National Geographic : 1960 Jan
KUUACHROMESBY NATIONALGEOGRAPHICPHOTOGRAPHERVOLKMARWENTZELU N.G.S. Robed in red and saffron, a lama leads Kal muks in Buddhist worship; their temple occupies Japanese-Americans, honoring their ancestors, a cinder-block garage. Refugees who acknowl- take time out for refreshment. These girls, whose edge Tibet's Dalai Lama as spiritual leader, they parents work at Seabrook Farms, danced at the survive in Freewood Acres as one of the last O-Bon Festival, at which, by Buddhist teaching, remnants of a Mongol tribe, the souls of living and dead rejoice together.