‘Keeping my father’s dream alive’

In 1964, Haji Tuah Raman - then a young man in his 20s with a slight frame - traveled from Kg Ayer before the...

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...

From A to Z: Fida Kula’s all-in-one fashion production house

Supplying office equipment and cables has been her bread and butter, but Siti Nur Hafidah Hj Kula's (main picture R) real interest has always...

The 70-year-old housewife selling authentically Bruneian tumis

Spicy, tangy and savoury - there isn't a direct English translation for the staple base of Malay stir-fries know as tumis, a thick, reddish paste...

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...

Trading a Nokia 3310 for a new car and business

When a car wash claimed second place at Perbadanan Tabung Amanah Islam Brunei 's (TAIB) Entrepreneurship Competition last month, few batted an eye. Others...

The housewife behind Layong’s salted eggs

“My wife’s the one who really runs the place. She’s the one you should speak to,” said my gruff-looking driver, 58-year-old Hj Ali Hj...

The startup bringing teachers to your doorstep

When Ak Abdul Azim Pg Yusof received the Promising Young Entrepreneur Award at the Brunei ICT Awards (BICTA) last month, it was...

The Syariah graduate farming fish off the coast of Pelumpong

Opposite Hengyi's sprawling multi-billion dollar refinery and petrochemical plant on Pulau Muara Besar, Muhd Azhar Hj Abd Aziz and his employee who goes by...

These UNISSA graduates turned their popiah project into a full-time business

When 23-year-old Normajidah Rapidi set up shop at the MSME Festival this weekend with her friend Siti Nur Liyana Hj Adanan -...

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