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Brunei Darussalam traditional

Brunei is richly endowed with a cultural heritage that the government and the people have worked tirelessly to maintain. The nation’s Arts and Handicraft Centre, for example, is a living testimony to the preservation and the proliferation of the arts ...

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ATV adventure rides and sightseeing Tours

Experience an unforgettable adventure ride, through miles of forests, fields and trails. Explore a beautiful shining beach A fun filles adventure for all ages that let you enjoy the rich beauty and culture of our country while take you to ...

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Starbucks To Stop Throwing Out Perfectly Good Food By 2019

Starbucks said Thursday it will accelerate plans to give all its stores’ unsold ready-to-eat meals to food banks. The chain launched a pilot program six months ago for select Starbucks stores to donate extra food at the end of each ...

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Facebook changes ‘Trending’ feature to rely less on human editors

Facebook Inc (FB.O) changed its popular “Trending” feature, which shows users the most-talked about topics of the day, to make it more automated and further eliminate the potential for human bias, the company wrote in a blog post on Friday. ...

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Scientists find Earth-like planet circling sun’s nearest neighbor

Scientists have discovered a planet that appears to be similar to Earth circling the star closest to the sun, potentially a major step in the quest to find out if life exists elsewhere in the universe, research published on Wednesday ...

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FDA recommends Zika testing for all blood donated in U.S.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended on Friday that all blood donated in the United States and its territories be tested for Zika virus, as it moves to prevent transmission of the virus through the blood supply. The agency ...

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Bhutan’s dark secret to happiness

On a visit to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan, I found myself sitting across from a man named Karma Ura, spilling my guts. Maybe it was the fact that he was named Karma, or the thin air, or the way ...

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Tamu Kianggeh (Kianggeh Open-air Market)

Tamu Kianggeh is a vibrant market in Brunei and has been around since 1960s. It is located on the banks of Kianggeh River where residents of Kampong Ayer travel to and fro the capital

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Turns Out, Facebook’s Trending Robots Aren’t Better Than Humans

Facebook has fired the humans who oversaw its trending topics section. The curated list of links to news stories is now what a Facebook blog post calls “a more algorithmically driven process.” The move comes just a few months after a controversy ...

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This Hotel has the Coolest Sky Gardens in the World

The PARKROYAL on Pickering Hotel in Singapore features six incredible sky gardens that are cantilevered at every fourth level between the blocks of guest rooms. The 367-room hotel cost $350 million to build and features 15,000 square metres (161,459 sq. ft) ...

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