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Monthly Archives: April 2017

National Savings Day Roadshow

The Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam, AMBD continue its efforts to raise the public’s awareness specifically students on the importance of savings and tackling financial issues. With the theme “Financial Literate Generation,” the National Savings day roadshow was jointly organised with ...

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PISA Field Trial

1540 students from 28 governments, private and international secondary schools and colleges are involved in the Programme for International Student Assessment, PISA, ‘Field Trial’. The participants are fifteen year olds and the trial is held according to the schools’ assessment ...

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Perantisan I Ready

Sejauh mana berkesan nya Sistem Perantisan i-Ready, khusus buat semua lepasan Mahasiswa dan Mahasiswi UBD dan apa pendapat biskita?

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Buletin Sukan 05-04-2017

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Sejarah Taman Haji Sir Muda Omar Ali Saifuddin

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Chinese engineer ‘marries’ robot after failing to find a human wife

A Chinese engineer has “married” a robot he created after failing to find a human spouse. Zheng Jiajia, 31, an artificial intelligence expert who designs and creates robots in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, created the “female” robot at the end of ...

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Retro laptop

This cool music-box looking thing is Datamancer’s Steampunk laptop. Don’t be fooled by its retro look, there’s a perfect running HP ZT1000 laptop, underneath all that wood and metal gears, it’s even capable of running both Windows and Linux. Nobody ...

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This Little Flashlight Is So Powerful It can Start a Fire and Cook Breakfast

The FlashTorch Mini flashlight is about as close as you can get to a real-life, commercially-available lightsaber. Its 2300-lumens halogen light output is enough to start a fire or cook an egg. Created by Wicked Laser, the FlashTorch Mini is ...

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Beach Space Separators – A Polish Tradition

If you’re planning a vacation on the shores of the Baltic Sea, in northern Poland, you’d better buy or build yourself a space separator if you want to fit in. The bizarre accessory is apparently a must on Polish beaches, ...

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The Architectural Experiments of Terunobu Fujimori

Some of his works may not even look like real houses, but Terunobu Fujimori is one of the world’s most acclaimed architectural designers. His unconventional works have been displayed all around the world, and, believe it or not, people actually ...

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