Off the beaten path for a buzzing treasure: Madu Maangaris

When someone says honey, the first thing that comes to mind is a sweet, viscous amber-coloured liquid that’s sold on the supermarket shelves. Not the...

From father to son: the stadium burger that’s still around

If swimming was your favourite past-time or sport of choice from the late 1990s, the sight of Pg Patra Pg Hj Othman and his...

A man’s quest for his community to thrive off the land

20km from the capital, in one Brunei-Muara's final villages bordering Tutong lies the Katimahar Agri Park; home to egrets, water buffaloes, crocodiles and thousands of...

Trash to cash: collecting Brunei’s waste to export abroad

When Kelvin Bong joined A Global Green Recycle two years ago to lead operations, the company was already 14-years-old. The business was running smoothly and...

The ex-national cyclist repairing bicycles for a living

In the middle of 2013, Raihaan Aziz was on track to compete in the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games after taking third for Brunei in...

The single mother hoping to supply Bruneian delicacies to supermarkets: Umi Ka CT

On the first day of the Sabah International Food & Beverage Fair, Hjh Fatimah Hj Adam - a spritely woman in her...

Building one of a kind cars: Sphinx

Mohd Danish Mohd Nur Arif was cruising down Jerudong last year when a broken down, rusting Toyota station wagon caught his eye. Its front two...

An unexpected turn towards art: Miji Does Calligraphy

With the soft glow of the TV as her source of light, Nurul Hamizah hunches over a piece of paper, calligraphy pen in her...

Mother-Daughter Duo Debuts Kuih Mur ‘Rasa Asli’ in Singapore

At the back of a wooden stilt house along Kg Ayer in 1989 was when Hjh Ipah Saripah Hj Sirojudin had her first lesson...

Turning the tables: the humble beginnings of Storkitani

In the summer of 2014, Nur Khairunnisa Md Metussin was in Newcastle, UK waiting to graduate with a degree in Ethical Hacking for Computer...

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