Ian Burnet

Ian Burnet has a B.Sc from Melbourne University and has spent more than thirty years living, working and travelling in the Indonesian archipelago in his professional career as a petroleum geologist/geophysicist. He first went to work in Indonesia in 1968 and was fascinated by the rich history of the archipelago, the spices that grew there, […]

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Darryl Collins

Darryl Collins MA (Asian Studies) first journeyed to Cambodia in 1994 with a team from the National Gallery of Australia to assist the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh.  He co-authored Building Cambodia:  ‘New Khmer Architecture’ 1953-1970 (2006) and for five years lectured at the Department of Archaeology, Royal University of Fine Arts in […]

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Dr Bob Hudson

Dr Bob Hudson has been involved in archaeological research in Myanmar (Burma) for more than 15 years. He is an adviser to UNESCO  and the Myanmar Ministry of Culture for the current Bagan World Heritage Bid.  He is a Visiting Professor at the Pyay Field School Of Archaeology, University Of Culture, Myanmar, where he teaches […]

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Walter Mason

Walter Mason is a travel writer and speaker with a special interest in Southeast Asia. A former bookseller, he has several blogs, and is a popular figure on the speaking circuit. Walter’s distinctive voice, his upfront knowledge of Cambodia and wicked sense of humour meet in his newest book, Destination Cambodia, a series of vignettes […]

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