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Dato Seri Lau Kung Ching, the chairperson of Townview Sdn Bhd handing over a token of appreciation to Mr. Jackson Ting, chairperson of D’Sunlit Sdn Bhd and the president of the FuZhou Shiyyi Association
Good Home celebrates its opening at the newly built Aman Hills Shopping Centre in a four-day festival from the 3rd May 2018 to 6th May 2018 in an event organised and coordinated by Babakimpo Sdn Bhd.
Established in 2017, Good Home is set up with DIY and home-improving concept: to provide affordable home & living commodities; set a higher bar for the home and living industry in Brunei; and at the same time, increasing home comfort, standard and value. Their major products will be household, kitchenware, sanitary-ware, home and industrial product, building materials, building construction and furniture products. Good Home continually adds quality proven brands to its catalog in line with its mission to “ensure that products are of outstanding quality and are good value for money”. Currently, the store not only supplies Good Home brand, but also well-known brands such as – but not limited to – Beger, Figo, Amercook, AOTL, Eco Breeze and many more in the future.
The opening of Good Home’s new branch will also be in parallel with the start of a 6-month lucky draw – ending 31st October 2018 – to win a Proton Saga for customers who shop at Aman Hills Shopping Centre, including Good Home.
Jackson and Dato Seri Lau toured Good Home’s latest branch at Aman Hills
The opening ceremony were attended by Dato Seri Lau Kung Ching, the chairperson of Townview Sdn Bhd. and Mr. Jackson Ting, chairperson of D’Sunlit Sdn Bhd and as representative of the Fu Chow community. Also present will be the founder of Townview Sdn Bhd, Ak Zaini bin Pg. Othman, General Manager of Townview, Mr. David Lau, Mr. Tan Kah Boon, representatives of supplied brands, team members of Good Home and Babakimpo.
The ceremony began with an opening remark from David Lau, General Manager of Townview Sdn Bhd. In his speech, he introduced the Good Home brand as Townview’s very own local brand: with a promise to serve the people of Brunei by providing variety and quality in homeware, kitchenware and bathroom accessories whilst delivering outstanding customer service to achieve complete customer satisfaction. With a motto of ‘Quality Makes a Difference’, Good Home aims to improve the standard of your home and therefore, living – supplying products affordable for all and high in quality to make a difference in all who choose Good Home as the go-to provider for necessities to complete a home.
A variety of fun games and activities are scheduled to be held by Babakimpo during the event, including – but not limited to – carnival games and DIY classes which are free and open for the public to take part in with prizes including Good Home cash vouchers, Good Home products and Good Home merchandise. Activities held will be in line with the theme of the new shop such as ‘Find the Lucky Key’ where participants will race against time to seek out the correct key to unlock a door and ‘D-I-Y-rior (D-I-Y Warrior)’ where participants will attempt to be the quickest to assemble a boltless cabinet available at Good Home.
Good Home is implementing a membership program whereby for BND5, members will receive a membership card to collect loyalty points and redeem prizes. Members will additionally enjoy access to exclusive members-only discounts.
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Some of the vendors during the 4 day event at Aman Hills
DIY pillow case activity yesterday organised by Babakimpo
DIY pillow case activity yesterday organised by Babakimpo
Jackson Ting deliver his welcoming speech in inspiring entrepreneurs of the future
Jackson’s speech during the opening:
Being an old acquaintance of Dato Seri Lau Kung Ching, Managing Director of Good Home, who first started through all the constant hardships, challenges and failures and now successfully establishing himself as an accomplished and well-respected businessman, it shows that despite the limited education, it is his spirit, courage and determination that moved him to where he is today. Furthermore his principled morale mindset where he is not discouraged by the economic downturn and instead he sees in every difficulty lies opportunities.
An individual’s success and achievements shall not be put in parallel to how high an individual’s education is but also the spirt and the mindset that one holds. Such titles like professors or doctors show one that have all the theoretical knowledge but without the courageous spirt to push him/herself towards the limit and the eagerness to strive for what he/she wants, he/she will forever maintain in the same position.
The launch of Good Home was duly inspired by the current and still prevalent consumer trend for convenience; the desire to be a one-stop for easy comparison, product variety and even providing business opportunities. The business also hopes to increase employment opportunities.
Representatives from Honey Carsmart, DANA Pengiran Muda Mahkota Al-Mutahtadee Billah, SMARTER Brunei and Pusat Ehsan Al-Ameerah Al-Hajjah Maryam during the press conference for the Honey Carsmart 4th Annual Grand Sale next weekend
Something great is happening next weekend. This time is 5 times better in terms of benefits compared to the previous annual grand sale from Honey Carsmart. From 11th May to 13th May 2018, Honey Carsmart will holding their 4th Annual Grand Sale and it is also in conjunction with the 35th year anniversary in this industry.
As part of their 35th anniversary, the company will be giving away a unique electrical scooter for the first 35 customers during the grand sale period. On top of that, all the customers who purchased cars during the grand sale, they will benefit from the 3 X 5 package – a) 3 free monthly installments b) 3 free servicing c) 3 months warranty d) 3 free car wash and polishing and e) 3 free shopping vouchers worth BND 300. Now that’s a great value for customers.
For the first time, Honey Carsmart will have the support from two financing companies (previously one) and now customers have the choice to choose between Baiduri Finance Bhd and BIBD At-Tamwil Bhd. The event partners will be Seng Hoe Huat accessories who has strong relations with Honey Carsmart and they will be displaying some of their accessories. Their audio systems and auto gadgets will be sold at attractive prizes. RedBull will be the other event partner.
Honey Carsmart will continue the tradition in supporting and giving back to the community especially to the charitable foundations notably DANA Pengiran Muda Mahkota Al-Mutahtadee Billah, SMARTER Brunei and Pusat Ehsan Al-Ameerah Al-Hajjah Maryam. The company will contribute BND 300 for every unit sold within the 3 days and the charity pool will be equally distributed for donation purposes.
Last year, they managed to raise a total of BND 7,500 where 25 units were sold. This year, they are optimistic that the numbers of units sold will increase as it’s almost the festive season.
This time round there will be around 150 cars to choose. So better come down to Honey Carsmart next weekend and grab their best deal in town. You can follow updates on @honeycarsmartbrunei
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BIBD Head of Retail Banking, Hajah Nurul Akmar binti Haji Md Jaafar with Fashion Valet’s co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Datin Vivy Sofinas binti Yusof speaking to the press recently during the Fashion Valet pop-up event
Group photo with representatives from Rozai Hijab, Baitul Hijaab, Mumtaz Collection and MukaKu Cosmetics where they were invited to join the Fashion Valet pop-up event
Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) customers recently were treated to an exclusive cardholders-only early bird entrance to the Fashion Valet pop-up event held at The Empire Hotel & Country Club.
While the event will run until the 6th of May, BIBD customers were offered this special treat as part of BIBD’s efforts to bring more benefits to its cardholders. Throughout the event, transactions made using BIBD cards will entitle cardholders to discounts of 5% and 10% for debit and credit cardholders respectively. Customers will also accumulate double BIBD Hadiah Points that can be used to pay for utilities, donations, air miles and others.
As part of BIBD’s efforts to add more spirit to the upcoming holy month, the promotion aims to provide homes and families with more opportunities to save in preparation for their Raya celebrations, embodying the true community spirit.
In partnership with BIBD, Fashion Valet brings to Brunei Darussalam more than 30 brands from its online store and will give BIBD customers brand exclusive previews of designs that have yet to be sold online. Fashion Valet is pleased to bring more lines to the pop-up event in Brunei Darussalam and add to the festive feel with added lines for all genders and ages. In the spirit of the coming festive season, Fashion Valet prides itself in showcasing design labels that fit the needs of Bruneian customers.
FashionValet’s Co-Founder and Chief Creative Office commented in a press release, “Every year we look forward to coming to Brunei; everybody here is so nice and welcoming and honestly, our year wouldn’t be complete if we don’t make a trip here. It’s been an annual tradition since we started in 2016.”
BIBD Head of Retail Banking, Hajah Nurul Akmar binti Haji Md Jaafar in a joint press conference, hopes that BIBD customers and local fashion entrepreneurs will see value in this partnership with Fashion Valet. Four local designers (Rozai Hijab; Baitul Hijaab; Mumtaz Collection; and MukaKu Cosmetics) will be present at the popup showcase and sell their collection to the public in participation of BIBD’s Catalyst programme, an entrepreneurship project aimed at establishing mentor-mentee relationships for local Bruneian designers to help elevate them to international standards. BIBD customers are offered an early start in their plans for the coming festive season, allowing them to focus on their Ibadah in the coming month of Ramadhan.
BIBD Fashion Valet Pop-up store is open to public from10AM – 10PM from 3rd – 6th May 2018 (10AM-10PM).
Azhani taking a photo opp with the co-founder of Fashion Valet
MukaKu Cosmetics making their presence felt at Fashion Valet pop-up. They are selling locally made organic cosmetics.
Baitul Hijaab is also making their presence and their products will be featured on Fashion Valet website pretty soon
The mentoring session for the local vendors led by the co-founder of Fashion Valet, Fadz Anuar.
Hjh Tina of Baitul Hijaab and Edy Zurina of MukaKu Cosmetics listening to advices from Fadz Anuar
The ice-breaking game session held at Spaghettini last Wednesday
A deflated feeling for the players after the final whistle as Brunei bowed out of the Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy, losing to Myanmar 1-0
Myanmar No.17 sealed the deal with a 35th minute strike. Image by Infofoto.
Timor Leste grabbed the final spot of the semi-final as Brunei failed to keep at least a draw, falling down to the defending champions Myanmar 1-0. The script was simple – to at least draw against Myanmar. Instead the visitor spoiled the party of a strong 25,000 crowd at the Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium last night.
Myanmar’s No.17 Zin Min Tun scored the only goal and eventually the match winner. It came from an effort from Myanmar’s No.9 Aung Kaung Mann whose shot was parried by Brunei’s keeper, Ishyra
Amin Jabidi, only for Zin Min Tun to slot it in with the keeper rooted from his spot in the 35th minute.
Myanmar rested one of their main strikers but that didn’t stop the visitors from creating chances after chances. They held the ball well and stretched Brunei’s defence and midfield as they easily found space by the wing area. Myanmar were simply superior in every department and they had more pace than our players.
Myanmar’s head coach Kyi Liwn was happy with the result and he felt the players did a tremendous job even with numerous chances being wasted. Scoring more goals wasn’t his objective but grinding out the points was his mission. He told his players to focus on the field and treat the cheers and voices from the stadium as if they were their fans.
As for Brunei Darussalam, it’s back to the drawing board as they are dumped out of the Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy and now looking ahead of other competitions. Brunei coach, Mario Riveira Campesino shared that Brunei showed that they have the talents and they will need to have more exposure, playing internationally to gain experience. He was in high praise for Myanmar for being able to hold possession and controlling the pace of the game.
To me, Brunei did show improvements from their first match against Timor Leste. If you ask me, it was the Timor Leste match that they should have won at least. However, the ball is round and anything can happen in football.
On a brighter side, I was pleased with the defensive display by Ak Yura Yunos who had numerous crucial interceptions throughout the 90 minutes. He was able to read the game and thwarted many attempts by the visitors. He was one of the busiest players on the field last night. Another person I should highlight is our own keeper, Asmin. He made the scoreline more respectable as Myanmar could have score more and closed the game away. Both players, Ak Yura and Asmin, deserved a big round of applause.
Brunei’s best chance came once again from captain Faiq Jefri Bolkiah. Myanmar failed to clear the ball in defence and Faiq only had the keeper to beat but guided his shot straight to Phone Thistar Min in the 50th minute. That could have been the equalizer for Brunei to qualify for the semi-finals. But it was not meant to be.
Brunei rarely threatened in the second half, only relying on half chances which was a tall order. Kudos to Myanmar for putting up a courageous and disciplined performance. They are now favourites along with Singapore to lift the HBT. Brunei bowed out with only three points from six games while Timor Leste squeezed in with four points. Myanmar topped the group with 7 points.
In the other match, Cambodia beat favourites Singapore 1-0 but both still qualify for the semi-finals. Lao DPR is eliminated from the tournament.
Now with Brunei Darussalam out of the equation, the Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium won’t be the same when the semi-final match will take place this Wednesday. Economically, it won’t be good for business especially food and merchandise vendors. A lot of revenue were made from these said vendors whenever Brunei play at the national stadium.
I’m definitely gonna miss watching Brunei playing in front of an amazing crowd. It looks like another two year wait.
Another majestic display by Ak Yura Yunos in defence. My man of the match! Image by Infofoto
Captain Faiq Jefri Bolkiah showed moments of brilliance and could have scored in the 50th minute. Image by Infofoto
A confident keeper and only beaten once despite the surge of attacks from Myanmar
Standing up for the national anthem
The fans section
The fans section
A small section for Myanmar but they made an impactful presence
We will definitely miss the energetic crowd
His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Khairi Waddien, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, and Her Majesty Duli Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha binti Al-Marhum Pengiran Pemancha Pengiran Anak Haji Mohamed Alam with the newly weds, Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Anak Haji Mohammed Saifullah and Yang Mulia Dayang Nur Akmalia binti Retired Lieutenant Colonel Awang Iskandar at Baitun Na’aim yesterday. Image courtesy of Rahwani Zahari of Infofoto.
His Royal Highness Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and Her Royal Highness Paduka Seri Pengiran Anak Isteri Pengiran Anak Sarah binti Pengiran Haji Salleh Ab-Rahaman with the newly weds. Image courtesy of Rahwani Zahari of Infofoto.
His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Khairi Waddien, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, and Her Majesty Duli Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha binti Al-Marhum Pengiran Pemancha Pengiran Anak Haji Mohamed Alam, yesterday graced the Wedding Ceremony of Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Anak Haji Mohammed Saifullah, the son of Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Amal Umi Kalthum Al-Islam and Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Indera Setia Diraja Sahibul Karib Pengiran Anak Haji Idris.
Upon arrival at Baitun Na’aim in Kampung Jerudong, His Majesty and Her Majesty Duli Raja Isteri were greeted by Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Amal Umi Kalthum Al-Islam and Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Indera Setia Diraja Sahibul Karib Pengiran Anak Haji Idris.
Also in attendance were His Royal Highness Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and Her Royal Highness Paduka Seri Pengiran Anak Isteri Pengiran Anak Sarah binti Pengiran Haji Salleh Ab-Rahaman;
His Royal Highness Prince ‘Abdul Malik; His Royal Highness Prince ‘Abdul Wakeel; His Royal Highness Prince Mohamed Bolkiah and Her Royal Highness Pengiran Anak Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Zariah;
His Royal Highness Prince Haji Jefri Bolkiah; Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Rashidah Sa’adatul Bolkiah; Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Majeedah Nuurul Bolkiah; Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah; Her Royal Highness Princess Fadzilah Lubabul Bolkiah; and Her Royal Highness Princess Ameerah Wardatul Bolkiah.
Also present were Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Masna and Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Amal Nasibah; and other members of the Royal Family.
Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Anak Haji Mohammed Saifullah is married to Yang Mulia Dayang Nur Akmalia binti Retired Lieutenant Colonel Awang Iskandar.
Doa selamat was read by Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Paduka Seri Utama Dato Paduka Seri Setia Haji Awang Salim bin Haji Besar.
Their Majesties then received junjung ziarah from both the bride and bridegroom. His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and Her Royal Highness Paduka Seri Pengiran Anak Isteri also received the junjung ziarah from the newly-wedded couple. Also receiving the junjung ziarah were Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Amal Umi Kalthum Al-Islam and Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Indera Setia Diraja Sahibul Karib Pengiran Anak Haji Idris. New release by RTB.
Members of the royal family during the Bersanding ceremony .Image courtesy of Rahwani Zahari of Infofoto.
Members of the royal family during the Bersanding ceremony .Image courtesy of Rahwani Zahari of Infofoto.
The berbedak ceremony. Image courtesy of @wtjz
The newly weds with Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Anak Haji Mohammed Saifullah’s family side. Taken from @akmaliaiskandar
The newly weds with Nur Akmalia’s family side. Taken from @akmaliaiskandar
The solemnization of YAM Pg Anak Hj Mohammed Saifullah and Nur Akmalia. Image taken by @wtjz
During the bersanding ceremony.
Both wearing Lady Jane design. Image from Nur Akmalia
Nur Akmalia make up by @kfbongmakeup and hair by @ckayliow
With Nur Akmalia’s sister Nina Iskandar and Carrie Chong
Sisters – Nina and Akmalia
With Akmalia’s cousins. Image courtesy of Carrie Chong.
Apparently most of the ladies were wearing the songket at all the functions as it falls under the adat-istiadat customs. Image courtesy of Carrie Chong.
Nur Akmalia’s berbedak ceremony.
Pre-wedding shot by @janechingphotography
Johari Ahmad takes the lead with 68
Following are the updates from the third day of the tournament at the RBA Golf Club where 132 golfers took part in the Baiduri Masters for a chance to don the Green Jacket and Challenge Trophy.
By the end of the first weekend of play, five players from yesterday’s leaderboard were knocked out from the top 16 with the emergence of Ali Hj Rashid, Mohd Zainul Amir Abdullah, Hj Mohd Sharifuddin Hj Md Salleh, Md Haswandi Hj Paun and Dato Paduka Hj Harith Hj Abd Karim.
Sitting at the top of the leaderboard is Johari Ahmad who played a fantastic game of golf ending the day with a gross of 68. He moved up a staggering 14 places in the leaderboard. Yesterday’s leader, Wadiwadera Hj Md Wahid maintains his gross of 69, putting him comfortably in second place with a 3-stroke gap between the next contender. In third place is Suhaimi Hj Ibrahim, who moved up 3 places with an improved game grossing 72.
Tied with a gross of 73 are Hj Hanafi Pehin Hj Ahmad, P.A. Basheer, newcomer Ali Hj Rashid, Asmawi bin Ismail and Pg Hj Ahmad Zaki who moved up 4 spots to put him in seventh place.
Zaini bin Hj Abd Rahman and newcomer Mohd Zainul Amir Abdullah, in eighth and ninth place respectively with a gross of 74. Tied with a gross of 75 are Hj Mohd Sharifuddin (new), Seruji Hj Setia, Md Haswandi Hj Paun (new), Han Lian Siew and Dato Paduka Hj Harith (new).
Rounding off the top 16 is Zulehram Yakub with a gross of 76.
Hj Hanafi Pehin Hj Ahmad is ranked 4th after the 3rd round of play with 73 stroke
Pengiran Anak Basheer is ranked 4th after the 3rd round of play with 73 stroke
The Baiduri Masters 2018 will continue this Friday, 4 May 2018.
The Baiduri Masters 2018 takes place over two weekends starting 27 April 2018 until 29 April 2018 and 4 to 6 May 2018. To make the cut, the top 16 gross players overall will get the opportunity to vie for the Green Jacket.
Besides the coveted Baiduri Masters Green Jacket and Challenge Trophy, the golfers also have the chance to score the fantastic hole-in-one prizes comprising two luxury cars and three cash prizes of B$20,000 each.
Other than the BMW 740Li at hole 14, other hole-in-one prizes on offer this year are the Mini Cooper S Countryman for Hole 5 and B$20,000 cash each for Holes 2, 12 and 16.
Additionally, there will be novelty prizes up for grabs for the nearest to the pin throughout the tournament and also longest drive as well as lucky draw prizes.
As with every year, proceeds raised during the Baiduri Masters will be donated to local charity organisations that help persons with special needs integrate into the wider society.
There are still slots available for the next weekend of play. Those who haven’t registered for the tournament can still do so at the RBA Golf Club, First Floor, VIP Room. Participants are encouraged to play more than once to improve their chances of winning, and they will enjoy a BND10 discount on the registration fee on their subsequent rounds.
The Baiduri Masters will be played on format System 36 (Stroke Play) and the challenge trophy will be decided on gross. The Baiduri Masters tournament is divided into 4 divisions – Men’s, Group, Ladies and Junior. The Men’s division will be further divided into Men’s Gross, Men’s Nett and Senior Golfers Nett.
For more details, the public can log onto the website www.baiduri.com or call the RBA Golf Club at 8773612.
Well done, Brunei Darussalam for last night’s important victory
A well deserved victory for the host nation
After a nervy start to the tournament, Brunei Darussalam bounced back against a tougher opponent, this time against a powerhouse Thailand with a 2-1 victory at the Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium last night. I’m pleased to see Ak Yura Indera Putera Pg Yunos getting on the scoresheet and scoring the winner in injury time. He was a colossal in defence when Brunei lost to Timor Leste 1-0 in the opening match and he kept the backline composed throughout the game.
Even with a scoreline deadlock by half time, the host nation kept pressuring the visitors and looked more of a different force – alive and hungry.
Naziruddin Hj Ismail scored the opening goal with an assist from captain Faiq Jefri Bolkiah after 60 minutes which brought the strong 25,000 crowd into a frenzy celebration. Thailand managed to equalized minutes later through their captain Paso Sittichok. However, Brunei maintained their momentum from the first half and Ak Yura snatched a winner through a corner kick late in injury time.
The question beckoned on where was this solid, impressive performance that was missing in the first game? The head coach was probably right when he previously mentioned that Brunei was over excited before the tournament kicked off.
Azim Suhaimi, Brunei’s midfielder, had a good piece of advice to the fans especially those who were quick to judge the players [in a negative manner] on social media. I recently came across the comments on @brusportnews and they were definitely uncalled for. It’s important for us to learn to give constructive feedback with a nicer tone rather than totally bashing the players which can in turn demoralized the players.
Come Monday, Brunei has another hurdle to overcome with the likes of the defending champion Myanmar in the final match of the group A in the Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy. This will definitely be a crowd puller even on a Monday evening and I won’t be surprised if the attendance will break the 25,000 strong crowd from last night.
Kudos once again to the Brunei team. Let’s continue the morale support and believe in our team that they can be the best team and the team to beat after last night’s performance. Images courtesy of @infodept.bn
Captain Faiq Jefri Bolkiah was instrumental with an assist for Brunei’s opener
Brunei Darussalam kept piling the pressure on the two times champion, Thailand
Naziruddin Hj Ismail (No.8) scored Brunei’s first goal in the tournament
ButraHeidelberg Cement (BHC) Sdn Bhd ‘Kick-Off with Brunei Cement’ which lasted two months and the main event was held at Indoor Stadium last Sunday
Out of all the 100 participants, Mohd Khairul Anuar emerged the champion of the ButraHeidelberg Cement (BHC) Sdn Bhd ‘Kick-Off with Brunei Cement’ campaign last Sunday at the Indoor Stadium.
He won the competition’s grand prize of a trip for two to Russia including hotel accommodation and tickets to watch the World Cup match between Germany and Mexico on June 17, 2018 at the Moscow Luzhniki Stadium.
Second place went to Md Zain, who won a Microsoft Surface Pro, while Hajah Siti Nurnajiah took third place, winning a Garmin Watch Vivo Active 3.
It was a tie between Mohd Khairul Anuar and Md Zain in the “score and win” section. The score were tied with 1-1 and Md Zain had the opportunity to seal the finals by scoring one more point from three kicks. However, the scoreline remained at 1-1. The tie-breaker was then decided as Mohd Khairul successfully made 4 out of 5 attempts scoring 4 points whereas Md Zain only score 1 point. The other third finalist Hajah Siti Nurnajiah binti Haji Yahya failed to register a point in the “score and win” section.
The semi-finals was a much interesting affair as 7 contestants were vying for the top 3 spots in the finals and all they had to do is “Name the Flag” of the 20 listed countries participating in the Russia 2018. Hajah Siti Nurnajiah emerged the winner in the category, almost scoring a perfect score with 19 out of 20 marks. Both Mohd Khairul Anuar and Md Zain finished with 17 points.
The Kick Off With Brunei Cement competition was held in conjunction with the 2018 FIFA World Cup and it began early March 2018 to get the ball rolling.
Md Zain, who won a Microsoft Surface Pro, came 2nd place and received the prize from General Manager of Butra HeidelbergCement, Dennis Javier
Hajah Siti Nurnajiah who won a Garmin Watch Vivo Active 3 came in 3rd place
The quarter final game where a team with the highest tower made of straw wins
Md Zain almost scored the winning goal but his attempt wasn’t successful
Khairul Anuar consoling Md Zain after the final result
Name the Flag session was fun
Some of the vendors participating during the event
For the past few weeks, BHC organised a series of activities as part of the Kick-Off with Brunei Cement competition, with pre-event activities being held in early March 2018, the ‘Stick and Win’ activity where participants had to attach the official ‘Kick-Off with Brunei Cement 2018’ sticker on a registered motor vehicle and be spotted in several locations as announced by the company on its Instagram account @bruneicement
The second pre-event activity was the ‘Snap and Win’, where several riddles each indicating a specific location were mentioned on @BruneiCement, where to win, participants had to guess and snap a photo of the location they think corresponds to each riddle.
The third pre-event activity was the ‘Follow and Win’ activity held during BandarKu Ceria and TutongKu Ceria. Participants were required to follow @BruneiCement, and those who managed to obtain a special “stressball” with the special logo were given a ticket to participate in the main event last Sunday.
All winners (100 of them) from the pre-event activities competed in a series of games, including the ‘Scavenger Hunt’, ‘Tallest Tower’, ‘Name the Flag’ and ‘Score and Win’.
Other activities for the contestants and their family and friends at the main event included a kids’ corner and a face painting session.
Also featuring at the event were a 100 cotton candy sticks giveaway, a popcorn and coconut ice cream stall, and sale of Chicken Joy meals from Jollibee. There was also an appearance by Jollibee mascot.
Jollibee’s 16th outlet along Jalan Muara Highway, Spg 652
Jollibee (Brunei) is moving at a fast pace as it opened its 16th store at Jalan Muara Highway last weekend. Furthermore, it’s their second drive thru after having one at Sengkurong. The recent outlet is the 16th for Jollibee (Brunei).
So it’s safe to say that Jollibee hits the Bruneians’ taste and it has been an ongoing success since its inception in 1987. Recently, Jollibee has opened its first outlet in Europe (Milan) and the response has been overwhelming. It will also soon open its door in the USA. So you can say that Jollibee is a worldwide favourite.
Present during the launch was Mr. Rodel Alcantara, AVP & Market Head for Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia & Europe, Jollibee Foods Corporation and he was very pleased with the efforts of Jollibee (Brunei) in expanding their brand and also to those involved in the project of the Jollibee drive-thru. Jollibee is also a strong believer in social media in helping creating awareness for the presence of Jollibee in Brunei.
The first 100 customers with a minimum purchase of BND 10 will receive a Jollibee Huggable pillow and it was a huge success.
Congratulations once again to Jollibee (Brunei) on your 16th outlet. Looking forward to more outlets in Brunei, being the leading fast food franchise, in Brunei Darussalam. For social media updates, you can follow @jollibeebrunei
The representatives from Jollibee doing the customary honour of the Jolli-bite
The social influencers also had the privilege
Kurapak having a feast to himself
Mr. Rodel Alcantara, AVP & Market Head for Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia & Europe, Jollibee Foods Corporation in his opening remarks. He is one busy man, flying here and there.
The other colour uniform for Jollibee (Brunei)
The Jolli-Morning dance
The long queue while waiting for the official opening of the 16th outlet
The lucky ones gonna get a bucket of chicken 😉
Kurapak and Sayeed were almost legit as the first customers of the Drive-Thru but not technically.