Umi Fakhriyah Hj Mohd Norzairi represents Brunei’s karate-do team and she first took up the sport at the age of 15, where she joined the club a part of her school’s co-curricular activity.
Nazurah Usop gets her inspiration from the different types of music she listens to, the buildings and cityscapes in her travels, and her love for flora and fauna. She is a self-taught artist and insists that besides inspiration, it is crucial to have passion when creating art.
In Brunei, origami is not as widely practiced but it can be seen in Japanese expos and events. Today in Voices in Brunei, we met with Nurhayati Mustapha, who creates 3D origami figures and [...]
Dancing is a niche profession but is growing part of the creative industry in Brunei. There have been more talent shows in the country and we have seen a lot of dance groups performing in spectacles around the Sultanate. [...]
The music industry in Brunei is not as well-known [...]
Over the past few years, there have been a [...]
Over the past few years, the field of performance [...]
With Brunei’s film industry growing like never before, we [...]
Carpentry is a fascinating industry to dabble into in [...]
The creative arts industry is silent but ever-growing in Brunei. With many […]