Tag Archives: Michael Levy

Just Like Comrade Karl Marx

Earlier this week, Michael Levy wrote about Jews and Chinese food and what Chinese people think about Jews. He has been blogging all week for the Jewish Book Council and MyJewishLearning‘s Author Blog.


Central China is a strange place.  Unlike the globalized, westernized cities on the coast, the land-locked, impoverished provinces of the interior rarely get foreign visitors.  Continue reading here.

What Chinese People Think about Jews

On Monday, Michael Levy wrote about Jews and Chinese Food. He is the author of Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating with China’s Other Billion.
My last post began with a list of stereotypes about Jews. We tell jokes; we like Chinese food; etc.  Continue reading here.

Jews and Chinese Food

Michael Levy is the author of Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating with China’s Other Billion. He will be blogging all week for the Jewish Book Council and MyJewishLearning‘s Author Blog.
My therapist once told me a joke: “Chinese culture is old, perhaps 4000 years. But Jewish culture is 1000 years older! The only question is: how did we survive for 1000 years without Chinese food?

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Book Cover of the Week: Kosher Chinese

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter

Coming in July from Henry Holt, Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating with China’s Other Billion (Michael Levy)…view it here.