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The hunt ain't over

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

Art for sale (BOLO)


An artwork entitled A Woman for All Seasons IV by Bronwyn Bancroft from Australia, being displayed at BIG ONES LITTLE ONES “In My World” Brunei Exhibition. This artwork costs BND 8,450. You can view over 300 paintings at the Art Gallery, Dermaga Diraja (formerly known as the Waterfront) in town.

OVER 300 paintings from the ‘Big Ones Little Ones (BOLO)’ collection are currently on display and purchasable at the Art Gallery of the Dermaga Diraja BSB in the capital, from now until February 19.

The exhibition was yesterday launched by Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Pehin Orang Kaya Pekerma Laila Diraja Dato Seri Setia Awg Hj Hazair bin Hj Abdullah, in the presence of, among others, Professor Marie Roslyn Bashir, the Governor of New South Wales, Australia.

The special exhibition showcasing the collection of Big Ones Little Ones comprises artworks from over 30 countries around the world. The collection, founded by Trish Amichi of Amichi Gallery, is based in Sydney, Australia.

The exhibition was organised by the Brunei Museum Department, Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports and Digital Impression.

The programme aims to provide children (little ones), particularly those with special needs, and those from remote areas, an opportunity and a platform to communicate graphically to adults (big ones) and viewers alike of their perception of the world. This will ultimately foster a better understanding of their diverse culture and backgrounds.

A total of 168 pupils from 23 primary schools in Brunei are taking part in the programme, alongside renowned local artists. The work of Brunei’s little ones will become part of the BOLO collection and will travel to other venues.

The exhibition is open to public from January 20 to February 19.

Trish Amich, founder of BOLO, believes that cross-cultural arts/education programme plays a role in child development and education

The Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports was present for the official opening of BOLO Exhibition

Some of the invited guests for the BOLO Exhibition

50% of the sales will be donated to a Bruneian charity which is yet to be determined. For those wokrs that do not sell, some of them will be donated to a children’s hospital.

The BOLO collection has travelled to a number of venues in Australia and other countries, connecting people and promoting understanding and tolerance through art. Since its establishment in 2004, it has travelled to 10 different venues, including Sharjah, United Arab Emirates and China.

The ‘In My World’ theme has been specifically selected for the Brunei event. This is relevant to the programme as it captures a child’s view of the world and how his view will be translated, and appreciated by the wider world of the Big Ones.

Apart from showcasing the collection and helping create a more peaceful, harmonious and inclusive world, the programme also aims to give art lovers, collectors as well as artists the opportunity to contribute to charitable organisations, as the artworks are for sale and the proceeds from Little Ones will, in part, go to charity.

Dato Paduka Ar Hj Idris BH Abas, the co-chairman of the BOLO Exhibition (Brunei Darussalam) said, BOLO Brunei exhibition was made possible thanks to the hard work of committee members and cooperation between the private sector and the government.

The exhibition is supported Royal Brunei, Standard Chartered Bank, Arkitek Idris and other supporting sponsors and media partners.

At the launch yesterday, Dato Paduka Ar Hj Idris said, “Through this BOLO programme, we are giving opportunity to all – especially the deprived children and those students from the rural/remote schools – to participate and expose their talents in art and creativities.

“For this programme, we have already conducted one workshop for selected students from about 10 schools. We will then select some of the good artworks to be part of the BOLO collection, which will then travel to other countries’ exhibition just like what we have conducted today – the exhibition in Brunei Darussalam.

“As as avid supporter of arts and in recognition and promotion of local artists, I regard this exhibition as an opportunity for the children (especially for those with special needs) and youths to showcase their talents and skills as their means of communicating and conveying their thoughts, views and dreams.” Text courtesy of Azaraimy HH of Borneo Bulletin.


UNISSA win big but out!!


Click image to University Cup 2013 Facebook page

It’s a pity that UNISSA “A” failed to make the cut. Their final match in the group stage was academic as they won’t be able to reach top two in Group A. Ironically UNISSA “A” is undefeated and yet they didn’t make it through (1 win, 3 draws). However, they have a good finisher, Julzani Hj Zaini who scored his a hat-trick yesterday in a 4-0 win over Brunei Polytechnic “B” at the Royal Brunei Recreation Club yesterday. This is second hat-trick of the tournament and he has seven goals to his name so far. Amazing!!

UNISSA “A” finished third in Group A with no more matches remaining while the UBD “A” and ITB “A” will fight for the bragging rights for Group A sometime this week and both teams have actually qualified for the semi-finals regardless of the outcome.

In Group B, KUPUSB “A” will take on UNISSA “B” on the 25th January though both sides will be playing for pride unless UNISSA “B” can score more than 11 goals to better their goal difference. UBD “B” still have a mathematical chance to qualify when they take on ITB “B” on the same day. Brunei Polytechnic “A” is likely to qualify for the semi-finals should UBD “B” fail to win against ITB “B” this Friday. So there are still points to play for in Group B.

For more updates and pictures of the matches, you can click here to view them. The Facebook page is pretty updated and the committee have worked tiredlessly to provide the information on every match. Thumbs up to them!!

The pictures below are courtesy of Azizi@Azri, taken from BIBD At-tamwil University Cup facebook page.

The match between UNISSA “A” and Brunei Polytechnic “B”

The match between UNISSA “A” and Brunei Polytechnic “B”

The match between UNISSA “A” and Brunei Polytechnic “B”

Julzani celebrated after scoring for UNISSA “A”. He was Man of the Match with his hat-trick effort.


Toys, toys, toys!!


I’m amazed by the collections on display especially the figurines by six local collectors who brought their personal collection, mostly from Hot Toys. I know in Singapore that they have dedicated shops selling such figurine and it’s not available here in Brunei. The toy display was part of Toyland Adventure event which took place at Mabohai Shopping Complex.

Muaz, one of the collectors who showcased his Ironman collection, said that he spent a few thousands on his collections.

For your info, the Brunei Usergroup Lego and Technic (BULAT) will be having a display next week and it’s organised by Forevershine and the event is sponsored by ToysRus and it will also take place at Toyland Adventure at Mabohai Shopping Complex .


This seems like a cool printer!!




Tomato, Tomato

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

Mini draw winners for FLY2UK


Cooltones and B-Mobile held its first FLY2UK Monthly Mini Draw, where the first prize of a Samsung Galaxy smartphone was won by Hjh Rabi’ah Hj Abd Rashid.

In second place was Khairunnisa Md Said, who received a QQestore voucher worth $100 and a B-Mobile top-up worth $15. Both winners, as well as third-place winner Nur Amirah Ambrin, received a KFC meal voucher, a seven-day Fitness Zone pass, a movie ticket for MVision Cinema and Cooltones merchandise.

A prize presentation was also held for Pelangi SMS Quiz winner Nurul Hilda Omarali, who took home Cooltones merchandise, B-Mobile top up and vouchers.

Presenting the prizes were B-Mobile Marketing Executive Md Iskandar Zulkipli, KFC Brunei General Manager Del Goh, Fitness Zone Membership Manager Raymond Calpo Rapi and Modasys Assistant Manager Pg Saiful Khalid Pg Yunos.

The prize presentations were held in conjunction with the ongoing FLY2UK SMS Quiz, where the grand prize winner will be sponsored to fly to the UK to watch a Barclays Premier League football match.

As the official radio station for the quiz, Pelangi FM is airing questions daily until March 31. Daily quiz winners will stand to win prizes from the contest’s sponsors, while weekly quiz winners will bring home goodie bags and attractive sponsored prizes.

This year’s quiz is sponsored by AutoPro Tyre, B-Mobile, Fitness Zone, Huawei, KFC Brunei, MVision, QQestore and Socialdeal Brunei.

Interested B-mobile subscribers can participate by texting FLY to 38833. Additionally, BPL Wap, Cooltones subscribers and Fitness Zone members who are playing the quiz will get 15 points each month.

For more information about FLY2UK subscribers, call B-Mobile at 177 or visit its official website at www.3g.com.bn. Text by Mei Fung Lee of The Brunei Times.

Weekly winners of the Pelangi FM

Weekly winners of the FLY2UK

Guess who was in town…. Nawja Latif 😀 and Nana of KFC had a photo opp with her

Najwa Latif with the staff of KFC


All the best, Khalil


Last Friday, I sent off Khalil Khasfi who has probably landed in New York City and good luck in your future studies in New York and yes, four years is gonna be a long, long time. Thank you for your contribution and your help whenever needed and thank you also for the great partnership you have created between RA and UBD FM. I know it will be tough to have a great leader like you. All the best 😀

Khalil with his friends at the airport before flying off

A farewell gathering for Khalil with his UBD FM mates recently


Khairunissa wins a Dell Inspiron


With the winners of Netcom lucky draw

Khairunissa Azri went home a happy winner yesterday after receiving a Dell Inspiron Ultrabook from Netcom Computer House as part of its lucky draw promotion.

In second place was Ak Mohd Yussof, who won a Dell 1430X projector, while third place winner Gerelson Bernardino won a QNAP TS-219P Network Attach Storage Server.

Nine other winners also received consolation prizes, which consisted of hardware and software from Netcom.

Present to hand over the prizes was Technical Director of Netcom Computer House Chong King Fui and Managing Director of Netcom Computer House Vincent Goh.

The lucky draw promotion was conducted from October 2012 to January 6. However, today saw the start of a new lucky draw promotion, which will continue until April 21, with the grand draw scheduled to be held on May 3. Prizes for this draw include a Dell Optiplex desktop, Dell notebooks and many more.

To join the draw, all customers have to do is purchase a product from any of the five Netcom Computer House branches and complete the lucky draw form.

For enquiries, call Netcom at its headquarters in Kiulap at 2231563/4; at The Mall, Gadong at 2424027/8; at its Tutong branch at 4220651/2; and at its Kuala Belait branch at 3341063/4.

One of the consolation winners

One of the consolation winners

One of the consolation winners

Ak Mohd Yussof won a Dell 1430X projector

Gerelson Bernardino won a QNAP TS-219P Network Attach Storage Server

Khairunissa Azri won a Dell Inspiron Ultrabook


Rewind: Ihtifal TAIB


It was full house at ihtifal TAIB roadshow lucky draw few Sundays ago

Siti Norazima Hj Md Zin was announced as the grand prize winner of an Umrah travel package during the Ihtifal TAIB roadshow’s lucky draw recently at the Airport Mall in Berakas.

In second place was Nurasikin Masri, who won an Osim uDivine 3D Massage Chair, while Masri Hj Ludin took home the third place prize of an Apple MacBook Pro.

To enter the draw, visitors were required to visit various booths at the event, filling up their “Ihtifal TAIB Passport” as they went around. This action would then give the visitor one coupon to enter the draw. Visitors could also increase their chances of winning by applying for selected Perbadanan TAIB products during the roadshow applications for Property Financing would give the customer five coupons into the lucky draw, while applications for Education Financing, Education Kit Financing, Home Improvement Financing, Akaun SiManja and Akaun Tekad Haji Standing Instruction would give the customer two coupons into the lucky draw.

Presenting the prizes to the lucky draw winners were Managing Director of Perbadanan TAIB Yusof Hj Abdul Rahman, Managing Director of Insurans Islam TAIB Hj Osman Hj Jair and Member of the Board of Trustees from Pusat Ehsan Hj Ahmad Hj Abd Rahman.

The lucky draw coincided with the closing ceremony of Ihtifal TAIB, a four-day roadshow promoting products and services of Perbadanan TAIB.

The event was a collaborated effort between Perbadanan TAIB and its subsidiaries: Darussalam Holdings Sdn Bhd and Insurans Islam TAIB Sdn Bhd. A representative on behalf of Perbadanan TAIB stated, “Ihtifal TAIB would not have been a success without the assistance of Darussalam Holdings Sdn Bhd, Insurans Islam TAIB Sdn Bhd, as well as participating partners Brunei Usergroup Lego and Technic (BULAT), Pentagram Design, Tabung Amanah Pekerja (TAP), Jabatan Pengurusan Haji, Pusat Ehsan, the Health Promotion Centre and all the property agents.”

Attendees of the roadshow and lucky draw segment also saw a donation handover from Managing Director of Perbadanan TAIB Yusof Hj Abdul Rahman to a member of the Board of Trustees from Pusat Ehsan Hj Ahmad Hj Abd Rahman. Donation boxes had been set up in all Perbadanan TAIB branches in the Sultanate and a final count was done during the roadshow, where Perbadanan TAIB then presented a total of $1,154 to the special needs centre.

Ihtifal TAIB will be organised in the other districts throughout the year and the grand finale of the Ihtifal TAIB event in September will see one lucky individual win a brand new Hyundai Accent. Text by Zatty Joanda of The Brunei Times.




13th year for CC

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

13th Anniversary for Concepts Computer


It has been 13 years already for Concepts Computer and tonight they celebrated their 13th year existence in Brunei by having an appreciation dinner at Seri Kemayan Restaurant with the Concepts Computer management and their staff and also members of the local media.

Vincent Pao has brought Concepts Computer to new heights with his leadership and vision. He appreciated his staff for their contribution, cooperation and teamwork. He also thanked the organising committee of the appreciation dinner.

Special mention also goes to Acer Sales & Services Sdn Bhd of Malaysia, Servex Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Highpoint Service Network of Malaysia, Epson Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Timetech Computer Trading Co, MCP Computer Pte Ltd of Singapore, Amble Actions Sdn Bhd, MCL Malaysia Bhd and HSBC for the sponsorship of prizes.

I won myself a computer speaker as part of the lucky draw. Our media friend Lai won an Acer V5 notebook :p Thank you Vincent and Concepts Computer for the invitation.

Mr. and Mrs. Pao with the staff of Concepts Computer

Vincent won himself a voucher

Another lucky winner of the 50 lucky draw prizes

Zatty won some goodie bag

I’ve lost count of how many printers Nana has right now

Adam didn’t get his prize until late

Tiger was aiming for the notebook but he ended up with a web camera

Lai was the fortunate one when we had a special draw for media

The “shake, shake” game was hilarious

A lucky winner from the executive management of Concepts Computer

A shock reaction from the audience when she won a projector. It was another special draw for the longest serving staff of Concepts Computer.

Luck was definitely on her side :))

The “shake, shake” game from the guys

One of the scenes of their drama act

No. 12 won the grand prize – Acer V5 notebook to cap off a great evening




Ray is my sign

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

ICON Design Store


Amazing fares at RB

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Oyster Craze!!


Click image to enter Radisson Facebook Page

Radisson Hotel Brunei Darussalam presents mouth-watering “Oysters prepared in Six ways” at Deals Restaurant. Six ways with oysters available for dinner from 6.30pm to 10.30pm and prepared in six exciting ways namely grilled with herb and shallot butter, chowder with corn and pepper, crispy fried with papaya and chilli salsa, classic ‘Rockefeller’ with almond crumbs, ravioli with leeks and tabasco and warm terrine with bonito jelly at only B$24 per dozen or B$18 per half dozen.

“This amazing dish can be enjoyed as an appetizer to complement the main meal or as the main meal for the evening”, said Cameron Lawless, Food and Beverage Manager as well as the Executive Chef. “We are bringing back the oysters until 30 January to satisfy our diners’ craving and leaving them wanting more”.

For table reservations or enquiries, please call the hotel at 2244272.

Deals Restaurant is a modern, refreshing and contemporary venue that offers an extensive menu. Whatever the occasion, a celebration dinner with friends or a formal business lunch, Deals Restaurant is a unique place for you to relax and indulge in something very special. It also opens for lunch from Mondays to Thursdays and Saturdays from 12noon to 2pm. Deals Restaurant is closed on Friday for lunch, public holidays and Sundays.


The Mercedes-Benz A Class


When choosing a new car, consumers see the “Gelber Engel” as a sort of seal of approval as it doesn’t just look at design and image, but also takes into account criteria such as the vehicle’s price-performance ratio, functionality, efficiency, safety and eco-friendliness. Around 290,000 readers of the ADAC’s Motorwelt magazine as well as users of the club’s internet presence took part in this year’s vote. All-in-all, 52 cars were up for election, all of which came on to the market in 2012 for the first time. The Mercedes-Benz A-Class beat all of these to the top spot and is thus the favourite car of the Germans, being awarded the “Gelber Engel 2013” by Europe’s largest automobile club.

The A-Class impresses with its progressive design. Its exterior demonstrates  a particularly independent, sporty character and is complemented by an innovative interior which exudes both class and quality. What’s more, the  
A-Class offers excellent driving dynamics and engines which shine with great performance as well as modern, environmentally-friendly technology.


Mercedes-Benz A Class favourite car of the Germans

At the same time, the A-Class once again highlights the fact that safety at Mercedes-Benz is not a question of price. Amongst other systems, the COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST radar-based assistance system is fitted as standard. Furthermore, Mercedes-Benz has achieved yet another world first by comprehensively integrating the iPhone® into the vehicle’s operating and display concept.

The exceptional position of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class in its segment had incidentally already been agreed upon by readers of AUTO BILD – a specialist magazine with massive circulation figures. The magazine had already voted the compact star the most attractive car in Germany as well as bestowing it the coveted AUTO BILD Design Award 2012.


Briefing for CommunicAsia 2013


Participants at the briefing yesterday

The Authority for Info-communication Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) continues to support ICT companies to participate in the prestigious CommunicAsia 2013 which will be held from 18 to 21 June 2013 at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.  A briefing was conducted at AITI last Thursday and 30 ICT related companies from the ICT Industry attended. 

AITI’s Chief Executive, Mr. Yahkup Menudin in his opening remarks, emphasized the importance of local ICT companies to develop and sell their own ICT services and products so that they can be marketed overseas instead of just being ICT resellers.  Assistant Chief Executive for International Relations, Mr. Wallace Koh Hoe Aik, later briefed the audiences on the terms and conditions of AITI’s subsidised program for overseas exhibiition. BruGPS and Folec  Communications also shared their success stories from their participation in CommunicAsia 2012 last year as an encouragement and sharing their experiences.  Ms Claudine Ang from Singapore Exhibition Services Pte Ltd, organizer for CommunicAsia 2013, was on-site to brief the ICT companies with regards to the venue and preparation process for participating in the event.

CommunicAsia 2013 will feature leading and home-grown exhibitors that will showcase comprehensive range of key and emerging technologies from augmented reality, FTTx, mobile broadband, mobile applications and innovations, nextgen connected services, NFC and mCommerce, OTT, smartphones & devices, telecom power solutions and many others. AITI is confident that CommunicAsia 2013 will continue to provide an excellent opportunity for our local ICT companies to get maximum exposure to potential buyers and to strike partnerships and deals.  Local ICT companies can also leverage this event to establish business networks and alliance with prominent ICT players from all over the world.

Reza Faizal of Folec Communications

As part of an ongoing effort in helping the local ICT Industry to participate in the international exhibition, AITI has came up with a series of incentives/subsidies for ICT companies which are keen to participate in the CommunicAsia 2013.  The subsidies include;
• One return economy air-ticket to Singapore for each participating company
• One standard hotel room.
• Transportation from airport to hotel vice versa
• A 3x2m or 3x3m booth within the Brunei Darussalam Pavilion inclusive of an A1 size colour company posters
Local ICT companies who have their own ICT products/services or have their regional product distributorships are encouraged to participate. Companies that are registered under AITI Accredited Business (AAB) Status will be given priority due to booths limitation. There will be a nominal participating fee of B$500 for each locally registered ICT company.  Application form can be obtained online from www.aiti.gov.bn. The deadline for submission to AITI’s office is on 15 March 2013.

For any query, please contact Ms Ang Hui Nee at 2366675  or email: huinee.ang@aiti.gov.bn or Ms Johana Sumin at 2366678 or email:johana.sumin@aiti.gov.bn


Brunei Meme Competition


Click image to enter Brunei Meme Facebook Page

With memes going viral on the Internet, 1stopbrunei.com yesterday launched the first meme competition to challenge the nation’s creativity and sense of humour.

A meme can be considered as an idea or a behaviour that spreads from one person to another within a culture. Users would imitate any cultural phenomena, usually in the form of catchy phrases, out or inside the society they live in.

Brunei has joined the phenomena popularised through the use of social media. The nation even has its own form of meme which can be found on Facebook at Brunei Memes.

The aim of the competition is to promote the creativity of the public and unite people with the same interest through social media such as Facebook. Criteria of the memes will be judged based on the most important factor humour as well as originality and number of likes they receive from other Facebook users in Brunei.

The winning meme will be selected at the end of each week. It will be displayed on 1stopbrunei.com, as well as other few websites.

For further inquiries or interest in participation, email them to bruneimemes@hotmail.com or 1stopbrunei@gmail.com. Text by Ikhwan Salleh of The Brunei Times.



Swipe to Win 2


Save this number – 8989907 – especially if you have been using your BIBD Credit and Debit Cards. Every Tuesday or  Wednesday Dj Tina and Dj Hum will be calling the lucky winner on their KRISTALfm Breakfast Show to tell them they’ve just won a Galaxy Note 2 just because they’ve recently swiped their cards. So don’t reject that call from 8989907, you’ll be missing out on the cool prize. We’ve got 7 more to give away, so you better stay tuned and don’t forget to keep swiping your BIBD cards.

The grand prize will be the 100,000 Royal Skies. So do keep swiping your BIBD card until 24th February 2013. And do listen to KRISTALfm Breakfast show on Tuesday or Wednesday.








GDA 2013 concludes

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

G-Dragon stole the show


It was such a great honour to be part of the media of the recent Golden Disk Awards in Kuala Lumpur. My guess is that most K-pop fans might be aware of this award and this is the 27th time it was being held. Just imagine this as the Grammys for Korean music industry and it was also a great privilege for Malaysia to host such an event because this is the first time that the Golden Disk Awards is hosted in South East Asia.

The event was sponsored by JTBC and Ilgan Sports, organised by Joongang Culture Media and Mediartncomm Co. Ltd., supported by the Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) together with the Ministry of Tourism and presented by Samsung Malaysia Electronics as the title sponsor.

It was definitely worth the admission fee (RM 688) for the rockpit zone area and those with the Samsung Galaxy Zone (RM999) had the best of the lot because there were able to take close up shots of their idols. I came in as a media and we didn’t have the best spot at the concert area but nonetheless we have access to the press conference as well as the Red Carpet moment where we can take better shots.

I was simply amazed by the set up, the lighting, the sound and the great energy by the K-pop artistes. All in all, for a two-night concert, I gave this a 9/10 rating. I’m pretty those who bought those tickets will share the same sentiment. It would have been nice if the Samsung Galaxy Zone had more spectators but then again, the tickets price might be a turn-off.

I think most of you who followed me on instagram realised on my new found love – Kara *lol* They were simply stunning on stage and their music is pretty catchy too and of course, they have the looks to compliment their talent.

I also finally knew that G-Dragon is the leader of Big Bang and he really stole the show on the 2nd night of Golden Disk Awards 2013. Based on my research, G-Dragon (real name Kwon Ji-yong) is also a song writer, record producer, designer and yes, he’s a rapper too. Ok, you can see that I’m pretty new in the K-pop scene and the first taste of K-pop was at CN BLUE’s concert last year in Bangkok and I was impressed.

A great job by the organisers in putting up a great show!! And a huge thanks to RougePR for taking care of my stay in KL as well as handling the logistics. Ok, it’s me RA signing off …. (and I still can’t get over Kara).

Full list of winners

Song of the Year: PSY (GangNam Style)

Golden Disk Award Song Division: T-ara (Lovey Dovey) / miss A (Touch) / Sistar (Alone) / 2NE1 (I Love You) / Heo-Gak / f(x) (Electric Shock) / Big Bang (Fantastic Baby) / K.will (I Need You) / Secret (Poison) / G-Dragon (Crayon) / PSY (GangNam Style)

Album of the Year: Super Junior (Sexy, Free & Single)

Golden Disk Award Album Division: infinite (Infinitize) / B1A4 (The B1A4) / FT Island (Grown-Up) / CN Blue (3rd Mini Album Ear Fun) / 4Minute (Volume Up) / Beast (Midnight Sun) / Kara (Pandora)

New Rising K-POP Star: EXO / Juniel

MSN Southeast Asia Award: Super Junior

JTBC Best Artiste: Beast

Malaysia’s Most Favorite: CN Blue / Kara

Next Generation Star: BTOB

Most Popular Star: SHINee

Producer of the Year: Han Seong Ho of FNC

Best Dance Performance: Hyuna & Hyun Seung (Trouble Maker)

Best Group Performance: Infinite

New Rising K-POP Star: B.A.P / Lee HI / Ailee

Single Album of the Year: Teen Top (It’s)

Best HIP HOP Star: Epik High

MSN International Award: Big Bang

Galaxy Star Award: Sistar

CeCi Popularity Award: G-Dragon from Big Bang

InStyle Fashionista Award: Lee Hong Ki from FT Island

Results taken from The Sun Daily.

The press fighting for a good spot at yesterday’s press conference

Ailee was super hot especially on stage.. I love her charisma too. No wonder lots of fans screaming.

B.A.P. at the press conference

Teen Top at the press conference

K.will in the house

miss A but I still prefer Kara 😀

Secret are hot too but but but…. I still prefer Kara 😀

f(x) are another girl groupie but still my votes got to Kara

Sistar but you already know what I’m gonna say

Epik High at the press conference

*lol* G-Dragon was cool and hilarious

Even the media have to follow rules and regulations. The door was shut during the press conference.

Lee HI was the last of the lot

The opening act of the night

Another strong crowd on the 2nd day

G-Dragon got an award for Golden Disk Award Song Division for Crayon and Big Bang’s Fantastic Baby, CeCi Popularity Award and also for MSN Internatioanl Award for Big Bang

The photographer not happy with the rulings for media. Apparently we were only instructed to take photos for 10 minutes and taking turns with others.

Yanny was comfortable in her zone and she is a huge fan of G-Dragon

G-Dragon accepting PSY’s award on his behalf for Gangnam Style

PSY giving his acceptance speech. Image taken GDA 2013 Facebook page

The finale of the show – Gangnam Style by the artistes




Kara Fever :D

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

SG 27th Golden Disk Award 2013


Ok, I won’t be saying much but more on my experience in my next post. For now, I’m just uploading pictures from yesterday’s event and also a quick rundown on who won in their respective categories in the Golden Disk Awards 2013.

The event took place at Sepang International Circuit and tonight will be the final show where there are still awards up for grabs. Good luck to all the Korean artistes and Kara, I love you ladies 😀

Here are the lists of winners :- (Souce: Allkpop.com)

▲ Disk Daesang

- Super Junior “Sexy Free & Single”
▲ Disk Bonsang

- 4minute

- B1A4

- B2ST





- SHINee

- Super Junior
▲ Rookie Award


- Juniel
▲ Best Dance Performance Award

- Trouble Maker
▲ Best Group Performance Award

▲ Next Generation Star Award

- BtoB
▲ MSN Southeast Asia Award

- Super Junior “Sexy Free & Single”
▲ Malaysia’s Most Favorite Star Award


▲ jTBC Best Artist Award

- B2ST
▲ Popularity Award

- SHINee
▲ Golden Disk Producer Award

- Han Sung Ho (FNC Entertainment)

Taken at the Sepang International Circuit

The crowd hoping to get spots at the concert

CN Blue had the cool reception from the fans

I believe this is BTOB (if I’m not mistaken)

Crazy fans at the Red Carpet

Aiii.. kecian.. One of them had a slight cough

Enough said… Kara ladies stole my day

Even the crew couldn’t stand the screams during the Red Carpet

This guys are cool… SuperJunior

The media centre.. Around 100 plus reporters and photographers were there

Ok, I see that one lady almost felt flatten out


All the artistes were driven in this

Yanne was my sidekick *lol*

How the Golden Disk Award trophy looks like

Fans waiting for the event

It was definitely worth the wait, aye?

Digi making their presence felt

The sound engineering section

I can see a CN BLUE merchandise

There were many fan signs too

Great show by this group

EXO showing their groove

Best producer goes to him


I think I’m in love with Kara 😀

 FT Island on stage to receive an award

4Minutes were not bad (I still Kara)

 Juniel won the Rookie award

 Even some Bruneians attended the gig 😀




Feel good

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

Mmmm.. Oysters coming back to Deals :D!!


ICON Design Store



Amazing fares at RB


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The Mercedes-Benz C 180 Coupé



University Cup update


The updated table as of 14•01•2013 and click image to enter At-tamwil University Cup 2013 Facebook page

A great result yesterday for ITB “B” who have a perfect record with 2 wins out of 2 matche so far. They overcame a resilient UNISSA “B” and they scored three goals in the second half through Ak Muhd Muez (48th min), Mohd Sarif Mahmud (69th min) and own goal from Ismail. ITB “B” created a few great chances but they weren’t able to hit the target in the first half. UNISSA “B” had a great opportunity late in the first half when they almost scored from a run of play only to have their powerful shot struck the woodwork.

In other matches, ITB “A” redeemed themselves with a 2-1 victory over Brunei Polythenic “B” after the 5-5 draw (against UNISSA “A”) in the opening match last week. Haneef Haji Shaminan scored the winner in the 75th min after Hariz Amin of Brunei Polythenic “B” levelled in the 65th min. In the first half, Ruzaini Mahadi of ITB “A” scored the first goal in the 29th min.

UNISSA “A” was held to another draw, a 1-1 result against bottom team KUPUSB “B”. Kamarul Ariffin scored for UNISSA “A” while Muhd Rusaini Awang leveled for KUPUSB “B”. The result meant that UNISSA “A” is still undefeated but all their three matches have been draws (5-5 against ITB “A”, UBD “A” and now KUPUSB “B”). Now it’s a must win for UNISSA “A” to win their final match and hope other results go their way in the 5-team group table. The top two teams in each group will qualify for the semi-finals.

In the final match last night, UBD “B” defeated KUPUSB “A” 3-1 in the Group B match. UBD “B” scorers were Zulhamizan Jamil (36th min and 87th min) and Abdul Taif Hj Jais (78th min) while KUPUSB “A” scorer was Zulfaris Salleh (85th min). The defeat for KUPUSB “A” meant that they are also at the foot of the table with 3 losses while UBD “B” scored their first victory in the tournament and they are still in contention for a top two finish in Group B.

Honestly, I’m pretty impressed with the At-tamwil University Cup 2013 especially from the co-organisers ITB. The logistics and even the little things are taken care of and a bit shout out to the volunteers as well. I can see this University Cup to be a yearly thing and even bigger than this year. This is a good example that other organisers should follow. A big thanks as well to BIBD At-tamwil for making this possible for the University Cup.

Images for UNISSA “B vs ITB “B”


UNISSA “B” in pink in action against ITB “B” in white. ITB “B” won 3-0 yesterday.

A great turn out for the match yesterday

Fighting for the ball

A lot of appreciation also for the ball boy

A throw-in effort from ITB “B”

I thought football is a contact sport to an extent *ouch*

And down he went

The UNISSA “B” bench almost celebrated but the effort hit the post

Mohd Sarif Mahmud of ITB “B” had a great game yesterday and he also scored in the 3-0 victory

Did you know you can stand a chance to win prizes by attending the matches? Here are the list of winners for yesterday’s match between UNISSA “B” and ITB “B”. Click image to enter their Facebook Page.


Recap: Business school carnival





Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

The Ugly Truth


RA says welcome once again to my edition of the Ugly Truth and yes, a lot has happened in the past few days. Amazing, huh? Then again, the matters which I feel like blogging are pretty subjective and there’s always a fine line on what’s appropriate to publish. Being a blogger for almost 10 years, I’ve learned bits and pieces, here and there and occasionally, yes, “they” do call me to filter things out.

There have been many comments on both telcos in Brunei over the 3G connections. The recent one was today that’s being published in today’s The Brunei Times where one user is actually using both telcos and yet the 3G connections are terrible. I know Gadong have been congested when it comes to 3G and this is due to congestions of having many subscribers at a populated area. I remembered former CEO of DST Idris Vasi said that by implementing more towers will help ease the congestion and make connection smoother. As of now, I’m not sure if these towers are in placed or still at the preliminary stage.

Now with 4G around the corner, it won’t be another easy task especially when it comes to coverage area. Just imagine in Singapore alone that 4G has a nationwide coverage of only 70% and of course, it will grow from time to time. I believe Brunei will follow suit once 4G is made available which is supposedly in the first quarter of 2013. I, myself, can’t wait for the 4G connectivity and test it on the iPhone 5. We shall see once it’s out..

Since I’m on the matter of telcos, there’s one point I want to raise. Once, I predicted how Whatsapp will actually over take SMS and my theory was a year ago when it was during Hari Raya season. I started to realise that friends and families were sending WA messages for their Hari Raya greetings where before we would “traditionally” have loads of SMSes on our smartphones.

One of the officials from a telco company disagreed with my theory that revenue will not be affected and his main reason was subscribers are using 3G data more.. Then again, 3G data doesn’t cost much when it comes to WA-ing unless you are posting photos on instagram or Facebook or surfing my site through smartphones or even forwarding pictures through WA, then that’s a different ball game. But for WA, 3G data doesn’t take much if you are merely conversing or chatting.

By the way, our neighbouring country Singapore has learned about how their users are taking advantage of the unlimited data given and recently they have revamped their packages so the data usage has a cap or limited bandwidth in order to make their business more sustainable. I believe DST will be heading into that direction as quoted by the former CEO of DST by introducing new price schemes. It remains to be seen when this will take place. For now, the most important thing is to make customers happy with the current 3G connection and I truly believe, with the time given, the telcos are capable of delivering better services.

Whatsapp has been more popular than the conventional SMS. What say you?

Perhaps another big news that you may have heard is the recent lucky draw prize incident that took place at the Indoor Stadium last weekend. Oh yeah, guys… please don’t get confused with NBT lucky draw and Consumer Fair because the lucky draw was independently managed by NBT themselves.

I have been hearing different versions of the stories but one thing for sure, a table was flipped by one unhappy customer of NBT. From the information I gather from the witnesses and NBT, I can safely conclude that perhaps the information wasn’t clearly delivered to the audience. Sometimes, we take for granted that the audience or customers know the terms and conditions of the lucky draw even though such presentations have been done over and over again.

Then again, the angry customer might also be in the wrong for his unnecessary vent when he flipped the table in disgust. I believe this kind of things can be done in an appropriate manner and in a more civilised way. Even if the customer is right, there’s no need for this sort of behaviour. This surely shows a bad example of our identity and more on our mentality that we resort to this kind of behaviour when things are seen as unjust or unfair.

According to the press release statement, NBT didn’t break any regulations in terms of the draw. Perhaps if the technical issue of the internet was solved, this matter wouldn’t have arise as well. Apparently, when the BN18,000 lucky draw from NBT was conducted at the Indoor Stadium, there were also customers who were present at the NBT KB showroom and their presence did make them eligible as recipients for the lucky draw.

As I have mentioned before, perhaps the execution of the message or the terms and conditions could have been better. For instance, the organiser would remind the emcee to keep repeating the T&Cs in front of the audience so there won’t be any miscommunicated messages. I remembered Frankie, who emcee-ed for the Consumer Fair lucky draw, and I lost count of how many times he reminded the public about the rules of the lucky draw and guess what? it worked.

Judging from the video that went viral on Whatsapp, I have to salute to the NBT staff for not reacting to the angry customer even though he was nudged a few times. That’s not easy when you are in the situation and being physically provoked too. It would have been a bigger story should both exchanged blows. For this, I admire NBT’s professionalism not to react.

Oh yeah, sometimes it’s best not to spread things if you don’t know the whole story (meaning you only listen to one side of the party). From my general impression, a lot of fingers are pointing to the organizer based on the facts they received from their friends and peers through whatsapp. Some even said the winner was one of the NBT staff which is untrue. There are a few more but I think I just leave it there.

I do hope this won’t affect future lucky draws as the Ministry of Home Affairs are already being strict on the regulations on these kind of prize presentation. Well, this is already our culture in Brunei – to be part of any lucky draw, big or small. Aren’t we spoilt? *lol*

NBT is pleased to announced that TOYOTA owner, Dyg Sukin Binti Sabak (IC No. 129479), who was present at the NBT Kuala Belait Showroom at the time of the draw, fairly and squarely won the first prize [B$18,000], as did the winners of all the other prizes, and that all the lucky draw results including the first prize were independently confirmed and verified by the auditors as correct.

Some of NBT’s KB customers present at the showroom during the draw.

Lately my friends have been wondering what’s up with me? Personally I’m just going with the flow and it’s true that sometimes we don’t see it but others might. Even if it’s such a quick glance, that’s enough to determine how you have been showing up in real life. So far, I don’t feel up or down but just slow and steady. Yes, I do have things that might cloud my mind once in a while but it doesn’t really affect my whole day.

Last year was a great year. Speaking of 2012, I have yet to do my own recap of 2012 *lol* From the rate I’m going, it’s very unlikely that I will post them. Though it was a great one, the hardest part was letting go of a relationship which ended mutually. The process wasn’t easy but it was for the best. I’m still glad that we are close friends and our friendship has kinda rejuvenated. For now, it’s important to focus on my well-being and find happiness within myself and not to be dependent on my happiness from others. That would make a lesser (person) of me and being a love bunny ain’t easy as well. Hmmmm maybe I’m going through a stage of loneliness where I can conveniently talk or communicate with my closed ones or missing that intimate communication (don’t get the wrong ideas haha) or the sense of belonging which could lead to my friends’ concern of me. I don’t know really… The best person to be aware or know of my situation is myself, right? 😀

Now you don’t see this pretty often aye…… This personal side of me especially when it comes to my emotional being. For now, relationship is not my priority. Relationship with myself is more of my purpose and intention. I’m typing this out in the comfort of my seat on flight AK 1693 and I can’t wait to release my energy on tonight’s Golden Disk Awards at Sepang Circuit. For your info, the GDA 2013 is an annual event for South Korea’s prestigious music awards and this will be the first time such event is taking place in South East Asia.

Anyway, here’s RA signing off for the day and my prayers and thoughts to JJ. I don’t know why you are in my thoughts at this very moment but it keeps reminding me to be humble and be who I am. And to Liyana, you’re such a strong woman and your strength have lift hopes for others and not to take things and life for granted. Keep it up and and congratulations on the new born baby, Mohammad Ishaaq Firdaus bin Mohammad Ismael :))

By the way, I haven’t proof read my entry.. So mind me… brb … it’s showtime in Sepang!!!



Final day of CF11

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

Immerse 2 Day workshop


This is a collaboration between iCentre and the British High Commission as they have invited a special guest for “Immerse” workshop for two days. Former BBC executive Krishan Arora (inset pic) will be leading the workshop in aiming to encourage creativity and share knowledge and experience from the UK of interest to the development of media in Brunei.

For interested parties, you drop by iCentre and register yourself for the 2 day workshop.

Profile of Krishan Arora. He is an experienced multi-lingual television executive, with a strong track record in BBC commissioning, broadcast strategy, international co-production and communications, UK and internationally. Moving to France, he became one of the first programmers at Arte in Strasbourg when this innovative public channel launched in 1992.

He became Producer and Head of Development for Antelope, a well-established documentary production company, part of the Tele-Images Group where he produced films for all British broadcasters, mostly coproductions on international subjects including the award-winning feature documentary Srebrenica – A Cry from the Grave. He rejoined the BBC in 2001 as Independents commissioning executive in Specialist Factual. There he developed and managed television programmes for all BBC channels in the areas of history, arts, science and travel.  

In 2005 he was named the BBC’s Independents Executive, an influential role at senior level within Vision, the BBC’s content creation, commissioning and broadcast division. As part of this role he helped manage the BBC’s commissioning systems, and led BBC initiatives in regional development. In mid-2011, he returned to the world of production and consulting, working with companies in Europe and South East Asia.


CF11 update 

The meet-and-greet session and performance wiil be at 5-6pm on Sunday 13 January at the Opening Stage Area of Consumer Fair Part 11.

Visitors can also win one of three Rosken Hampers or 24 consolation prizes each day just by filling in the Rosken questionnaires.

Rosken Skin Repair is a reputable body care brand established in Australia in 1979. PDB Gemilang is the sole distributor in Brunei of the Rosken Skin Repair range of products. Rosken is a well-known brand in Brunei due to its clinically proven formulation in relieving dry skin problems. It is available in all leading pharmacies, supermarkets and minimarkets.

To meet Maria, to win prizes, and to see how beneficial Rosken Skin Repair can be for your body, do visit Booth B10 in Zone B at the Consumer Fair Part 11 in the National Indoor Stadium.

CF11 pictures


The final activities for CF11

Yes, you can jump for freeeeeeeee…

Drop by this booth at Indoor Stadium to check out the Smart Pass for cars

Aaron Sitai of Gadgetplus Store entertaining the public with his SMART Pass gadget for cars

Now you can lock your car even with your engine still running. I’ve got one for myself too.

Quran is also being sold at CF11

It was quite a crowd last Friday at CF11

Baby clothes selling at KidsOclock booth, Booth 27 Zone C

Babiators are also available at KidsOclock booth

You can find old notes too

These hangers are pretty cool and it kinda saves space in your wardrobe

Hmmmmm…. Whatever happened to angry birds?

Awesome prices at Dbook Haus booth

I still remember the Mawi tudung days

Gadgets being showcased at the fair

Jessie checking out the latest Dell XPS 12

Digital Life rated his a good machince. It’s currently out of stock at Netcom Computer.

Feel like doing your interior deco?

One of the hot sellers at Happy Star booth

This monster TV costs BND 15,000 *gulp* but the quality is awesome

You can do a quick health check here


Nancy gets overwhelming support


More than 800 people turned out for Zumba Fitness, the first of four series of ‘Charity for Nancy’ events in support of  Tea Ai Seng, better known as Nancy, the former national athlete who is currently in a wheelchair now after sustaining spinal injuries in June last year.

Held at the Indoor Stadium, the Zumba Fitness ‘Charity for Nancy’ is organised by the Department of Youth and Sports and supported by Susan’s Fitness Studio to raise funds to help ease Nancy’s burden of medical costs and welfare.

Nancy said, “I am touched by the gesture of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports. I would also like to say thanks to Brunei Darussalam National Olympic Council who has also provided me with assistance and also Chung Hwa Middle School’s Principal as well as the Board of Directors for their support.” Nancy is currently recovering from a spinal surgery she underwent on November 23, 2012 at JPMC. Her first surgery was done in Kuching on July 4 last year.

In upcoming activities to raise funds for Nancy, an invitational futsal tournament will be held from January 18 to 20 at the Indoor Stadium.

A Charity Run (5.5km) together with Charity Cycling (42km) event will be held on the night of January 26 at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium. Each participant will have to pay a fee of $20 which will include a special edition T-shirt.

To cap off the activities for the Charity for Nancy, a netball event will be held on February 1 to 3. The participants will be split into male and female categories. The female games will be played at Universiti Brunei Darussalam while the men’s games will be played at the Tutong Sports Complex.

Each team will have to pay a fee of $200 and the closing date for registration is January 26, 2013. Registration forms for all activities can be obtained at the Department of Youth and Sports as well as all the youth and sports branches in all districts. Registration forms for the charity run can also be obtained at Fitness Zone.

For further information, members of the public can contact, the Department of Youth and Sports at 2381903/4/5/6/7 ext 1616, 1630 and 1635. Text courtesy of James Kon of Borneo Bulletin and images courtesy of Bahyiah Bakir of Borneo Bulletin.

Nancy with Datin Paduka Hjh Adina during the Zumba workout

Nancy with Datin Paduka Hjh Adina

YAM Pengirun Muda Abdul Mu’min also showed his support

More than 800 turned up last Sunday




Rolling and rolling..

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Amazing fares at RB


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Prize winners for BIBD customers


Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam Berhad (BIBD) held a prize presentation ceremony yesterday for its ‘Swipe to Win’, BIBD Online and BIBD Mobile lucky draw winners. The small ceremony was held during the 11th Consumer Fair at the National Indoor Stadium.

The winners only had to sign up and use the promoted BIBD products and services to be eligible to win these prizes. Erna Aliza Hj Raya and Dk Hjh Noraini Pg Hj Mohammad were ecstatic when they were announced as the 4th and 5th week winners for the BIBD ’Swipe to Win’ campaign. The two very lucky women brought home with them a Samsung Galaxy Note II each.

Three others – Dk Hjh Norayushima bte Pg Hj Yusri, Mohammad Khairul Hazirin bin Haji Ariffin and Muhammad Rizuan bin Haji Lamit – had smiles on their face as each of them were presented with an iPhone 5 for the iPhone 5 promotion.

Meanwhile, Ismat bin Hj Lamat and Azanor bin Haji Ahad were overjoyed, as they each walked home an iPad Mini, for having the highest Department of Electrical Services and DST top-up usage for the month.

The winners with Ben Lin, Head of Marketing of BIBD

Presenting the prizes to all the winners was Ben Lin, Head of Marketing, BIBD. The lucky draw winners were chosen from BIBD customers who have signed up and used the BIBD Mobile or BIBD Online along with the usage of the BIBD Debit Card or BIBD Credit Card at any retail outlet within the promotion period.

The BIBD ‘Swipe to Win’ campaign will continue on until the 24th of February, carrying along a weekly prize of a Samsung Galaxy Note II for twelve consecutive weeks, along with a final grand prize of 100,000 Royal Skies Miles for one lucky customer. Furthermore, this campaign only requires the BIBD customer to swipe their BIBD Credit or Debit Card at any retail outlet and which will automatically entitle them one ticket for the lucky draw, regardless of the transaction limit.

On the other hand, the BIBD Mobile and Online promotion will be running until the 27th of January, 2013, where each BIBD customer is given one lucky draw entry for each qualified transaction, which will be entered into the upcoming lucky draw, which will be the last one. The grand prizes remain the same for the final edition of the promotion, being three iPhone5s and two iPad Minis. Press release courtesy of Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam.

Heard of Babiators?


I present to you Babiators!!!

What is the most common complaint about children’s sunglasses?

“My child will break or lose them!”

Worry no more as Babiators won’t break, and we believe that protecting kids’ eyes is too important to overlook simply because sunglasses might get lost. That’s why if your child’s Babiators are lost or broken within one year of purchase, we will replace them, no questions asked!

All you need to do to be eligible for the Lost & Broken Guarantee is to register your Babiators within 30 days of purchase.

Just click http://kidsoclock.form2go.com/7224424.html to register and voila… you’re signed up for the Lost & Broken Guarantee!

After you’ve registered, in the unlikely event your Babiators are lost or broken, email us at kidsoclock@ gmail.com to claim your replacement pair.

Check the booth called KidsOclock at Consumer Fair at booth 27 at Zone C and they also have kidswear as well such as Gingersnaps and Gap. You can also visit their Facebook page here.

They are flexible and durable indeed and costs less than BND40

Don’t these kids look good in them? 😀

Check out Babiators at KidsOclock at Consumer Fair at booth 27 at Zone C

It’s so flexible that even it kinda fits Jessie *lol*


Paella at Caliente Restaurant


Do try out Caliente’s Authentic Paella’s
Paella Valenciana (Seafood Paella with Beef Chorizo)
Paella de Verduras ( Vegetarian Paella)
Paella De Marisco (Seafood Paella). 

As their paella are made to order, there is a minimum waiting time of 45minutes. 

Call 2234549 / 7202985 for reservation. Caliente Spanish Restaurant is located at Regent Square, Kiulap. It closes every Monday for your info.

Paella De Marisco (Seafood Paella)

Paella De Marisco (Seafood Paella)






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