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30
Jan

CF Part II

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in News, RA News

 

At-Taqwa Travel Tours
 

 

  
 

Happening tonight 
 


The crazy sales is back at YMRM only for tonight. check out the poster for details.
 

  

 

Dell roadshow at TS 
 

 

 

Netcom Computer House, the Authorized Distributor of Dell products, is currently holding the 2nd Dell Roadshow at Times Square Shopping Centre, from January 29th to 31st  from 10am to 10pm.

The roadshow features the latest line up of Dell products, including the laptops featuring the 6th Generation Intel Core Processors and with the Pre-installed Windows 10. Customers have the opportunity to experience the newly released The Skylake model, called the XPS 13 9350. It’s compact, made of a mix of thick metal on the exterior and rubbery carbon-fiber on the palm-rest and features a chiclet backlit keyboard. Also on display are the Dell Inspiron 11 (3158) with the i3 6100 Processor from the on the Go series which can be flipped as a tablet.

Check out the All- in-One family series; Dell 23 AIO Desktop and the new line of 2016 Series of Monitors that are available including the Entry, Professional, Studio and Ultrasharp series, and the impressive a Dell 27”SE2716H Curved Monitor with LED, where you can lose yourself in the immersive experience of elegantly designed thin bezels and superb sound.

Also available are a full line of accessories, many of which are new updated models, of wireless mouse, keyboards, hard disk drives, all of which are the latest available items in Dell’s great line of products for the Brunei market.

Additionally, for every purchase of  a notebook or desktop, customers are entitled to purchase the Microsoft Office 2016 home and student (1 user) for only $139.

Baiduri Visa/Master Credit Card holders enjoy additional 5% Discount on selected Dell items during the roadshow.

For more information, please contact Netcom’s Times Square branch at 2339967.

 

 

 

 

  
 

Consumer Fair 2016 
 


Hui Chiet showing some shooting skills at Red Bull booth at Consumer Fair. Find out more how you can participate and win some prizes.
 


The ladies wearing Mountain Dew t-shirts during Consumer Fair.
 


Spinning the wheel action after purchasing some items at Kingston Beverage & Creamery booth at Consumer Fair
 


Blood Donation drive at JPMC booth at Consumer Fair yesterday
 

 


Malaysia celebrity @missfazura entertaining her fans and also showcasing her product
 


The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf mascot
 


There is also BIBD presence at Consumer Fair
 


Check out You•C1000 booth for more information about Have you seen Sairol game.. Stand a chance to win Manchester United items such as a jersey signed by RVP.
 


The jersey signed by Rob Van Persie
 


Also you can win a RVP signature on this ball
 


DST have a huge pavilion at Consumer Fair
 


The Simpor Pharma booth.. I’m surprised that the company also sell other products other than pharmaceutical.
 


Chewable candies for kids
 


Interesting product for the toilet seats. Now available at Simpor Pharma
 

 


Fans of Doraemon will be happy. Lots of stuff to buy here at Consumer Fair.
 


That’s a huge cat indeed
 

 

 

  
 

02
Oct

Close but no cigar

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in DPMM FC, News

 

DPMM FC focus on S•League 
 

There were 7 minutes away from reaching their first finals of the Singapore RHB Cup last week but like they also say the ball is always round and anything can happen.

DPMM FC were 3-1 up on aggregate earlier by the first 45 minutes before Home United staged a miracle and dumped DPMM FC out of the tournament. Roy O’Donovan and Rodrigo Tosi have given DPMM FC the luxury of a two goal cushion but Sirina Camara scored a crucial goal before half time and it went down hill after the break.

DPMM FC ended losing 4-3 on aggregate after coming off in a 1-1 draw in the first leg.

“I got to agree that it is very disappointing but in every game you got to learn from it and most of the players have never been in this situation before, the semi-final of this cup, but I told my players that we have done so well in the league and we need to bounce back against the Warriors,” said Steve Kean, DPMM FC head coach, in the post-match conference last week.

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“When we were defending high against the quick players, (especially) when we dropped back, what happened in front was the midfielders started to track all the players but the back four drops and they (Home United) got players like Lee (Lee Kwan Woo) and Qiu (Qiu Li) who have the abilities to open up the game when they have the space. They did not have that space in the first-half,” he said.

 


Tosi challenges the ball in their 3-2 defeat against Home United last week in the Singapore Cup. Image courtesy of S•League
 


DPMM FC’s Azwan Ali in action last week in the 2nd leg of the semi-finals of the Singapore Cup. Image courtesy of S•League.
 


Back in the S•League matches, Balestier Khalsa’s Goran Ljubojevic scored a penalty for the crucial victory. DPMM FC still hold a 5 point cushion lead from last night’s result between Balestier Khalsa and Home United. Image courtesy of S•League.
DPMM have four matches remaining in the S-League where they are scheduled to take on Warriors, Balestier Khalsa, Albirex Niigata (S) and Tampines Rovers in October.

It was a relief that Warriors FC failed to gain any points last night against the resurgent Balestier Khalsa FC who scored a late penalty through Goran Ljubojevic. This means that DPMM FC lead (46 points) maintains by 5 points over next rivals Warriors FC, Albirex Niigata FC and Home United (41 points). Tonight Home United or Tampines Rovers FC have the chance to close the gap for any chance to catch up with DPMM FC. A draw won’t do them any favour indeed.

DPMM FC will take on Warriors FC at Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium next Tuesday. Let’s hope for a much needed home win and with four games remaining, it’s DPMM FC’s title to lose now.

 


In other news, DPMM FC has a new ambassador for the isotonic drink YOU•C1000 and he will be featured in advertorials for the said product. Recently there was handover of the poster from Katherine Hii whose company distributes YOU*C1000 isotonic drink to DPMM FC full back Sairol Sahari
 

  

15
Mar

#ThePerfectThree

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in DPMM FC, News

 

DPMM FC, perfect record 
 


DPMM FC celebrating their goal against Home United last night at Jalan Besar Stadium. DPMM FC won 3-0 and maintain a perfect record in the S•League
Steve Kean does live up to his word. He aimed for 3 points and nothing less than a draw. He was wary of the quality of their opponents last night but Kean had high hopes because of the strong partnership for DPMM FC’s attacking line. He was happy that Roy O’Donovan has settled and gelled in well with the players despite his late arrival and missing most of the pre-season training which lasted six weeks. Last night was a great testament of O’Donovan’s calibre as a marquee player as he scored a brace in DPMM FC’s 3-0 away victory Home United (Protectors).

DPMM FC had a comfortable half time lead with O’Donovan scoring in the 25th minute and Rodrigo Tosi in the 36th minute. DPMM FC had a few chances that they failed to convert. The Protectors also had scoring opportunities but their finishing failed to find the net. After the break, Tosi added the cushion lead to give a much comfortable lead and the win. After two away victories, the memories of last season was easily forgotten when DPMM FC finished 8th last season. DPMM FC were usually vulnerable away from home last season. It was more of different story now. They have scored four away goals and conceded none in two away matches and DPMM FC are also invincible at home.

Kean is definitely happy with the maximum 9 points and this will give more smiles to the DPMM FC management on the consecutive victories since the start of the season.

According to the interview by S•League, Kean were happy with his players but it is still a long journey ahead.

“When we don’t have possession of the ball, we worked very hard – not only the back four but the whole team,” he said after the match.

“There were periods in the game where after you score, you’re always a little bit open to conceding but we kept our concentration and worked our socks off the ball. It wasn’t the three goals but the clean sheet that pleased me most. I think they can [play better than what they did today] and we’ve evolved into a real good side but I still think there’s still more to come from us.”

I was a bit surprised that Home United failed to find the net, given that they have a high good scoring goal ratio. I believe that the fixtures that they are having might take a toll on them. Three days before, they had an AFCCup match against an Indonesian club and soon they are traveling to India for their next AFC Cup match.

DPMM FC’s next match will be on at Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium on Sunday 23rd March as they take on champions Tampines Rovers, the other undefeated team in the S•League. Pictures taken by Darren Ho from the S•League.


DPMM FC Roy O’Donovan finally opened his goal account with a brace. He even hit the woodwork earlier in the game. Good things to come for the former Sunderland player.
 


Lee Kwan Woo of Home United had chances but failed to score and thanks to the towering defence of Boris Raspudic and Shahrulrizal Abd Rahman of DPMM FC. They have protected the keeper on three occasions and kept a clean sheet in the process.
 


Left back Sairol Hj Sahari was magnificent outing and even clear the ball off the line. In this picture, Sirina Camara of Home United skipping a tackle by Sairol and he also had his shot saved by Wardun Yussof in goals
 


Lee Kwan Woo of Home United sighed after missing a scoring opportunity against DPMM FC
 


It was good to see Hendra playing some match time after subbing for Roberto. Shahrazen was also introduced late in the game and it was also his first match appearance in the S•League this season
 


Wardun Yussof has kept two clean sheets and he was dominant in goal against Home United
 


It was good to see some DPMM FC Brunei supporters at Jalan Besar Stadium
 


Rodrigo Tosi has scored in all three games for DPMM FC. He’s definitely a key player for DPMM FC.
 


The first team line up for DPMM FC against Home United
 


The young DPMM FC fan supporters from Brunei at Jalan Besar Stadium
 

  
 
Japan Festival at Times Square 

 


YAM Pengiran Anak Haji Abdul Wadood Bolkiah and His Excellency Kenichi Suganuma, the Ambassador of Japan to Brunei Darussalam with their spouses and Amal Majidah, the General Manager of Times Square Property Management at the launch of the Japan Festival 2014

This is the second time that the Japan Festival is being held at Times Square Shopping Centre with the support of the Japanese Embassy last Thursday. The event will end on Sunday , 16th March 2014.

Present to launch the Japan Festival at the atrium of the shopping centre were YAM Pengiran Anak Haji Abdul Wadood Bolkiah as the guest of honour and the Ambassador of Japan to Brunei Darussalam, His Excellency Kenichi Suganuma, and both placed the replicas of sakuras (cherry blossoms) on a man-made sakura tree.

In his speech, Suganuma told the audience that this was a special year for Japan and the Sultanate as it marks 30 years of friendship between the two countries. The ambassador also added that patrons visiting the four-day fair will enjoy a variety of Japanese activities. These include Manga drawing contest, Karate-do and origami demonstrations as well as cooking demonstrations by the ambassador’s chef.

Meanwhile, Amal Majidah, the General Manager of Times Square Property Management, who was dressed in a traditional “Yukata”, thanked the organisers, sponsors, tenants and exhibitors who were involved in making this event a success.

At a side event, a ceremony for the Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendation Award, which consisted of a certificate and gift presentation, was handed by the ambassador to the President of the Brunei Japan Friendship Association (BJFA) – Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) Chapter.

The ceremony ended with Master Yamada Shihan and three members from Akido Federation of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia demonstrating the Japanese martial art.

The festival, is part of a series of events marking the 30th anniversary of friendship between Japan and Brunei. The event is also supported by the BJFA – UBD Chapter, the Japan Foundation and the council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR) Japan.

Some of the activities are such as Martial Art Demonstration (Aikido), Sushi eating competition, ongoing quizzes, Japanese Cooking Demonstration by Misato, Manga Drawing, Soran-bushi dance, cosplay, and Kawaii (cute) baby contest. So do drop by Times Square Shopping Centre this weekend.


The guest of honour placing the flower on the Sakura tree to officiate the opening


Shahbudin Musa, the President of the Brunei Japan Friendship Association (BJFA) – Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) Chapter thanking the Japanese Foreign Minister on the Commendation Award


Handing over of the souvenir


The Aikido demonstration


The Aikido demonstration


One way to distract your opponents


The emcee from the Japanese Embassy


A van from Nissan


Touring around the booths and this is at Hana Soy & World booth, selling soya from HS. Healthy stuff!!


Trying out the Yukuda outfits


Trying out the Yukuda outfits


Want to learn more about Japanese culture and language? Check this booth out. I got some brochures from here 😀


Guest of honour visiting Malppy’s booth


Origami on display

  


In Need for Speed? 
 


Exclusive for Volkswagen Owners in Brunei

Maju Motors Sdn Bhd, the official dealer for Volkswagen vehicles in the Sultanate will be giving its owners an exclusive screening of the much awaited for blockbuster movie, Need for Speed. Owners were called and informed to pick up vouchers that will entitle them to two movie tickets for this Sunday’s 10.50am showtime (16th March).

This event is held to show gratitude towards the never ending support of its customers and also to strengthen ties with the customers as well as their families and friends. Need for Speed the movie is a film inspired by one of the most played car racing games also titled Need for Speed. The Mall Cineplex will have a number of showtimes for this movie in order to accommodate for the crowd that is expected to show up for this movie.

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