Furniture for your feline: Hadi’s Cat Scratchers

Driving into the vicinity of Hadi Hj Roslan’s house in Meragang, the loud roaring of a Hitachi variable speed jig saw machine echoes. The...

A life after service

It's 8.30am on the dot when I pull into the parking of Mangrove Paradise Resort – my agreed time and place to meet the...

Turning a uni project into a business: ZZ scarves

In the ten months between graduating with a Master's degree in teaching and beginning a day job as a graphic designer, Zakiyah Zaini has...

After nine years, Tutong’s wild herbal tea makes it to supermarkets

“Assalamualaikum! It’s been a long time,” cried out the man behind the 3MPK Herbal Tea, Hj Amran Hj Johari, as I got out of...

An attempt at Kofta turned into a business

For its 15,000 fans, the name Kofta Diva is synonymous with a bowl of short, thick cut fries covered in piping hot sauce and...

The Rimba boys banding together to serve ice cream at your doorstep

Some things are best left simple. In Singapore, visiting the friendly uncle peddling an ice cream cart along Orchard Road is almost a pastime...

How el Jumana’s founder started their fashion business after failing university

Of the first few local modest fashion brands, el Jumana (eJ) is well known for their exclusive use of rayon - a comfortable stretchable cotton-like...

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...

Brunei’s first homegrown coffee to debut in China

As officials crunched the final numbers of Brunei's agricultural produce in 2014, there was a startling reveal. Labi, the most populous mukim of Belait's sparsely...

‘Just trying to make a name for myself’

With a folding grey table under his right arm, recycled burlap bag on his left and a small back pack slung across his shoulders,...

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