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BIBD Hosts Takbir Raya Event

In conjunction with the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration, Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) hosted a “Takbir Syawal” event for their clients yesterday, at the Grand Hall of The Empire Hotel and Country Club in Jerudong. More than 1,000 special guests consisting of the bank’s clients from all its banking divisions and departments attended the annual [...]

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In conjunction with the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration, Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) hosted a “Takbir Syawal” event for their clients yesterday, at the Grand Hall of The Empire Hotel and Country Club in Jerudong.

More than 1,000 special guests consisting of the bank’s clients from all its banking divisions and departments attended the annual Hari Raya open house event.

The main objective of the event was to strengthen relationships between the staff of the bank and their loyal clients.

Present during the event were members of the BIBD Board of Directors, Syariah Advisory Body, BIBD’s Managing Director Mr Javed Ahmad, senior officers, officers and staff.

–Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin

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In conjunction with the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration, Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) hosted a “Takbir Syawal” event for their clients yesterday, at the Grand Hall of The Empire Hotel and Country Club in Jerudong.

More than 1,000 special guests consisting of the bank’s clients from all its banking divisions and departments attended the annual Hari Raya open house event.

The main objective of the event was to strengthen relationships between the staff of the bank and their loyal clients.

Present during the event were members of the BIBD Board of Directors, Syariah Advisory Body, BIBD’s Managing Director Mr Javed Ahmad, senior officers, officers and staff.

–Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin

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CEO and Founder of Global Poverty Project, Hugh Evans, has long been an admired leader in poverty eradication, especially in eliminating the vicious circle of poverty in places of supreme vulnerability in the Sub-Saharan African continent. The-founder of the Oakwood Foundation began in youth and social entrepreneurship in his early teens and was instantly awestruck [...]

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CEO and Founder of Global Poverty Project, Hugh Evans, has long been an admired leader in poverty eradication, especially in eliminating the vicious circle of poverty in places of supreme vulnerability in the Sub-Saharan African continent.

The-founder of the Oakwood Foundation began in youth and social entrepreneurship in his early teens and was instantly awestruck by the extreme nature of poverty in Manila. “How do I see myself living in suburban Melbourne compared with the extreme poverty in Manila? The roles could have easily been reversed,” he said.

By the age of 15, he packed his bags, traded the comfort of living in Australia with India after convincing his parents that he wanted to make a change.

Hugh Evans has been greatly influential in spurring thousands of youths in Australia and potentially millions around the world to join the cause and even got the likes of Bono on stage for Australia’s historic Making Poverty History Concert in 2006. He was awarded the Young Australian of the Year in 2004 and Junior Chambers Young Person of the World in 2005.

That concert and his journey had ultimately sparked national interest to recognize that youth movement could help eradicate and alleviate extreme poverty.

Peer education has also helped resolve difficulties among the younger generation in South Africa highlighting the impact of the Global Poverty Project, which Hugh Evans also co-founded. Some people lives’ have changed for the better but one must change their own selves before changing the lives of others.

He has also attracted the likes of Hugh Jackman to be the Global Advisor and an advocate of the Live Below the Line campaign, which challenges people to spend $1.50 for five days to better understand the challenges of extreme poverty.

“Polio is a crippling disease in poverty-stricken nations and it perpetuates a vicious cycle,” he said. Polio, he continued, can cause lifestyle burdens.

Hugh Evans delivered a lecture entitled “Youth and Social Entrepreneurship: An Australian Experience” at the residence of Australian High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam, Mark Sawers.

Among those in attendance were the Acting Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Datin Paduka Hjh Adina binti Hj Othman, senior officials, youth leaders, diplomats, NGO representatives as well as youths and business representatives.

Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin. All pictures courtesy of SnrPablo.

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CEO and Founder of Global Poverty Project, Hugh Evans, has long been an admired leader in poverty eradication, especially in eliminating the vicious circle of poverty in places of supreme vulnerability in the Sub-Saharan African continent.

The-founder of the Oakwood Foundation began in youth and social entrepreneurship in his early teens and was instantly awestruck by the extreme nature of poverty in Manila. “How do I see myself living in suburban Melbourne compared with the extreme poverty in Manila? The roles could have easily been reversed,” he said.

By the age of 15, he packed his bags, traded the comfort of living in Australia with India after convincing his parents that he wanted to make a change.

Hugh Evans has been greatly influential in spurring thousands of youths in Australia and potentially millions around the world to join the cause and even got the likes of Bono on stage for Australia’s historic Making Poverty History Concert in 2006. He was awarded the Young Australian of the Year in 2004 and Junior Chambers Young Person of the World in 2005.

That concert and his journey had ultimately sparked national interest to recognize that youth movement could help eradicate and alleviate extreme poverty.

Peer education has also helped resolve difficulties among the younger generation in South Africa highlighting the impact of the Global Poverty Project, which Hugh Evans also co-founded. Some people lives’ have changed for the better but one must change their own selves before changing the lives of others.

He has also attracted the likes of Hugh Jackman to be the Global Advisor and an advocate of the Live Below the Line campaign, which challenges people to spend $1.50 for five days to better understand the challenges of extreme poverty.

“Polio is a crippling disease in poverty-stricken nations and it perpetuates a vicious cycle,” he said. Polio, he continued, can cause lifestyle burdens.

Hugh Evans delivered a lecture entitled “Youth and Social Entrepreneurship: An Australian Experience” at the residence of Australian High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam, Mark Sawers.

Among those in attendance were the Acting Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Datin Paduka Hjh Adina binti Hj Othman, senior officials, youth leaders, diplomats, NGO representatives as well as youths and business representatives.

Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin. All pictures courtesy of SnrPablo.

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UBD Green Xchange Project Launched

The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports fully supports the efforts of Universiti Brunei Darussalam, through the Student Community Outreach Team, SCOT, to act together to guide local youths to be more sensitive to community issues. Involvement of volunteers such as UBD undergraduates in the Green Xchange Project to help the underprivileged is highly appreciated. [...]

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The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports fully supports the efforts of Universiti Brunei Darussalam, through the Student Community Outreach Team, SCOT, to act together to guide local youths to be more sensitive to community issues. Involvement of volunteers such as UBD undergraduates in the Green Xchange Project to help the underprivileged is highly appreciated. It is hoped that the project can produce youth with empathy and humanity towards the community. This was highlighted by the Deputy Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports at the Official Launch of the 2nd Brunei-Singapore SCOT Green Xchange Project.

The Green Xchange Project was inspired by Avelife Foundation originally from Singapore. The project was also officially launched in Brunei, in which SCOT works on the project in collaboration with Avelife Foundation Singapore. Green Xchange Project is an effort to assist low-income families, combining it with the green concept, whereby recyclable materials collected by kampung residents are exchanged for basic commodities such as rice. Kampung residents can, for example, exchange a dollar worth of recyclables with one and a half kilograms of rice.

All photos courtesy of Telbru

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The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports fully supports the efforts of Universiti Brunei Darussalam, through the Student Community Outreach Team, SCOT, to act together to guide local youths to be more sensitive to community issues. Involvement of volunteers such as UBD undergraduates in the Green Xchange Project to help the underprivileged is highly appreciated. It is hoped that the project can produce youth with empathy and humanity towards the community. This was highlighted by the Deputy Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports at the Official Launch of the 2nd Brunei-Singapore SCOT Green Xchange Project.

The Green Xchange Project was inspired by Avelife Foundation originally from Singapore. The project was also officially launched in Brunei, in which SCOT works on the project in collaboration with Avelife Foundation Singapore. Green Xchange Project is an effort to assist low-income families, combining it with the green concept, whereby recyclable materials collected by kampung residents are exchanged for basic commodities such as rice. Kampung residents can, for example, exchange a dollar worth of recyclables with one and a half kilograms of rice.

All photos courtesy of Telbru

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Two weekends ago, families in Kampung Bolkiah found out that they could actually exchange their “trash” for food.The Universiti Brunei Darussalam’s Student Community Outreach Team (SCOT) gave rice and noodles to low income families in the village in exchange for their collected recylables.The students’ group aims to eradicate poverty and to promote “green” practices.“We saw [...]

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Two weekends ago, families in Kampung Bolkiah found out that they could actually exchange their “trash” for food.

The Universiti Brunei Darussalam’s Student Community Outreach Team (SCOT) gave rice and noodles to low income families in the village in exchange for their collected recylables.

The students’ group aims to eradicate poverty and to promote “green” practices.

“We saw this as an opportunity to ‘kill two birds with one stone’ while also hoping to change the mindset of the people in Brunei to recycle more and we’re trying to show them that some trash actually has value,” said project manager Noor Amal Azirah Azlan. “This can actually be seen as one of the ways which they can improve their way of life.”

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Kg Bolkiah was selected as the first location for the project as some of the residents were victims of a recent fire and majority of the villagers were low income earners.

Rice and noodles were given to residents in exchange for their collected recyclable materials mostly aluminium cans and cardboard boxes.

Noor Amal said “every dollar worth of recyclables, they would get 1.5 kilos of rice.”

“It’s almost like a subsidy,” she added. SCOT stationed their base of operations at the Kg Bolkiah Mosque yesterday where residents delivered and weighed recyclables. The total amount of recyclables yesterday weighed up to 1,095 kgs which surpassed Scot’s expected mark of 100 kgs for their day-long operation.

The project manager said that she was happy with the response despite her worries of not having much participation due to the lack of recycling practices currently being done.

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When asked more about the future of such projects, Noor Amal hoped for it to be conducted again in another six months but could not confirm the chosen village for their next initiative. “I hope that it’ll be bigger with a much higher response,” she added.

A total of 80 volunteers participated that day.

After the overwhelming amount of recyclables, the stocks of the commodities drew short but residents were given coupons for them to collect their rewards the next day. – The Brunei Times

All pics courtesy of UBD SCOT. Thanks guys! You ROCK!

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Two weekends ago, families in Kampung Bolkiah found out that they could actually exchange their “trash” for food.

The Universiti Brunei Darussalam’s Student Community Outreach Team (SCOT) gave rice and noodles to low income families in the village in exchange for their collected recylables.

The students’ group aims to eradicate poverty and to promote “green” practices.

“We saw this as an opportunity to ‘kill two birds with one stone’ while also hoping to change the mindset of the people in Brunei to recycle more and we’re trying to show them that some trash actually has value,” said project manager Noor Amal Azirah Azlan. “This can actually be seen as one of the ways which they can improve their way of life.”

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Kg Bolkiah was selected as the first location for the project as some of the residents were victims of a recent fire and majority of the villagers were low income earners.

Rice and noodles were given to residents in exchange for their collected recyclable materials mostly aluminium cans and cardboard boxes.

Noor Amal said “every dollar worth of recyclables, they would get 1.5 kilos of rice.”

“It’s almost like a subsidy,” she added. SCOT stationed their base of operations at the Kg Bolkiah Mosque yesterday where residents delivered and weighed recyclables. The total amount of recyclables yesterday weighed up to 1,095 kgs which surpassed Scot’s expected mark of 100 kgs for their day-long operation.

The project manager said that she was happy with the response despite her worries of not having much participation due to the lack of recycling practices currently being done.

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When asked more about the future of such projects, Noor Amal hoped for it to be conducted again in another six months but could not confirm the chosen village for their next initiative. “I hope that it’ll be bigger with a much higher response,” she added.

A total of 80 volunteers participated that day.

After the overwhelming amount of recyclables, the stocks of the commodities drew short but residents were given coupons for them to collect their rewards the next day. – The Brunei Times

All pics courtesy of UBD SCOT. Thanks guys! You ROCK!

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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens workshop concluded yesterday with a closing ceremony which featured presentations from all the kids followed by a certificate presentation. After the event, I asked my girls what they learnt from the workshop and what their conclusions were. Below is their response: We joined the 7 habits of highly [...]

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens workshop concluded yesterday with a closing ceremony which featured presentations from all the kids followed by a certificate presentation. After the event, I asked my girls what they learnt from the workshop and what their conclusions were. Below is their response:

We joined the 7 habits of highly effective teens which was sponsored by BIBD and was held at the Chancelor Hall in UBD. On the first day Saras our mentor started off with Habit 1: Be Proactive. In this Habit, it tells you the two different types of people you choose to be and encourages us to learn how to pause and think about how we want to respond to a situation before doing it. The second habit, Begin with the end in mind was introduced to us by our other mentor, Edmund. It is very important to have an end in mind because this will guide you to what you want to do.

On the second day, we started the day with Habit 3: Put first things first. It taught us how to plan and do the important things first. The fourth habit is Think win-win. This habit tells us that there is always a choice in a particular situation. Either win-win. Lose-lose, win-lose or lose-win. Habit 5 is Seek first to understand, then to be understood. If you realize, 53% on of how we communicate is based on our body language. 40% is based on our tone or feeling and lastly 7% is based on words.

On the third day, we were finally exposed to habit 6 and 7 which are Synergize and Sharpen the saw. In other words, synergizing is also another term for team work. By synergizing, we can get better results than being on our own. Do you ever wonder why a flock of geese fly in a v formation? It is because when they synergize they are able to fly faster that way. We ended the course with habit 7: sharpen the saw.

Our conclusion is that being proactive is better than being reactive because it brings good in the end. Not only that but we have learned a lot of useful things through inspiring videos that we can follow and apply in our everyday life. This course was a life changing experience for us and everybody who joined.

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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens workshop concluded yesterday with a closing ceremony which featured presentations from all the kids followed by a certificate presentation. After the event, I asked my girls what they learnt from the workshop and what their conclusions were. Below is their response:

We joined the 7 habits of highly effective teens which was sponsored by BIBD and was held at the Chancelor Hall in UBD. On the first day Saras our mentor started off with Habit 1: Be Proactive. In this Habit, it tells you the two different types of people you choose to be and encourages us to learn how to pause and think about how we want to respond to a situation before doing it. The second habit, Begin with the end in mind was introduced to us by our other mentor, Edmund. It is very important to have an end in mind because this will guide you to what you want to do.

On the second day, we started the day with Habit 3: Put first things first. It taught us how to plan and do the important things first. The fourth habit is Think win-win. This habit tells us that there is always a choice in a particular situation. Either win-win. Lose-lose, win-lose or lose-win. Habit 5 is Seek first to understand, then to be understood. If you realize, 53% on of how we communicate is based on our body language. 40% is based on our tone or feeling and lastly 7% is based on words.

On the third day, we were finally exposed to habit 6 and 7 which are Synergize and Sharpen the saw. In other words, synergizing is also another term for team work. By synergizing, we can get better results than being on our own. Do you ever wonder why a flock of geese fly in a v formation? It is because when they synergize they are able to fly faster that way. We ended the course with habit 7: sharpen the saw.

Our conclusion is that being proactive is better than being reactive because it brings good in the end. Not only that but we have learned a lot of useful things through inspiring videos that we can follow and apply in our everyday life. This course was a life changing experience for us and everybody who joined.

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Celebrating Chinese New Year in Cardiff

Today’s post is brought to you by guest blogger Jules Lo who writes about her recent CNY celebration together with other Bruneian students in Cardiff. Thank you very much for your heart-warming post Jules! I see some familiar faces from my visit to Caerdydd last year. First, let me introduce myself, my name is Juliana [...]

Today’s post is brought to you by guest blogger Jules Lo who writes about her recent CNY celebration together with other Bruneian students in Cardiff. Thank you very much for your heart-warming post Jules! I see some familiar faces from my visit to Caerdydd last year.

First, let me introduce myself, my name is Juliana Lo but everyone calls me by the name Jules. I am a Cardiff student taking MSc Hospitality Management in University of Wales Institute Cardiff (UWIC). I have been in Cardiff for almost 5 years now since my undergraduate [BA (Hons) Hospitality Management] and I have missed celebrating CNY with my family for 5 years. Being away from home is really difficult for me as I am a very family-oriented person.

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Today’s post is brought to you by guest blogger Jules Lo who writes about her recent CNY celebration together with other Bruneian students in Cardiff. Thank you very much for your heart-warming post Jules! I see some familiar faces from my visit to Caerdydd last year.

First, let me introduce myself, my name is Juliana Lo but everyone calls me by the name Jules. I am a Cardiff student taking MSc Hospitality Management in University of Wales Institute Cardiff (UWIC). I have been in Cardiff for almost 5 years now since my undergraduate [BA (Hons) Hospitality Management] and I have missed celebrating CNY with my family for 5 years. Being away from home is really difficult for me as I am a very family-oriented person.

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Tomyam Klasik

After a long first day of tours and visits, and feeling a bit famished, the bus made a beeline for Tomyam Klasik. A bit dark when we got in. Would’ve loved to get some color in the sky. But ah well, when you just had to grab those pants on sale, you have to grab [...]

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After a long first day of tours and visits, and feeling a bit famished,
the bus made a beeline for Tomyam Klasik.

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A bit dark when we got in. Would’ve loved to get some color in the sky.
But ah well, when you just had to grab those pants on sale, you have to grab ‘em.

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It’s quite a large space, looks like it can accommodate well over 200 patrons.

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The view outwards, from where we got in.

We were waiting for the arrival of Dato’ Zulkifli bin Mohamad, the General Manager
of Tourism Promotion Division, under the Melaka Chief Minister Department.

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After a long first day of tours and visits, and feeling a bit famished,
the bus made a beeline for Tomyam Klasik.

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A bit dark when we got in. Would’ve loved to get some color in the sky.
But ah well, when you just had to grab those pants on sale, you have to grab ‘em.

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It’s quite a large space, looks like it can accommodate well over 200 patrons.

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The view outwards, from where we got in.

We were waiting for the arrival of Dato’ Zulkifli bin Mohamad, the General Manager
of Tourism Promotion Division, under the Melaka Chief Minister Department.

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Happy Tuesday everyone. Today’s pics are from the Aidil Adha sacrifice which was held at Telbru HQ in Berakas last weekend. If I recall correctly, a total of four cows were slaughtered and the meat distributed to orphans and the needy. The event began with a takbir and doa selamat followed by the distribution of [...]

Happy Tuesday everyone. Today’s pics are from the Aidil Adha sacrifice which was held at Telbru HQ in Berakas last weekend. If I recall correctly, a total of four cows were slaughtered and the meat distributed to orphans and the needy. The event began with a takbir and doa selamat followed by the distribution of the meat and ended with the usual makan-makan.

All pics by Dina, my able corporate comms officer Winking smile

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Happy Tuesday everyone. Today’s pics are from the Aidil Adha sacrifice which was held at Telbru HQ in Berakas last weekend. If I recall correctly, a total of four cows were slaughtered and the meat distributed to orphans and the needy. The event began with a takbir and doa selamat followed by the distribution of the meat and ended with the usual makan-makan.

All pics by Dina, my able corporate comms officer Winking smile

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Cutting up the meat

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Today’s pics brought to you by my guest photog, Karyawan. From RTB: It has been 10 years since e-Government was introduced to the country and most had been focused on the infrastructure and the back end of the system. After the launch of the e-Government Startegic Plan in May 2009 the main focus for e-Government [...]

Today’s pics brought to you by my guest photog, Karyawan.

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It has been 10 years since e-Government was introduced to the country and most had been focused on the infrastructure and the back end of the system. After the launch of the e-Government Startegic Plan in May 2009 the main focus for e-Government now is towards citizen centric services.

According to Awang Haji Azhar, e-Government actually gives more improvement in delivering government services especially to the 3 main stakeholders comprising the citizens, businesses and civil services. In a citizen survey conducted in 2009 added the Deputy Permanent Secretary, they found out that Education services was one of the top priority that the citizens wants the government to look into. This includes suggestion that the government provides the facility for online applications including students transfer to another school, registration, and application for business licences.

During the forum, Awang Haji Azhar himself and the Assistant CEO of IDA Singapore, Mr Khoong Hock Yun, CEO Infocom Federation of Brunei, Pengiran Sarimah binti Pengiran Latiff, discussed strategies relating to how governments can connect to their citizens as well as the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network programme.

Shortly thereafter, the third session continued at a luncheon keynote address with the topic of Globalization of Technology Innovation. Attending the Luncheon was the Minister of Communications, Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Hamzah Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Haji Abdullah.

The Forum concluded in the  afternoon with an open discussion entitled ‘At The Heart of Innovation: Delivering World Class Technology in Brunei’.

The open forum discussion focused on learning and applying new technologies to businesses led by leading industry figures. The Chief Technology Officer of Oracle Asia Research and Development Centers, Mr Kevin Walsh stressed the importance of innovation particularly in a technology related company. Apart from that, Mr Walsh also touched on the process of applying ideas and the innovation factors that includes infrastructure, investment and information flow and interconnection.

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Today’s pics brought to you by my guest photog, Karyawan.

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From RTB:

It has been 10 years since e-Government was introduced to the country and most had been focused on the infrastructure and the back end of the system. After the launch of the e-Government Startegic Plan in May 2009 the main focus for e-Government now is towards citizen centric services.

According to Awang Haji Azhar, e-Government actually gives more improvement in delivering government services especially to the 3 main stakeholders comprising the citizens, businesses and civil services. In a citizen survey conducted in 2009 added the Deputy Permanent Secretary, they found out that Education services was one of the top priority that the citizens wants the government to look into. This includes suggestion that the government provides the facility for online applications including students transfer to another school, registration, and application for business licences.

During the forum, Awang Haji Azhar himself and the Assistant CEO of IDA Singapore, Mr Khoong Hock Yun, CEO Infocom Federation of Brunei, Pengiran Sarimah binti Pengiran Latiff, discussed strategies relating to how governments can connect to their citizens as well as the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network programme.

Shortly thereafter, the third session continued at a luncheon keynote address with the topic of Globalization of Technology Innovation. Attending the Luncheon was the Minister of Communications, Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Hamzah Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Haji Abdullah.

The Forum concluded in the  afternoon with an open discussion entitled ‘At The Heart of Innovation: Delivering World Class Technology in Brunei’.

The open forum discussion focused on learning and applying new technologies to businesses led by leading industry figures. The Chief Technology Officer of Oracle Asia Research and Development Centers, Mr Kevin Walsh stressed the importance of innovation particularly in a technology related company. Apart from that, Mr Walsh also touched on the process of applying ideas and the innovation factors that includes infrastructure, investment and information flow and interconnection.

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