Shanghai Jewish Refugees
Museum unveiled Tuesday a 34-meter long wall engraved with the names of
13,732 Jews who fled the horrors of Nazi Europe during World War II to
find refuge in China.
According to the Chinese
news agency Xinhua, the wall was built on the grounds of the former
site of Ohel Moshe Synagogue. The commemoration wall was unveiled a day
before China marked the 69-year anniversary for its victory over Japan.