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Not too Late to Celebrate Passover in Hawaii Call Rabbi Itchel  808 478 8891
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Not too Late to Celebrate Passover in Hawaii
Call Rabbi Itchel 808 478 8891

Not too Late to Celebrate Passover in Hawaii
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You are invited to a Garden exhibit 10th anniversary of the Tsunami, starting this Sunday, 3/7From this Sunday, March 7 ...
03/05/2021

You are invited to a Garden exhibit 10th anniversary of the Tsunami, starting this Sunday, 3/7

From this Sunday, March 7 - 11, from 10 am to 4 pm, we will be exhibiting panels of the relief efforts that Rabbi Edery and his staff initiated and carried out right after the Tsunami happened and for many months after.
On Friday, March 11, 2011, at 2:47 PM, there was a huge earthquake in the Tohoku area of Japan, that lead to a terrible Tsunami. Many people passed away, and the survivors were in a very difficult situation both physically and emotionally.

Saturday evening, March 12, after Shabbat ended, Rabbi Edery took a van loaded with relief and volunteers, and set out to help the people up North.

This was just the beginning of months and months of ongoing relief and assistance. Ranging from distributing 10 tons of hot and delicious Yakiimo, teaming up with National Azabu Supermarket to collect huge amounts of relief, and making BBQ events with musicians to liven their spirits.

Join us next week, to commemorate the people who passed on, and to remind ourselves how important social responsibility is.

Free Yakiimo, coffee, and tea will be served.
Special Kids program on Sunday 3/7 from 1 - 2 PM.
Memorial Ceremony on March 11.

Pesach In Hawaii - Your Perfect Pesach
03/04/2021

Pesach In Hawaii - Your Perfect Pesach

Pesach In Hawaii - Your Perfect Pesach

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03/01/2021

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Quote of the Week"Spirituality is like a bird. If you cage it in too much, it is stifled. If you let down all guards, it...
02/14/2021

Quote of the Week

"Spirituality is like a bird. If you cage it in too much, it is stifled. If you let down all guards, it flies away."

--- Rabbi Yisrael Salanter

Quote of the Week

"Spirituality is like a bird. If you cage it in too much, it is stifled. If you let down all guards, it flies away."

--- Rabbi Yisrael Salanter

Quote of the Week"The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success."--- Bruce Feirstein
01/31/2021

Quote of the Week

"The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success."
--- Bruce Feirstein

Quote of the Week

"The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success."
--- Bruce Feirstein

Israeli Air Force Pilots Share Thrill of Flying, Lessons Learned At New Online Flight Simulator Center of Excellencehttp...
01/31/2021

Israeli Air Force Pilots Share Thrill of Flying, Lessons Learned At New Online Flight Simulator Center of Excellence

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Israeli Air Force Pilots Share Thrill of Flying, Lessons Learned At New Online Flight Simulator Center of Excellence

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Travel & Tourism Revenues Expected to Reach $540 Billion in 2021Not surprisingly the COVID-19 pandemic has affected ever...
01/21/2021

Travel & Tourism Revenues Expected to Reach $540 Billion in 2021

Not surprisingly the COVID-19 pandemic has affected every industry sector globally, but the travel and tourism business is among the hardest hit. Although hotels and resorts implemented increased safety and sanitation measures and cautiously reopened in the second half of 2020, the second wave of the pandemic brought a new hit to businesses operating in the sector and slowed down the recovery of the entire market.

According to data presented by AksjeBloggen.com, the combined revenues of the travel and tourism industry are expected to reach $540 billion in 2021, but that’s down almost $200 billion compared to 2019 figures.

In 2017, the entire travel and tourism sector generated $688.5 billion in revenue, revealed the Statista survey. Over the next two years, this figure jumped by 7 percent and hit $738.8 billion. But 2020 triggered the biggest market contraction in history. Countries across the globe imposed lockdown rules to curb the spread of the virus, leading to thousands of canceled vacations, and closed hotels between March and May. While many of them lifted off travel restrictions in the second half of 2020, it wasn't enough to cover colossal revenue losses produced in the first two quarters of the year.

Statistics show the travel and tourism industry's revenues plunged by 52 percent to $348.8 billion amid the COVID-19 crisis. The Statista data also indicate it will take years for the entire sector to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. In 2021, revenues are projected to grow by 54 percent year-over-year to $540 billion, down 26 percent compared with 2019.

In 2022, travel and tourism are forecast to see $666.1 billion in revenues, still $72.7 billion below pre-COVID-19 levels. By the end of 2023, travel and tourism revenues are expected to rise to $768.4 billion.

As the market's largest segment, the hotel industry is forecast to generate $284.7 billion in revenue this year, 22 percent less than in 2019. The package holidays segment is set to reach $171.4 billion in 2021, an $87 billion plunge compared to pre-COVID-19 figures. Vacation rentals and the cruise industry follow with $66.9 billion and $16.8 billion in revenue, respectively.

The Statista survey also revealed the number of users in the travel and tourism sector halved amid the coronavirus pandemic, falling from 2.4 billion in 2019 to 1.2 billion in 2020. Although this figure is expected to rise to 1.8 billion in 2021, it still represents a 26 percent drop compared to pre-COVID-19 levels.

Statistics show the number of users in the cruise industry is forecast to reach 17 million this year, a 41 percent plunge in two years, and the most significant drop among all market segments. The package holidays segment is set to reach over 335 million users in 2021, 37 percent less than in 2019. The hotel industry follows with a 24 percent drop in two years and 845.7 million users as of this year.

Analyzed by geography, the United States represents the largest travel and tourism industry globally and is expected to reach $104.5 billion in revenues this year, $40 billion less than in 2019.

China, as the second-largest travel and tourism market globally, is forecast to see revenues jump by 67.5 percent year-over-year to $89.3 billion in 2021, still $30 billion below pre-COVID-19 levels. Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom follow with $45.8 billion, $29.3 billion, and $26.7 billion in revenue, respectively.

Travel & Tourism Revenues Expected to Reach $540 Billion in 2021

Not surprisingly the COVID-19 pandemic has affected every industry sector globally, but the travel and tourism business is among the hardest hit. Although hotels and resorts implemented increased safety and sanitation measures and cautiously reopened in the second half of 2020, the second wave of the pandemic brought a new hit to businesses operating in the sector and slowed down the recovery of the entire market.

According to data presented by AksjeBloggen.com, the combined revenues of the travel and tourism industry are expected to reach $540 billion in 2021, but that’s down almost $200 billion compared to 2019 figures.

In 2017, the entire travel and tourism sector generated $688.5 billion in revenue, revealed the Statista survey. Over the next two years, this figure jumped by 7 percent and hit $738.8 billion. But 2020 triggered the biggest market contraction in history. Countries across the globe imposed lockdown rules to curb the spread of the virus, leading to thousands of canceled vacations, and closed hotels between March and May. While many of them lifted off travel restrictions in the second half of 2020, it wasn't enough to cover colossal revenue losses produced in the first two quarters of the year.

Statistics show the travel and tourism industry's revenues plunged by 52 percent to $348.8 billion amid the COVID-19 crisis. The Statista data also indicate it will take years for the entire sector to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. In 2021, revenues are projected to grow by 54 percent year-over-year to $540 billion, down 26 percent compared with 2019.

In 2022, travel and tourism are forecast to see $666.1 billion in revenues, still $72.7 billion below pre-COVID-19 levels. By the end of 2023, travel and tourism revenues are expected to rise to $768.4 billion.

As the market's largest segment, the hotel industry is forecast to generate $284.7 billion in revenue this year, 22 percent less than in 2019. The package holidays segment is set to reach $171.4 billion in 2021, an $87 billion plunge compared to pre-COVID-19 figures. Vacation rentals and the cruise industry follow with $66.9 billion and $16.8 billion in revenue, respectively.

The Statista survey also revealed the number of users in the travel and tourism sector halved amid the coronavirus pandemic, falling from 2.4 billion in 2019 to 1.2 billion in 2020. Although this figure is expected to rise to 1.8 billion in 2021, it still represents a 26 percent drop compared to pre-COVID-19 levels.

Statistics show the number of users in the cruise industry is forecast to reach 17 million this year, a 41 percent plunge in two years, and the most significant drop among all market segments. The package holidays segment is set to reach over 335 million users in 2021, 37 percent less than in 2019. The hotel industry follows with a 24 percent drop in two years and 845.7 million users as of this year.

Analyzed by geography, the United States represents the largest travel and tourism industry globally and is expected to reach $104.5 billion in revenues this year, $40 billion less than in 2019.

China, as the second-largest travel and tourism market globally, is forecast to see revenues jump by 67.5 percent year-over-year to $89.3 billion in 2021, still $30 billion below pre-COVID-19 levels. Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom follow with $45.8 billion, $29.3 billion, and $26.7 billion in revenue, respectively.

Quote of the Week"Man is only wise while he searches for wisdom; if he thinks he's found it, he's a fool."--- Rabbi Shlo...
01/18/2021

Quote of the Week

"Man is only wise while he searches for wisdom; if he thinks he's found it, he's a fool."
--- Rabbi Shlomo ibn Gavrioel

Quote of the Week

"Man is only wise while he searches for wisdom; if he thinks he's found it, he's a fool."
--- Rabbi Shlomo ibn Gavrioel

12/21/2020
12/21/2020
12/21/2020
China's tiny Jewish community in fear as Beijing erases its historyhttps://news.yahoo.com/chinas-tiny-jewish-community-f...
12/14/2020
China's tiny Jewish community in fear as Beijing erases its history

China's tiny Jewish community in fear as Beijing erases its history

https://news.yahoo.com/chinas-tiny-jewish-community-fear-181707679.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=fb&tsrc=fb

For this year’s Hanukkah, Amir is lighting menorah candles and reciting blessings to celebrate the holiday’s eight nights, as many Jews are around the world. But he does so in secret, worried that Chinese officials will come around – as they often do on religious occasions – to enforce a ban...

Free at-home COVID-19 testing with next day results  call 718- 25 COVID (26843)
12/14/2020

Free at-home COVID-19 testing with next day results call 718- 25 COVID (26843)

12/04/2020
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Quote of the Week"The past we choose to remember may be the best reflection of any present."--- Paul Greenberg
12/04/2020

Quote of the Week

"The past we choose to remember may be the best reflection of any present."
--- Paul Greenberg

Virtual Other Israel Film Festival runs Dec 3-10
12/01/2020

Virtual Other Israel Film Festival runs Dec 3-10

Quote of the Day"The guilty make excuses before they are accused."Jewish saying
11/23/2020

Quote of the Day

"The guilty make excuses before they are accused."
Jewish saying

11/02/2020
NY1 News Anchor Cheryl Wills to Host JCRC-NY 2020 Virtual Winter Benefit 11/18!FOR MORE INFORMATIONContact us at benefit...
10/18/2020

NY1 News Anchor Cheryl Wills to Host JCRC-NY 2020 Virtual Winter Benefit 11/18!
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact us at [email protected] or call Marcy Fishman
at 212-983-4800, x142.

Ready, Set & Bid: LIVE Auction
10/16/2020

Ready, Set & Bid: LIVE Auction

"Spend Sukkas and Simchas Torah with Destinations"
09/29/2020

"Spend Sukkas and Simchas Torah with Destinations"

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