Resting their feet.
By Mark Andrews
City Weekend. 10/03/2016
The Chinese gave us that simple goodwill,” explains Izak Rosenberg-Aamidor over a cappuccino in Hongkou’s White Horse Inn. “Maybe they didn’t always smile at us, but they let us live.”
The son of Jewish refugees from Poland, Aamidor was born in a traditional shikumen building on Tangshan Lu in early 1945. He is part of a dwindling band of witnesses to this part of Shanghai’s history, as his family was one of the lucky ones that managed to flee war-torn Europe to the relative safety of Shanghai.
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