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Earlier this week, a group of 33 officials from the Singapore Civil Service visited the i-Center. They were hosted by the folks at BEDB and briefed on Brunei’s efforts to create new economic opportunities. The delegation led by the Director of the National Security Coordination Center, Lee Ark Boon, is visiting Brunei as part of the program for the 27th leadership development foundation course organized by the Institute of Policy Development (IPD) in Singapore. More about the visit here.

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Young, fresh-faced civil servants. Aaaahhh I remember the days… heheh

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The briefing began with welcoming remarks by
Dato Paduka Timothy Ong, Acting Chairman of BEDB.

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Left: Director of the National Security Coordination Centre, Lee Ark Boon saying a few words

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Thank you Lela for inviting me to the briefing 🙂

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A future perm sec?

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The audience was shown a video done by my buddy Dave 🙂

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Notes shall be taken

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Vincent Cheong, CEO of BEDB, speaking on Brunei’s current efforts
to create new economic opportunities.

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • Aku May 16, 2008, 5:15 pm

    crumpler

  • anakbrunei May 16, 2008, 6:15 pm

    Tajam matamu hatu wang

  • Zul May 16, 2008, 7:15 pm

    Atuuuuu tajaaaaaaaam !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😀

  • anonymousfoe May 17, 2008, 8:46 am

    Hey, Vincent is Sporean lah. What is he briefing the Sporeans for? Bias eh! Hehe.

    Yes, I remember doing the “Kursus graduan baru untuk kerajaan” or something like that two years ago. It was fun! A whole month learning about the government system, with other graduates from other ministers but only got the called to enter the course 3-4 years later after joining the government sector. Hehe. Misleading tu the name of our course!

  • anakbrunei May 17, 2008, 12:07 pm

    af: only nationality singaporean maaaa heheh but he’s working here meh! heheh

    I never did attend that kursus graduan baru utk kerajaan during my early yrs in govt… I wonder why that was? 🙂

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