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Close to 200 expats living in Shanghai, participated in the Chanukah celebration at the Ohel Rachel Historic Synagogue led by the Rabbi of the community, Rabbi Shalom Greenberg of Chabad Lubavitch.

Dignitaries included the Israeli Ambassador to China, Mr. Zvi Hefetz, the Israeli Consul General in Shanghai Mr. Eddie Shapira, the American Consul General Mr. James Heller, representative of the French Consulate, and more.

Although covid-19 started in China, the government has managed to take control and stop the virus from spreading. Today all Chabad houses in China were given the go-ahead to have in-person Chanukah celebrations!

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