Sexy Beijing’s a Jew Brew

If you haven’t heard of it, Sexy Beijing (produced by Goldmines Film and Video Production since 2006) is an Internet TV station run by an in-house production team.

Sexy Beijing says “Our shows have also aired on NBC in Los Angeles, Hunan TV, China Educational TV, and many other stations around China as well as conferences around the world.”

I dare all Westerners that believe the Chinese are depressed and heavily censored to watch Sexy Beijing regularly to learn the truth of China.

Any censorship that exists in the media in China focuses on only a few topics such as the Dalai Lama and Tibetan or Islamic separatists that are considered the same as Islamic terrorists are to the United States.

In this episode of Sexy Beijing, Su Fei tries to please her mother and go for one of her own kind.

Sue Fei, the Jewish host of this segment, says, “Most people are surprised to find out just how multi-cultural Beijing is. And when it comes to a husband search, I could just as easily be bringing home an African or Muslim suitor to meet my Jewish mother as I could a Chinese one.”

Sue Fei then heads for the new Chabad Jewish community center in Beijing to find out what it would be like to become an Orthodox Jew.

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Lloyd Lofthouse is the award-winning author of the concubine saga, My Splendid Concubine & Our Hart. When you love a Chinese woman, you marry her family and culture too.

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2 Responses to Sexy Beijing’s a Jew Brew

  1. Jeremie Brecheisen says:

    My friend, who is living in Beijing and is Jewish, has actually met Su Fei and said she is a really funny girl.

    When my Jewish friend and I were living in Guangzhou, he would get a lot more attention from the Chinese when they found out he was Jewish. Chinese people really respect the Jewish heritage and culture. They identify with their frugal natures and see Jewish people as very smart and intelligent individuals.

    • Jeremie,

      We were talking about that last night–how the Chinese identify with the Jews and have much in common. In fact, I read a comment on the Internet recently that the Chinese appreciate the fact that the Jews do not preach as Christians do.

      I’ve had close Jewish friends and another old friend who became a born again Christian. I stayed close to my Jewish friends but after that other long time friend was born again, our friendship suffered since he wouldn’t stop preaching to me that he was right, I was wrong, and to save my soul that I had to follow his spiritual path.

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