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Annie was our guide for this tour. She gave us explicit directions as to where to meet her, She was prompt and provided a great tour of the area.Her english is excellent and the information helped us to see the ghetto, its history, different ethnic groups from Iraq, Iran, Russia and others who were provided asylum during very dark periods in history. She is very knowledgeable and took us not only to the complex which houses the Jewish history in Shanghai, but the old synagogoue and was even able to bring us into homes where they lived. I would highly recommend this tour! rj freeman, salem, ma
The tour guide - Annie - was terrific. She was very knowledgeable and her English was terrific. She also gave us an interesting tour around the neighborhood. We were even invited into someone's home, an elderly Chinese couple invited us into their room and spoke through Annie. It was a very unique experience!
Who knew this history existed., Very interesting tour and out guide was very interesting. The advantage of the tour is that the guide takes your around the neighborhood so you get a good sense of what life was like in this interesting slice of history.
Very informative and great fun! I love Jenny who knows so much about Shanghai!
The guide went above and beyond in making this trip very informative, interesting and a great use of our time.
One of the best guides we have ever had across the globe.
She really knew her subject .
Unfortunately it rained all day but that didn't stop us from enjoying the tour and the commentary by Zoe. I will recommend the tour to future visitors.
The young lady was lovely. It would be better if she were more steeped in the history, but she did a very good job. I would have liked to see a few more specific sites within that ghetto.
Almost all of the tour was explained by the free volunteer at the Jewish museum. We did not need our tour guide. Just go directly to the museum on your own. guide asked us if we wanted to see a temple which the viator site says is inc with the tour and is connected to Judaism. She never explained it