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Before the name Schocken was associated with the renowned publishing house, Salman Schocken was the king of department stores in Germany. Before WWII, he owned 22 stores with 6,000 employees. After being stripped of his citizenship and losing his empire, the family immigrated to Palestine, where he founded a modern, Jewish publishing house and acquired the Haaretz daily newspaper. Struggling to integrate into Israeli society, he left the country in 1940 and died in 1959. Through the publishing house and Haaretz, Schocken's legacy survives


Individual Ticket | Schocken on the Verge of Consensus
Standard Price HKD 100

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In response to the guidelines from the government, cinemas are only allowed to operate at their 85% capacity for all screenings. Online registration is required. Audiences must wear face mask and NO eating and drinking is allowed in the venue.


Miller Theater, Asia Society Hong Kong 麥禮賢劇場, 亞洲協會香港中心

9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, HONG KONG

Hong Kong SAR (China)

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