Originally Posted by jbond197
Years ago I got an offer from the Taiwanese and later a strong hint that a mainland university would match it. It had to be my Judaism that caught them, not the fact I'd be teaching English. (I don't know any Chinese, either.)
And I thought Judaism doesn't take converts. Is that incorrect ?
We're not out proselytizing for converts nowadays. If folk come to us and persist, find a rabbi and sponsor, and work at it...but it's a lengthy process. Millions of mainland Chinese adopt Christianity every year, that's easier and quicker, perhaps that has something to do with the interest in Judaism?