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Chabad Lubavitch of Beijing, China was established in August 2001 in time for Rosh Hashanah 5762. Rabbi Shimon and Dini Freundlich together with their two daughters, Chaya Mushka and Devorah Freundlich, were sent to establish and run Chabad’s office in Beijing, China. They are now joined by their daughters, Chava and Grunia and their sons, Aaron and Eliyahu Akiva.
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A chassidic saying makes the head clear and the heart clean; a chassidic virtuous practice fills the home with light; a chassidic melody fortifies hope and trust, brings joy, and places the home and family in a state of "light"
Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch (1860-1920)
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