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Below are the available Jewish opportunities in Hong Kong. Please click on the button below and let us know what you are interested in this semester.
- Chabad of Hong Kong:An Orthodox organization that welcomes Jews of all backgrounds. They hold daily, as well as Friday night, Saturday morning and Holiday services, and have free meals for students nearly every week—though they do charge for larger, more elaborate meals and social events.
- Ohel Leah Synagogue: An Orthodox community which holds daily, as well as Friday night, Saturday morning and Holiday services. An open and welcoming expat community, Ohel Leah is located in Mid Levels adjacent to the JCC. Ohel Leah hosts Friday night dinners at least once a month for young professionals, which always feature an interesting speaker and gourmet food and are a favorite among KAHAL students. Each week, Ohel Leah hosts a free Shabbat kiddush/lunch, which is a great place to meet hundreds of local community members and young professionals. This warm, welcoming community also hosts many social, cultural, and tikkun olam events and activities and welcomes study abroad students’ participation.
- UJC-Hong Kong: A Progressive (Reform) community that holds weekly Friday night and Shabbat day services. The community also holds services and communal meals for High Holidays, as well as frequent social, cultural, and tikkun olam events and activities. The Rabbis are both American expats and love welcoming international students! .
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