| Wani Roslan |
THIRTY students of Cedar Primary School from Singapore yesterday paid a visit to the Language and Literature Bureau (DBP).
The Singapore students will also visit government ministries and departments.
DBP officials were on hand to welcome the Year 5 students, who were accompanied by six teachers, including the deputy-principal of the school, James Peh.
Language Officer and Assistant Head of Publication and Marketing Division Hajah Rasiah binti Haji Tuah briefed the young visitors on the vision and mission on the establishment of DBP.
The students participated in activities that included Jawi writing, and visited an exhibition.
The visit allowed students to experience the culture and history of Brunei Darussalam.