Australia: Stories of the South - Australia's South Sudanese: Stories-of-the-South34

David Suliman, 15 years old, prepares to jump into a water hole at Empress Falls in the Blue Mountains National Park outside Sydney. David was born in Egypt and came to Australia with his Mother and two younger siblings in 2007 when he was 7. David was part of a group of young Australian South Sudanese who participated in a cell phone photography project the photographer crowd funded to run in January 2015. During a discussion panel during the public exhibition David said ‘When I was younger when we first moved, my Mum didn’t know much English so I used to do homework by myself, so but now I do homework with my younger brother and I can help him because I have better English.’

David Suliman, 15 years old, prepares to jump into a water hole at Empress Falls in the Blue Mountains National Park outside Sydney. David was born in Egypt and came to Australia with his Mother and two younger siblings in 2007 when he was 7. David was part of a group of young Australian South Sudanese who participated in a cell phone photography project the photographer crowd funded to run in January 2015. During a discussion panel during the public exhibition David said ‘When I was younger when we first moved, my Mum didn’t know much English so I used to do homework by myself, so but now I do homework with my younger brother and I can help him because I have better English.’