pioneering clients: Will all the shops be closed on the day of rest? Are there Chinese restaurants in Israel? Where can we buy a menorah? Should we not bring any snacks with… More ▸

  • Israelis Host Beijing Ceremony to Remember Munich Victims

    Hundreds of Israeli, Chinese and Olympic officials gathered Monday at the Hilton Beijing to commemorate the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Games. While it has become a longstanding tradition for the Israeli delegation to visit the memorial to the Munich victims in Tel Aviv on the eve of their departure for the… More ▸