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Zul-Fadly

Contributor profile · 5 posts · joined 5 April 2011

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A full time husband and father to a beautiful boy. Have been working as an educator teaching ESL at an All Girl High School. Love cooking and photography.

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1 November 2011

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Brunei's First Social Media Meet Up

Brunei's first social media conference successfully gathered the country's leading bloggers and netizens which showcased the prominent role of the internet in society. GV author Zul-Fadly was there to document...

27 June 2011

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Introducing Brunei's Most Popular Blogger

Meet RanoAdidas, Brunei's most popular blogger. His success as a blogger was recently celebrated even by the mainstream media. He proved that blogging is not only a potential source of...

10 May 2011

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Bieber Fever Hits Brunei

Justin Bieber had sold out concerts in several Southeast Asian countries but it seems he missed out Brunei. And this prompted Bieber fans in Brunei to use the Internet via...

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Brunei: Fake Bus Robbery Alerts Citizens

Last week, news of a bus robbery in Brunei spread fast on Twitter and Facebook. Residents immediately expressed their concern about the safety of public places in Brunei. Then it...

18 April 2011

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Brunei: Twestival Unites Local Netizens

Brunei's first Twestival event gathered the country's leading bloggers and other netizens in support of the Child Development Centre, a group that provides assistance to children with special needs.

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