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Noor Hidayah

I am a Bruneian Muslimah who is temporarily residing in the UK. I have a basic understanding of business, economics, psychology, sociology and behaviour analysis. I hope to contribute in any way possible to the holistic betterment of my people and humanity as a whole, if God wills it.

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Latest posts by Noor Hidayah

3 April 2009

Brunei joins Earth Hour for the first time

Many bloggers praised the decision of Brunei to support Earth Hour for the very first time last week. Noor Hidayah gathers the reactions of Brunei bloggers and monitors the participation...

1 April 2009

The first Brunei Postgraduate Symposium

Two weeks ago, the first Bruneian Postgraduate Symposium was held at the Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental African Studies in London. The symposium provided an oppprtunity for Bruneian students to...

9 February 2009

Brunei: Who deserves the undistributed zakat funds?

Before Brunei was swept by floods, the hot topic in town was the hundreds of millions in surplus of the zakat or tithe collections. The recipients of the zakat should...

27 January 2009

Brunei after the floods: A time of loss and prayers

Two persons died in Brunei due to the recent flooding that swept the Asia-Pacific region. Brunei has experienced the worst flooding in the past few weeks. More Bruneians are using...

14 December 2008

Brunei: The ‘Ali Baba’ syndrome

Brunei has the potential to achieve economic diversity. However, development is hampered by little or lack of productivity. The Bruneian Malay culture may in fact be one of the reasons...

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