The 28 of them left Brunei by air yesterday in a ceremony attended by the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, Dato Paduka Hj Jemat. Although they’ll be gone for about two months, the ship won’t be coming to Brunei’s waters this year. Hopefully they’ll come back to Brunei with a much broader view of ASEAN and Japan, and make our neighbours and friends want to know more about Brunei. Read more below.
28 Youths Embark On Journey Of Friendship Around Asean, Japan Brunei Times
Culture, Youth and Sports Permanent Secretary, Dato Paduka Hj Jemat (R), handing over the national flag to Hjh Noor Maslina Hj Sulaiman, Sseayp Brunei National Leader prior to their departure yesterday, while Japanese Ambassador to Brunei Noriki Hirose (2nd R), looks on. Picture: BT/Rudolf Portillo
Japan Ambassador Bids Farewell To Ssyeap Participants Brunei Times
Japanese Ambassador, Noriki Hirose (R), speaking to delegates of the 25th Bruneian contingent for Ssyeap at the Japanese Embassy during a departure ceremony. Picture: BT/Koo Jin Shen
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