'The teachings are applicable to life in America today'

'The teachings are applicable to life in America today'

By 1946, the Japanese American evacuees from the internment camps who had settled in Ontario expressed a need for a Buddhist temple, to worship in and to congregate for social activities. A plot of land was acquired six miles southwest of Ontario, near 

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