Leading Zen Buddhism icon Jushu Sasaki Roshi has died, aged 107.
The teacher died on Sunday (27Jul14) at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Roshi arrived in Los Angeles over five decades ago and helped found a series of Zen centers, including one on Mount Baldy, where singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen studied.
But his good deeds and legacy were rocked following a series of sexual abuse allegations from former students.
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