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Kaz Tanahashi & Peter Levitt: Poetry of the Legendary Hermit Hanshan (Part 5b of 5)
Participants are invited to share their experience during the workshop and appreciation of the teachers and also of translator Shulin Bergman. Sensei Kaz leaves us with these words: “My best wishes for your poet within.”
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Upaya Podcast Series: Poetry of the Legendary Hermit Hanshan
Sensei Kaz Tanahashi
Kazuaki Tanahashi, born and trained in Japan and active in the United States since 1977, has had solo exhibitions of his calligraphic paintings internationally. He has taught East Asian...
Sensei Peter Levitt
Authorized as a Zen teacher within the Suzuki-roshi lineage, Peter Levitt is the founder and guiding teacher of Salt Spring Zen Circle on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, where he...