In this post we look at attitudes towards skin colour in Brunei, from Tasya’s reflections on skin whitening, to Santika’s burgeoning interest on perceptions of skin colour, finally Columnist in his essay on binary oppositions and ideals.
In this episode, Teah, Jay, and Dibah talk about action figures and collecting things.
We at Open Brunei reflected on our experiences of the Singapore MRT and the London Underground, and wondered what a metro service (or MRT/LRT) system would look like for Brunei. Where would the stations be? How many lines would there be? And how would it all fit together?
And so, using the data available to us, we propose to you – drumroll, please – a metro service for the Brunei-Muara district.
Teah, Dibah and Jay discuss chain mails, not wanting your family members to die and kids dying of fake cancer.
In this episode Teah, Jay, Faiq and Dibah discuss washing machines and how technology is perceived in Brunei. Dibah also relates her frustrations of finding the ‘right washing machine’.