An Oasis of Survival and Hope – exhibition in Central Hong Kong

2020-12-31T09:48:01+08:00Tags: |

Our exhibition in Central Hong Kong has created a lot of interest amongst the press and general public. Many people are stopping to read the exhibition panels, look at the wonderful student art and take a moment to reflect on the horrors of racism and intolerance that culminated in the Holocaust.
View the exhibition panels by clicking this link


Here are some of the articles and radio interviews.

Holocaust exhibition in Central features concentration camp art  SCMP

Teachers can nip prejudice in the bud  SCMP column



We are also covered in the Chinese papers.


Hong Kong Economic Journal article



Click here to view photos of the exhibition pieces and the opening

The study of The Holocaust is expanding world wide – Including China

2017-01-08T12:56:03+08:00Tags: |

Later this year AHO, the world’s biggest Holocaust association, is to stage China’s first international conference on the topic in Harbin. The north-eastern city once had a thriving Jewish community, but a more important stimulant for local interest in the conference will be parallels to be drawn, rightly or wrongly, between the Holocaust and Japanese wartime atrocities. The Imperial Japanese Army used the city for experiments on humans, including vivisection and dropping anthrax from low-flying planes, killing an estimated 400,000 people.

Read more about this through the link below

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