While Myanmar is mainly known to us for its repressive government, it may surprise you to know it's a country with a rich Jewish tradition. But that tradition is dying out. Sammy Samuels, the son of Yangon's (former capital of Burma) former Jewish patriarch, gives us an idea of what it's like to be one of the last Jews in Burma.

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