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Koun Yamada played a seminal role in bringing Zen from Japan to the West and opening the interfaith dialogue with Christianity. Yamada Roshi's accomplishments are all the more remarkable because, like so many Americans who study Zen, he was a layman. Yamada Roshi died in 1989
— biography from The Gateless Gate: The Classic Book of Zen Koans
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