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· May, 2008

Stories about Brunei from May, 2008

First Brunei Climbathon

Ranoadidas blogs about the first Brunei Climbathon held last weekend

Brunei student in London University

My Passion mentions some of the “mini experience” of the only Bruneian student in London University.

Southeast Asia: Coping with the rice and food crisis

Food prices continue to rise in the world market. Southeast Asian governments are now re-examining their food and agricultural policies in order to prevent consumer panic and social unrest. Bloggers...

Brunei: Public and private schools

Local Freakonomics wonders why many Bruneians think private schools are better than public schools.

Brunei: Energy conservation marathon

Brunei Lifestyle announces Brunei’s half-day energy conservation marathon next week. “Bruneians are urged to take part in the ‘e-Saving’ drive simply by turning off unused electrical appliances, use them in...

Brunei: Medical education

Doctors Mess Club reviews the medical training in Brunei

Brunei's blog of the year

Turquoise and Roses congratulates Brunei's blog of the year: Kurapak & Crew

Brunei: Rubber industry

The Daily Brunei Resources note that many Bruneians have forgotten that it was coal, rubber and cutch which sustained their country a century ago.

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