Bandar Seri Begawan

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Ban·dar Se·ri Be·ga·wan

 (bŭn′dər sĕr′ē bə-gä′wən)
The capital of Brunei, on the northern coast of Borneo.

Bandar Seri Begawan

(ˈbɑːndɑː ˈsɛrɪ bəˈɡɑːwən)
(Placename) the capital of Brunei. Pop: 64 000 (2005 est). Former name: Brunei

Ban•dar Se•ri Be•ga•wan

(ˈbʌn dər ˈsɛr i bəˈgɑ wən)
the capital of the sultanate of Brunei, on the NW coast of Borneo, in the Malay Archipelago. 63,868.
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Karim (1993:8) provides the information that the stone was purchased as part of a shipment of stones from Kota Batu for the building of a shop house in Brunei Town (since 1968 Bandar Seri Begawan).
BARIP, whose members were the most nationalistic of all, erected an arch in Brunei Town with the slogan 'Restorer of Peace and Justice'; placed next to the Union Jack was a flag with another slogan, 'The sole right of the Sultan and the Subjects'.
Born on 5 April 1923 at Kampong Sungai Kedayan, Brunei Town.
In 1970, the national capital, Brunei Town, was renamed Bandar Seri Begawan in his honor.
One of the centres of the rebellion was Limbang, which is about 12 miles south of Brunei town.
Earlier in his career, however, he been First Secretary in Kuching (1964-5), Jesselton (1965-7), Brunei Town (1967), and Jakarta (1970-2).
Inche Mohd Jamil was educated at Brunei Town Malay School (1928-35), the Sultan Idris Training College (1939-41 and 1948-9), Kanri Yosezyo Training Centre, Kuching (1944-5), Serdang College of Agriculture, Selangor (1950-1), and the City of Worcester Teacher-Training College, UK (1956-7).
Very little information is available about Ahmad Tajuddin's role during the Japanese occupation, which commenced on 22 December 1941 with the arrival in Brunei Town of an army unit from Kuala Belait under a Capt.
Born on 1 May 1950; educated at OKSB Malay School, Kilanas, 1958-63; at Bendahara Sakam Malay School, Bunut, 1964-5; at SMJA Malay School, Brunei Town, 1965-6; at Malay Middle School I (Sekolah Menengah Melayu Pertama [thus]), 1966- 9; and at Paduka Seri Begawan Malay College, Jalan Muara, 1970, which became a Sixth Form Centre at that time.
In the early stages I went to a Catholic school in Brunei Town.
Born in (berasal dari) the Kampong Bakut Cina section of Kampong Ayer on 9 March 1923, his early education was at the Jalan Pemancha Malay School in Brunei Town between 1934 and 1939 (PB 15.
2) Between 1954 and 1957 he served as Chairman of the Brunei Town District Advisory Council and an observer on the State Council.

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