Posts Tagged ‘ calligraphy ’

Chinese Art With a Jewish Twist (Or, Jewish Art With a Chinese Twist)

June 8, 2015
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Chinese Art With a Jewish Twist (Or, Jewish Art With a Chinese Twist)

“I am Jewish,” graphic designer Davi Yael-Cheng recently told a coworker. “You are? Really?” he responded. “Yes, I am Jewish.” “Really? You are Jewish?” “Yes.” “Really?” he asked again. This, Yael-Cheng recounts in a recent Jewish& blog post, is pretty typical. The Hong Kong-born artist is an active member of…

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A Challah for All Seasons

February 15, 2011
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Each week, Jews all over the world read a portion of the Torah, advancing through the…

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