Religion: Young Buddhists

First in history was last week's Pan-Pacific Congress of the Young Men's Buddhist Association at Honolulu. Y. M. B. A. first created some 30 years ago, is the counterpart of the Y. M. C. A.. Y. M. H. A. and Knights of Columbus. But far more serious than members of those associations are Young Buddhists in propagating their faith. At Honolulu they resolved to "interpret" Buddhism to Christian races, to prosecute Buddhist missionary work throughout the Occident.

Of the Congress delegates, 45 were from the Hawaiian Islands (where Orientals outnumber Occidentals 4 to i),...

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