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People Index or link pages - for more people, see Interviews, Brief Memories, Suzuki Stories, LinksComments, CukeSanghaNews, and a few other places for some stragglers.

Jakusho Bill Kwong Roshi

Genjoji - Sonoma Mt. ZC website

Interview on cuke

Jakusho Kwong in Crooked Cucumber


Jakusho Bill Kwong talks about Chogyam Trungpa on the Chronicles Project

Another video of Kwong talking about Trungpa

Another video by Bill Scheffel with Jakusho Bill Kwong talking about on becoming a teacher

Bill Scheffel's video site which might have more on Kwong - that's three from him above


Sweeping Zen interview with Bill Kwong

Facebook

Wikipedia

Laura Kwong in brief memories


Books by Jakusho Kwong

No Beginning, No End: The Intimate Heart of Zen - Shambhala Publications link - Amazon Link

Breath Sweeps Mind [Unabridged] [Audible Audio Edition] - Amazon link

Only Don't Know - Shambhala Sun link - calligraphy book

View From a Moving Train By Jakusho Kwong Roshi in Shambhala Sun

 

9-18-12 - Congratulations to Jakusho Kwong Roshi and all at Genjoji - Sonoma Mountain Zen Center on the groundbreaking for their new zendo

from Genjoji website:

Sep 16 Sun.    MANDALA GROUNDBREAKING 10 am. 
After eight years, we have met our fundraising goal in order to break ground for our new Meditation Hall. We invite you to join us for this historic ceremony from 10am to 12 noon on Sunday, September 16, 2012.

The new Zendo – is the womb of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas from which they are born. This birth is like dawn’s light as it dispels the darkness of the landscape by helping the many human beings to restore their inherent nature – Basic Goodness.

Jakusho Kwong-roshi

Sorry I couldn't make it. - DC



what's new this year

There's a lot of old material that's as good as new if you haven't read it. -DC


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