The market on Chushan Road is extraordinarily boisterous in the 1940s Shanghai. Its patrons included not only the Chinese, but also the settling down Jewish refugees. Here they bought fresh fruits and vegetables and any daily goods. They wandered freely among the bustling crowds, melting themselves into this city, becoming one of the citizens. If there should be any sins, one sin is to forget the pains of the past. But apparently they live quite happily here! The air is easy and free, there is only the peace of life without the horror of the Nazis.
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