Racism is widespread among Brunei communities, Although it is subtle the existence of racism is undeniable. The presence of racism in Brunei should be eradicated to form a harmonized country. The act of racism could also affect the image of a country and its well-being. Thus, it is vital to put an action against this alarming issue. There are several ways that can be made to diminish racism.
According to Fung (2011) assessed that in Brunei, one third of young people are classified under obese and overweight. Unnoticeably, however palpable in the local Ministry of Health, MOH data in 2008 that the leading cause of death particularly from heart cardiovascular diseases (Yap, 2014). According to Brunei Times, BT (2014) in the news emphasized non-communicable diseases such as obesity is one of the most Brunei health’s major concern. Recently, there is a rising awareness of health in Brunei after the publication of health statistics done in Ministry of Health that spreads throughout the media that grasps many attentions from the citizens. Thus, it is important that everyone’s roles in the society such as the government, and the individuals to play their part in achieving
Brunei , officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace , is a sovereign state located on the north coast of the island of Borneo, in Southeast Asia. In addition to its coastline with the South China Sea, the country is completely surrounded by the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. It is divided into two parts by the Sarawak district of Limbang. Brunei is the only sovereign state completely on the island of Borneo; the rest of the island's territory is divided between the nations of Malaysia and Indonesia. The population of Brunei was 408,786 in July 2012.
As the use of social media is broad, young individuals can easily access social media to communicate in order to express their feelings and share stories instead of face to face interaction. This may affect the way of life of the social and cultural activities of the Brunei society. As an example, the way how people behave nowadays and the way how they dress is following trends from outside countries such as Korea, Japan and London that may be against our traditional Bruneian culture. Research will be focus on Bruneian only, as a proper consideration of the issues concentrate on the arising use of social media that has led to the changes that have occurred in Brunei in a concern of language, communication and culture. The secondary data for references about the impacts of social media in Brunei are limited and a longer period of time would have allowed more accurate assessment of attitudes as researchers were only given a short period of time to conduct the survey questionnaires for data
Transportation - Get In By plane The only airport in Brunei is the Brunei International Airport (BWN), the hub of Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA). The airport itself is small but clean and functional. After an excessive expansion and high losses in the 1990s, the RBA reduced its services considerably, but still offered a decent network with daily flights to London, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Kota Kinabalu as well as four weekly non-stop flights to Kuching. Prices for transit through Brunei are attractive and you are guaranteed with a smile. In addition, Singapore Airlines flies twice weekly from Singapore and Malaysia Airlines twice a week from Kuala Lumpur.
It is characterized by seven elements, including: (i) extent of forest resources; (ii) forest biological diversity; (iii) forest health and vitality; (iv) productive functions of forest resources; (v) protective functions of forest resources; (vi) socio-economic functions of forests; and (vii) legal, policy and institutional framework.” (UNEP, 2007). Sustainable forest management embraces the idea of the forest as providing various different products and several various natural services (FAO, 2007). Sustainable forest management will consequently produce a range of products and services which may or may not include timber (FAO, 2007). SFM as a result refers to the multiple use of the forest (FOA, 2007). The term ‘management’ refers to the management of resources, inventorying and yield calculation (FAO,
As we know that forest is a natural system that has been supplied human with various products and services. There is particular type of forest management that involved sustainability which is sustainable forest management. Sustainable forest management means the environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable management of forests for present and future generations. The purpose for forest management is for preservation of forest where it designated to protect natural environments and biodiversity and to conserve the forest as conservation is responsible to limited the use of forest resources so that it can be used more sustainably longer into the future, rather than allowing it to be used up quickly and then be gone
Brunei Darussalam is an energy-rich Sultanate on the northern coast of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Brunei boasts a well-educated, largely English-speaking population, excellent infrastructure, and a government intent on attracting foreign investment and projects. In parallel with Brunei’s efforts to attract foreign investment, the country has improved its protections for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). Citizens pay no taxes and receive free education through to the university level as well as free medical care and, frequently, subsidized housing. Over the past few years, researches have been carefully examining the ways that foreign workers impact to the economy of the country.
History of Development To commence with, it is important to have background knowledge about the history of public park development, its management and funding system before assessing their values and analyzing the challenges. During the mid to late nineteenth century, the idea of public parks and landscape design were hot topics in town (GreenSpace). According to the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Report (2014), “the
Importance of forests Importance of Forest is as below. IV. Bring Rainfall: Forests are responsible for rains on the land. Due to forests, the clouds get cooled and convert to rain water. So one can notice heavy rainfall in the areas of forests and around.