Brunei Darussalam

EMBASSY OF BRUNEI IN TOKYO PROMOTES THE ABODE OF PEACE

Precisely a month ago today, the Embassy of Brunei Darussalam in Tokyo contacted me for images to promote tourism, nature and culture and that the images would be published in Asahi Shimbun, one of the highest circulated newspapers in Japan and one of the eight largest newspapers in the world along with The New York Times. Working on several themes and emailing each other back and forth, it wasn’t until a week later did we finalise the images. It took me several nights to dig deep into my 6 terabyte archives to find the required files spanning several years to be uploaded to the server. Catching up on happenings a week back following my Tourism Malaysia Mega Fam Trip, I’m delighted to share the published ad campaign (images also include Brunei Tourism’s archives). In case you’re wondering which ones are mine, check out the large version and look for images annotated with a pink flower.

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'Peaceful Brunei' by Embassy of Brunei | click on image to view large version
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'Peaceful Brunei' by Embassy of Brunei | click on image to view large version

Hi Jan,

On behalf of the Embassy, I would like to thank you for your kind cooperation.

It’s been a pleasure working with you. Thank you once again.

Embassy of Brunei Darussalam
Tokyo, Japan

4 thoughts on “EMBASSY OF BRUNEI IN TOKYO PROMOTES THE ABODE OF PEACE

  1. Congrats for the wonderful production. I had the privilege to visit Japan last year. Once of the nicest countries in the world to say the least. To fully enjoy the Japanese culture, I would advise to take up some basic Japanese language lessons.

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    1. Over here in Brunei, to fully enjoy the Japanese culture, we have learned to open our mouths and stuff them full of Sushi and Sashimi. No Japanese lessons required just culinary appreciation!

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  2. Astonishing Jan! Your skills in photography would draw them crowds! We’d be seeing loads of Japanese tourists soon I guess.. ;D hehe.

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