Today in Tablet Magazine, Dan Levin throws a Passover Seder in China, a country without slaves but also without much freedom. “Theirs is a cynical, if, realistic, take on the Seder song ‘Dayenu,'” Levin writes. “We’ve survived decades of famine and political violence, and now we have washing machines and graduate degrees. Though we don’t have democracy, it is enough.”

Fighting Pharaohs in Beijing