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Fun Fact: You’ll hear our newletter called three names around the Temple. Two are general and one is specific to its history.
Here are the three options:
Kaiho. Japanese for bulletin, this may be the most common name among our members regardless of their upbringing and culture.
Newsletter. Commonly understood by everyone.
Bussei Script. After World War II and when San Diegan citizens were free to return to San Diego to rebuild their lives, the native-born youth supplemented the .Japanese kaiho with the Bussei Script, a name with one word in Japanese and one word in English. Bussei was meant to suggest Buddhist youth and Script to identify the writing in English. When the two publications (English and Japanese) were merged, Bussei Script stuck.