1: Raise funds.
2: Locate the remaining headstones in the vast area where
they are scattered.
3: Hire local people to locate stones, and retrieve them
from public areas.
4: Buy headstones that local people claim as their property.
Hire truck to relocate to safe location.
5: Keep headstones in a temporary place until the Chinese
Authorities provide permanent place, or send them to the Buddhist
cemetery when conditions permit.
6: Document every stone and name into file, with picture
7: Clean, Restore and treat the stones. Take more pictures.
8: Build website with pictures and stories of each of
the headstones, and personal stories of those people buried.
9: Publish a book (optional) with pictures and stories
of each of the headstones, and personal stories of those people
buried. The book will allow those who come to Shanghai to visit
the graves to have a set of memories in hand.
10: Complete documentary “Search and Restoration
of the Jewish Graves of Shanghai” (still in process of following
the story). The documentary will help bring this unique historical
story and research to a broad audience via international television
* The Film Rights will be of Dvir Bar-Gal , with acknowledgments
to the project supporters.
11: Display :
Option 1 –
Commemorative ceremony for graves – opening of the New Jewish
Cemetery of Shanghai (possibly located in a section of the Shanghai
– Finding location in Shanghai ( such a warehouse ) best
in the old Jewish Ghetto area were many tourists visit. If needed
renting a place and displaying the stones and other pictures and
information about the search. One preferred option for that is
displaying the stones in the inner yard of Ohel Moshe The old
Ghetto Synagogue that is now a Jewish Museum.
* Display options maybe subject to the support or permit of the