Veteran Cambodian-American Buddhist Leader Retires From Public Life

The long-serving Washington Khmer community leader Tun Sovan recently retired from his community leader role after some four decades of public service.

Tun Sovan greeted his friends and Buddhist followers with a smile.

The long-serving Washington Khmer community leader recently retired from his community leader role after some four decades of public service.

About forty Buddhist monks from across the United States joined more than 100 of the Buddhist teacher’s followers, former colleagues and friends this week to express their appreciation for Sovan’s dedication to the Khmer community in the Washington metropolitan area and to congratulate him on his appointment as president emeritus of the Cambodian Buddhist Society.

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