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More about Sue

Sue-21Sue Liu was born and bred in Sydney’s Inner West, where she lives today with her not so insignificant other fur child, Moet the brown Burmese cat.

She completed her BA in Communications at Newcastle University and cut her professional teeth in publicity, PR and media relations, whilst she completed her Grad Dip in Communication Management. Before starting Zulu Communications in 2001, Sue’s clients and employers included:

A lover of adventure and unusual travel

Sue left Australia in 1994 to discover what the world had to offer, backpacking her way around the USA, Central America, Mexico, Europe and Africa, working in Canada and UK for close to 5 years. Whilst doing so, she developed a passion for adventurous and slightly dangerous travel. She returned to Australia in 1999. Struggling with establishing a “normal” life, Sue embraced the challenge of self employment and started Zulu Communications on 1 August 2001.

Because the travel bug had bitten so hard, Sue continued to travel and explore Asia and the Pacific on diving and adventure holidays. To date she calculates that she has visited close to 60 countries, many of them multiple times.

Sue has MANY stories and OMG moments to tell, some of the highlights include:

Accidental aid worker

Accidental Aid WorkerIn March 2013, Sue announced publicly  that she was about to embark on a writing adventure. Once that message was out there – there was no turning back. Sue self published (through Zulu Communications) her memoir Accidental Aid Worker in November 2015. It’s the story about her journey as a volunteer aid worker and fundraiser, working for the benefit of communities in Cambodia and Sri Lanka since 2005 .

Buy your signed copy of Accidental Aid Worker from our shop – and also find out more about the journey at www.accidentalaidworker.com.au

A passion for people, cultures and communities

Meeting people from different countries, cultures and walks of life has surely been part of Sue’s great passion for people. Sue devotes much of her time and expertise volunteering, creating opportunists and fundraising events to support vulnerable and disadvantaged communities and organisations in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Africa and Australia.

She is also a qualified PALS volunteers and helps children with literacy and learning to read.

Other passions

Sue has a penchant for the bizarre, quirky and unusual, gardening, painting, mosaics and art, design, music, photography, scuba diving, cooking, movies, food, interesting conversation, bad jokes, psychology …………..and all things feline.

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