Reference codeI078Name of interviewee (English)KROUK, Nora; AnthonyDate of interview08/03/2008BiographyNora Krouk was born in Harbin, China to a Jewish mother and Russian father. The family later moved to Mukden (now Shenyang) and Shanghai, and finally Hong Kong before immigrating to Australia in the 1970s.
Nora's son Anthony Krouk was born in China, and left for Israel, Hong Kong then Australia in the 1970s.Interview summaryNora Krouk talks of her childhood and life in Mukden during the Japanese occupation, recalls some of the incidents she had witnessed. Recounts the family's relocation and life in Israel and Hong Kong before moving to Australia.
Anthony Krouk recalls the various places he had lived in Hong Kong as a youth, and talks of his father's house arrest in China, as well as the disturbances during the 1967 riots.Duration76 minutesInterviewerFanny IuTopic1967 RiotsJewsPeak TramwaysWWIILanguageEnglishLevel of accessUnclassifiedCollectionOral History CollectionCollection SummaryKROUK, Nora; Anthony
I078. Hong Kong Heritage Project, accessed 01/03/2024, https://www.hongkongheritage.org/nodes/view/22074