After months of drifting on the sea, the Jewish refugees finally came ashore to Shanghai. Shanghai seemed to be a little unfamiliar for these guests from afar, but it finally drew an end to the days on tenterhooks. Compared to the persecutions from Nazi, Shanghai was safe and peaceful that time. Chinese people embraced those homeless refugees with kindness and friendliness. Jewish refugees were assisted by many enthusiastic people and charity groups right after their arrival. Large number of food and humanitarian relief supplies were continuously provided to the seven Jewish refugee camps across the city where the Jewish refugees were properly resettled.
Special thanks to Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum for providing the sources of literature and photo on this topic.