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S.Res. 588 (110th): A resolution honoring Dr. Feng Shan Ho, a man of great courage and humanity, who saved the lives of thousands of Austrian Jews between 1938 and 1940.

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6/6/2008--Passed Senate without amendment. Honors the courage and humanity of Dr. Feng Shan Ho for acting at great personal risk to issue Chinese visas to Jews in Vienna between 1938 and 1940.

Recognizes his heroic deeds in saving the lives of thousands of Jewish persons by allowing them to escape the Holocaust.