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I discovered numerous articles exploring the Jewish love affair with Chinese food, from its place in a traditional "Jewish Christmas" in the US to the existence of kosher Chinese restaurants such as Genghis Cohen and China Glatt.
Deborah Jiang Stein, in her article "What's With the Jewish Man/Asian Woman Connection, Anyway?
And I admit that in 1972 and for many years to follow, I was drawn to that specific stereotype. In fact any woman whose eyes flash, whose intellect stimulates, and whose smile and laugh are infectious.
"You usually see Jewish women married to Chinese men." Arnold's words hit me like a jolt of caffeine — I'd never heard this before. When I first visited Kaifeng, China in 1999, I learned about the city's Sephardic Jewish community, which lasted over 700 years.
Three months later, I see my original tweet retweeted every few days or so.
And I thought about the question that was supposedly answered in the original post, “Do Jewish Men Really Have A Thing For Asian Women?
My completely non-scientific research indicates this particular myth is all over the internet.
Here’s a link to a blog that highlights 7 Jewish/Asian couples of some prominence; and does add some fuel to the argument that their may be some truth to this myth if you happen to be billionaire George Soros.