Category Archives: BAJA News

BAJA pre-departure orientation for new Monbukagakusho scholarship recipient

On 11 March 2016, the Brunei Association of Japan Alumni (BAJA) held a sharing session for three new Japanese scholarship recipients at the Embassy of Japan. Ms. Nur Azimatul Quddsyiah Haji Maidin, who received the MEXT scholarship will pursue her … Continue reading

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BAJA’s 2014 Annual General Meeting

BAJA held its 2014 AGM last Friday evening, January 30th, 2015, at the Millenium Restaurant in Beribi. Guest of honour was Her Excellency Madam Noriko IKI, the Ambassador of Japan to Brunei Darussalam. One highlighted point during the AGM was … Continue reading

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Dr. Fadil Galawat paid a courtesy call on PM Shinzo Abe

The event was on the agenda of the recent ASJA and ASCOJA Governors’ Meetings held in Tokyo recently. 5ryn

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baja.org.bn welcomes Dlynne as its new editor

She’s been taking care of BAJA’s FaceBook for the past year and we hope that with this added responsibility, BAJA’s publicity will have one strong voice. Welcome aboard Dlynne and may the odds be ever in your favour. 5ryn

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New BAJA Executive Committee for 2014/2015

BAJA recently held its biannual Executive Committee elections.  This was held at the Ba’diah Hotel on Friday 24th January 2014.  Following on from the results of the elections, there’s two changes: * Dr Fadil Galawat is the new Vice-President, and * … Continue reading

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The Diplomat interviews H.E. Kenichi SUGANUMA, the Japanese Ambassador The Diplomat’s J.T. Quigley spoke with Kenichi Suganuma, the Japanese Ambassador to Brunei, about the future of his country’s 30-year relationship with the Sultanate.

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A message from a BEDB officer

Basically I am interested to talk to graduates who may have an interest to be entrepreneurs. At the moment, as you may know, a majority of Brunei’s graduates aim for jobs – be it with Government or the private sector. … Continue reading

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