What does Ramadhan mean to you?

This clip was shot by a terribly talented Bruneian
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Quick announcement. See ya guys there!


Date : Monday, 15th September 2008

Time : 1300 hrs

Venue: Senate Room, Chancellor Hall, University of Brunei Darussalam

It’s open to the public if you are interested to attend. The Public Lecture will be delivered by Professor Dr Tong Chee Kiong, Chair of Graduate Studies at NUS and Founding Head of the Southeast Asia Studies Program at NUS. Professor Tong is the acknowledged expert on Economic Sociology and Sociology of Religion and is also heavily involved in NUS’s efforts in developing Public-Private-Partnerships.


Author: Reedz

10 thoughts on “What does Ramadhan mean to you?

  1. I was impressed by that short clip when it played on our local TV channel before sungkai. I thought, this is the type of video that Brunei TV channels need to make more of. It hits straight home.

    Kudos to the whoever made the clip. 🙂

  2. Absolutely agree Tina! This ad stood out from the typical ramadan ads that abound on RTB. My hat goes off to the production team. You know who you are guys! 😉

  3. I do not agree with Tina and anak brunei. This is the worst and cheap skit value tv clips ever produce by TelBru as a corporate company. It should not produce such a lousy edited add on clip like powerpoint. baseless creativity

  4. Tks for your comment Saiful but I feel u’ve missed the point. Its all about the message rather than the form. But that’s ok, I won’t judge you. So what does Ramadhan mean to YOU?

  5. It is a straight forward clear clip. BTW really suprise me it is produce by local for the first time when i saw it on RTB. Cool keep it up… short but full of message.

  6. Hi all,

    Thanks for checking out the ad. The ad was a collaborative effort with the creative people at Telbru. We sat together and bounced ideas off each other, and after editing, we sat down again to see how to get the best out of the footage we had. Basically it was a team effort : )

    David: busy my friend – day job, errands, family duties, only 24 hrs in the day – wished had time to do more. Even this ad was crazy hectic for me and that week I was literally zonked out from my day job and editing the ad. Have seen your Ulu Temburong video too, great stuff.

    Reeda – Thanks mate for hooking me up on this project. very happy to see it on national TV. After Ramadhan let’s catch up for a teh tarik.

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