Excessive Thoughts by Koo Jin Shen
16 May 2013
- PIRATED media played a massive part in my life when I was growing up. When the bogus industry first came to Brunei, for humble folk, the temptation was just too great — after all, it took only a few dollars to own a massive collection of movies, songs or games. There weren't enough hours in the day to watch, listen or play them all.And that was before DVDs, when piracy reached its peak. It was no secret that high street shops were selling premium titles at a fraction of...
9 May 2013
- I OWE much to my family. The family unit in Brunei is considered crucial in its social-economic culture. It provides support in times of trouble, and helps take care of the elderly instead of relying too much on institutions that can be typically found in other countries.Every member in a family will have strong influence on youths, who are guided and moulded. Not just parents, but grandparents, aunts and uncles, sisters, brothers and...
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