William Kando Johnston

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William Kando Johnston started his formal practice of calligraphy while a graduate student in Japan in 1978. Since then, he has continued practicing calligraphy, most recently studying under Kaz Tanahashi. He is professor of Japanese history at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, but currently is the E.O. Reischauer Visiting Professor at Harvard University. He has been practicing Zen for over thirty years, and became an MRO student in 2001.

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