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  • Foundation Of Crossfit 673 Jerudong: Interview Report

    Foundation of CrossFit 673 Jerudong CrossFit 673 Jerudong is a well-known gym in Jerudong, Brunei Darussalam. CrossFit is a high-intensity sport with various workouts that targets all parts of the body. By intensity, it means to do fast workouts within a short period of time. The main goal of all these workouts is to allow individuals to lift more weight and do more workouts than they already can. It is about pushing themselves to the limits and overwriting their limit. Access statement of CrossFit 673 Jerudong For my interview report, I chose CrossFit 673 Jerudong, a CrossFit gym in Brunei Darussalam, as I was a member previously and had close links with my trainers. I approached my trainer, Nicole for an interview. I contacted her through Whatsapp and then proceeded to e-mail her my interview questions and she e-mailed back the relevant answers. I…

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  • National Housing Design Essay

    applicants has been reduced from two acres in the 1950’s to 0.08 - 0.125 acres in the present scheme. The housing program of 2007-2012 has embarked on a shift from detached houses to mix housing types that include semi-detached to terrace house. In 2014, a new design was introduced in public housing in the form of cluster housing. Future housing development will comprise of very high density property (24 units per acre) for sub-urban area and vertical or high rise apartment (up to 40 units per…

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  • Racism In Brunei Essay

    prejudices made by ignorant people. Although this racial issue is not severe in Brunei and may not be taken seriously, it is still prevalent and cannot be denied that racism does happen and exist among Brunei community. There are many kinds of racial discrimination that existed in Brunei. It is in the form of verbal abuse such as racial…

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  • Brunei Darussalam Case Study

    Can Brunei Darussalam economy withstand until the year 2035 or even 2020 with the current economic situation? Every country must have or face problems either social, political or economic issues. Not to mention, Brunei Darussalam also faces these issues. One of the issue that can be seen is economic issues where it can be seen to have effects on the country and also the people. Economic issue is the problem of having limited resources or revenue to satisfy the endless needs of the people and…

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  • Brunei Rebellion Case Study

    Malaysian plan was considered as one of the reason for the outbreak of Brunei rebellion that happened in 1962 considering the fact that the political issues that arise between Tunku Abdul Rahman and Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien. Brunei was one of the smallest provinces compared to other four regions under Malaysian federation, yet the richest amongst all. Hence, this is the reason why Tunku Abdul Rahman had interests in Brunei. Moreover, Brunei has closed relationship with some of the royal family…

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  • Brunei Shell Petroleum Case Study

    Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) is always concerned on the environmental and social factors apart from the operations of their business. The company has a dedicated section known as Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSE). This section has been transparent with their environmental and social activities to show that the company really care about the environmental and social factors. The company is working towards low carbon footprint in its operations and business activities. They are helping…

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  • Nasi Kaok Case Study

    its demands for product specifications and price. These are ways suppliers can impact the business: 2.5.6 Quality Supplier can positively or negatively affect the quality of the business product. Higher quality increases customer satisfaction and decreases returns. 2.5.7 Timeliness: Their timely deliveries or stock availability are crucial to how customers view the business reliability. A quick turnaround can become the key to minimizing the inventory, which in turn leads to less risk of…

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  • The Improvement Of Malaysia In 1963 Case Study

    will make cumbersome nature to the extent racial breakdown in the Philippines. This is because of over 75% of the quantity of tenants in Singapore is Chinese. While the racial structure of the Malay Archipelago included only 49% of the Malays and the rest including the Chinese and Indians. In this circumstance, Tunku thinks of it as important to incorporate Sabah and Sarawak and Brunei in the foundation of Malaysia as 70% of the occupation is locals. The arrangement of Malaysia as to create…

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  • Statement Of Intent For A Poetry Portfolio: Poem

    Writing Portfolio – Poem Statement of Intent I have chosen to write a narrative poem to communicate the emotions I felt when being told once again that we are moving. The idea I am trying to express throughout the poem is that moving houses and schools regularly can be difficult to tolerate. Ask teacher what to write. Poem WE ARE MOVING?! URGH! WHY NOW? How can 6 letters, a word that takes under 1 second to say Change my life, my emotions and just change everything so much? When my…

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  • Reflection Paper On Field Trip

    The field trip would take students to go around kg Ayer as it would pass along the Brunei River which the villages can be seen, this is due to the location between Jong Batu and Lumut Lunting is too far from each other. Having to see the water villages, schools, water taxis, the people who lives in the water villages or even the old rotten house would trigger students’ interests to ask questions about their lifestyles, customs and practices. Particularly, it could help them visualize how trading…

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