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The Art of Talmud: Chinese Commies Seek

Israel’s Babylonian Secret Knowledge


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Israel Epstein (April 20, 1915 – May 26, 2005) went to China with his parents at the age of two. He began to work for China’s revolution in 1933 and became a Chinese citizen in 1957. The noted propagandist once served as editor-in-chief of China Reconstructs (China Today) magazine. From 1983 on, he served as an elected member of the Standing Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, the top advisory body in China.

When serving as correspondent of the United Press International and the Allied Labor News of the United States, Epstein visited North Shaanxi Province and Shanxi-Suiyuan Areas, and interviewed Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai and other CCP leaders, along with a delegation of Chinese and foreign journalists. In 1947 Epstein wrote a book called Unfinished Revolution, a bitter, violent book broadly biased on the side of Communist China.[1]


  1. While You Slept : Our Tragedy in Asia and Who Made It, John T. Flynn, New York : The Devin – Adair Company, 1951, pgs. 67, 129, 133 pdf. result for Israel Epstein


Sidney Shapiro

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Sidney Shapiro
Born December 23, 1915

Died October 18, 2014 (aged 98)

Beijing, China
Other names Chinese: 沙博理
Occupation Author, actor, lawyer, translator
Known for Translation of Chinese novels of notable Chinese authors such as Ba Jin and Mao Dun into English.
Became citizen of People’s Republic of China.
Spouse(s) Fengzi

Sidney Shapiro (Chinese: 沙博理; pinyin: Shā Bólǐ) (December 23, 1915 – October 18, 2014) was an American-born Chinese translator, actor and author who lived in China from 1947 to 2014. He lived in Beijing for over a half century and was a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Council. He was one of very few naturalized citizens of the PRC.

Early life

Shapiro was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. He was of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. He was a graduate of St. John’s University, New York.[citation needed][1]


Shapiro held citizenship of the People’s Republic of China from 1963, before the Cultural Revolution, to the end of his life. He was a member of the People’s Political Consultative Conference, a governmental assembly of the PRC which ostensibly provides a forum for input from non-Communist political organizations.


In 1941, Shapiro was a 32-year old Brooklyn-born Jewish lawyer and he had enlisted in the U.S. Army. He applied for French Language School but was sent to an Army Chinese-language school in San Francisco, California.[1]

Shapiro’s connections with China began during World War II, when he was serving in the United States armed forces. He was chosen to learn Chinese by the United States Army in preparation for a possible American landing in Japanese-occupied China. After attaining a law degree in the US, he went to China, arriving in Shanghai in 1947. There, he met his future wife, an actress named Fengzi (Phoenix), who was a supporter of the Communist Party of China prior to its ascent to power. Beginning in the Cultural Revolution, she spent 10 years under house arrest for her opposition to Mao’s wife, Jiang Qing.[2] She later became one of the most prominent drama critics in the People’s Republic.[citation needed]

In 1958, Shapiro translated The Family a Chinese novel by Ba Jin or Pa Chin. Ba Jin is the pen name of Li Yaotang (aka Feigan) and he is one of the widely read Chinese writers of the 20th century. The translated novel was originally published by Foreign Languages Press (Beijing). Shapiro’s translation was based on the 1953 People’s Publishing House text, in which the author made corrections. The 1972 New York edition omits the article “the” from the title, which makes Family a more general concept rather than limiting it to this particular family. In her Editor’s Note, Lang discusses the history of the text, pointing out that certain passages, the anarchist elements, had been deleted from the 1958 Foreign Languages Press edition. The Anchor edition restored three prefaces by the author, newly translated, as well as some of the omitted passages.[3]

In 1997, after withdrawing the original version from publication for fear of offending Chinese authorities, his memoir I Chose China: The Metamorphosis of a Country & a Man was published.[4][1]

Through his literary translations he has remained at the forefront of helping people overseas learn about China’s past and present. His literary translations, which range from the classical to the modern, include the Ming Dynasty masterpiece Outlaws of the Marsh and the well-known 20th century outcries against bigotry and backwardness such as Ba Jin’s The Family and Mao Dun’s Spring Silkworms.[5]

For nearly 50 years, he was employed by the state-run Foreign Languages Press (FLP) as a translator of works of Chinese literature. He is best known for his highly regarded English version of Outlaws of the Marsh, one of the most important classics of Chinese literature. FLP recently reissued Shapiro’s translation as part of a bilingual collection called Library of Chinese Classics.

Shapiro was also an actor in many Chinese movies, typecast as the American villain.[1]


In 1948, Shapiro married Fengzi (aka Phoenix), an actress. She was also a writer and magazine editor. Shapiro had a daughter.[1][6][7] Phoenix died in 1996.[1]

On October 18, 2014, Shapiro died in Beijing, China. He was 98.[8][7]


On 26 December 2014 it was announced that the China International Publishing Group was establishing a Sidney Shapiro Research Center in honor of the translator to investigate model criteria for translation between Chinese and English.[9]


  • Jews in Old China – Studies by Chinese Scholars, a comprehensive collection of translations of papers by Chinese scholars about the ancient Kaifeng Jews and other Jewish papers by various Chinese scholars, and papers on Jewish-Chinese interaction
  • Shapiro, Sidney. “An American in China: Thirty Years in the People’s Republic”. Published 1979, New York, Meridian, New American Library.
  • Shapiro, Sidney. I Chose China: The Metamorphosis of a Country & a Man. Published 1997.[4] Hippocrene Books. This book was originally titled From Brooklyn to Peking but was never published under this title.[1]

Translated works (Chinese to English)

  • Shapiro, Sidney (Translator). 1958. The Family. Beijing: Foreign Language Press.


The following is a list of notable Chinese authors translated by Shapiro.

See also

External links

This page was last edited on 22 August 2018, at 06:01 (UTC).

Ruth F. Weiss








Death of Ruth F. Weiss, last European eyewitness of the

Chinese Communist Revolution

March 6, 2006

Ruth F. Weiss, also known as Wei Lushi, was a Jewish-born Austrian-Chinese educator, journalist, and lecturer.  Born in Vienna in 1908, she graduated from the University of Vienna with a degree in German and English studies.  In 1933, she travelled to Shanghai and chose to stay and work as a freelance journalist.  She later became a teacher at the Jewish School in Shanghai, at the School of the Chinese Committee of Intellectual Cooperation, and at the West China Union University. 

She worked as a correspondent at the United Nations Picture News Office in 1945 and later joined the China Welfare Fund and the Radio Division of the United Nations in New York. Returning to China, she was a lecturer for the publishing House of Foreign Literature in Beijing from 1952 to 1965.  She also worked as a journalist for China Pictorial

Ruth Weiss was one of about 100 foreign-born residents to receive Chinese citizenship in 1955. Others granted citizenship were physician Hans Müller, teacher Käthe Zhao, author Israel Epstein, and the German photographer Eva Siao. The eventful history of this group of “friends of China,” their assistance to Mao’s socialism, and their persecution during the Cultural Revolution because they were foreigners has not been explored by historians.

In 1983, she became a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China’s top advisory body, as a “foreign expert.”

In 1999, she published her memoir, Am Rande der Geschichte: Mein Leben in China (At the Edge of History: My Life in China). There she wrote, “Before, I could try to explain what had happened in China. Today, I can hardly predict what can be expected.” She died in Beijing at the age of 97, the last European eyewitness to the birth of the People’s Republic of China. 

Sources: “Ruth F. Weiss,”; This Day in Jewish History; “Ruth Weiss, 1908-2006,” Die Welt.

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