The collection presents the proceedings of the international colloquium held in Sankt Augustin in 1997 and additional materials. The articles are written in English, German or Chinese (with English abstracts). The volume includes a general index with glossary.

chapter 1|20 pages

Intercultural Encounters

From Kaifeng … to Shanghai. Jews in China. An introduction
ByRoman Malek

part 1|206 pages

From Kaifeng…

chapter 2|22 pages

Der Weg Nach Osten

Jüdische Niederlassungen im Alten China
ByHerbert Franke

chapter 4|36 pages

The Manuscripts and Artifacts of the Synagogue of Kaifeng

Their Peregrinations and Present Whereabouts
ByMichael Pollak

chapter 5|10 pages

Jewish Property in Kaifeng

Leo Gabow (1916–1998) *

chapter 6|26 pages

Jewish Identity of the Kaifeng Jews

ByXu Xin

chapter 7|20 pages

Some Observations on the Descendants of the Jews in Kaifeng

ByZhang Qianhong, Li Jingwen

chapter 9|10 pages

Bibliographical Notes on Jews in China

ByHartmut Walravens

chapter 10|22 pages

Die Erforschung Der Juden in China 1

ByYang Haijun 杨海军

part 2|298 pages

… to Shanghai

chapter 12|40 pages

Controlling the Jews, Manchukuo Style

ByAvraham Altman

chapter 14|14 pages

History of Russian Jews in Shanghai

ByRena Krasno

chapter 16|26 pages

Myth and Memory

Chinese Portrayal of Silas Aaron Hardoon, Luo Jialing and The Aili Garden Between 1924 and 1995
ByChiara Betta

chapter 17|16 pages

Shanghai Refuge

the Jewish Refugee Community of Shanghai 1938–1949 *
ByDavid Kranzler

chapter 18|20 pages

Flight to Shanghai 1938–1939 and its Larger Context

ByIrene Eber

chapter 19|10 pages

Uniqueness and Generality

The Case of Shanghai in the Annals of Jewish Diaspora
ByPan Guang 潘光

chapter 21|18 pages

Dr. Jakob rosenfeld: mensch und mythos

ByGerd Kaminski

chapter 22|20 pages

China Und Jiddisch

Jiddische Kultur in China Chinesische Literatur Auf Jiddisch 1
ByChang Shoou-Huey

chapter 23|12 pages

The State of Research into Jewish Music in China

ByAlexander Knapp

chapter 24|14 pages

Ein Journalist IM exil in Shanghai: Adolph J. Storfer und Die Gelbe Post

ByFrançoise Kreissler

part 3|158 pages

Europe, China and the “Jewish Paradox”

chapter 25|32 pages

Cabbala in China

ByClaudia von Collani

chapter 26|30 pages

Zur Frage der Juden in China in der Korrespondenz von G. W. Leibniz

ByRita Widmaier

chapter 28|18 pages

YOUTAI: A History of the “Jew” in Modern China 1

ByZhou Xun

chapter 29|18 pages

Chinese Intellectuals and “The Jewish Paradox” *

ByJoël Thoraval

chapter 30|18 pages

Research on Judaism in China*

ByHuang Lingyu黄陵渝