Liam Cochrane Books & Biography
Liam Cochrane is the Australian Broadcast Corporation's Southeast Asia correspondent, based in Bangkok. He spent more than two weeks in Mae Sai covering the cave rescue, one of those weeks stationed outside the cave entrance in the mud with daily contact with divers and other key players. Liam began his career in journalism in Cambodia in 2004, as a reporter, then managing editor of the Phnom Penh Post and has worked in radio and print journalism. Before Bangkok, he was posted to Port Moresby, considered the ABC's toughest correspondent position. He was the only foreign reporter on Manus Island when Australia's asylum seeker detention centre was attacked and Reza Barati killed.