Contributors: David Calleja
Born and educated in Melbourne, Australia, David Calleja graduated with a Bachelor of Social Science and Master of Social Science from RMIT University in his home city of Melbourne, Australia. Throughout 2008, he worked and travelled in a number of Asian countries, including South Korea, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. In addition, David also volunteered at an Internally Displaced Persons camp in Loi Tailang, Shan State, Burma, as a kindergarten English teacher and football coach for male student orphans. Most recently, David worked for a local NGO, Sorya, based in Tropang Sdok village.
His recent projects include narrating and producing a video biography of Cambodian students learning English entitled "I Like My English Grilled." Another recent article -- A Brush with Death in Upcountry Laos -- is available on Travelmag.co.uk.
His articles on this site are:
- A Beautiful Khmer Baby Named Ann Marie
- I Like My English Grilled
- Bringing Aung San Suu Kyi Into a Cambodian Classroom
- Bovine Intervention
- Learning To Be A Partner In Compassion
- Golden Leaf - A Khmer Rouge Genocide Survivor
David can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.