The Language and Literature Bureau (DBP) hosted BIBD Advocating Lifelong Learning for an Aspiring Future (ALAF) students at its main library in the capital recently.
The visit aimed to inculcate a reading culture among BIBD ALAF students while exploring more collaboration between the DBP and BIBD ALAF on utilising public education facilities like libraries to help gain knowledge and inspire creativity and innovative thinking.
BIBD ALAF Manager A’dhwatul Amanda binti Haji Abdul Kadir led a group of 44 people, including BIBD ALAF staff and officers. The group participated in a quiz on the culture and tradition of Brunei Darussalam and toured the General and Bruneian Reference Unit.
The unit is responsible for the collection, organising and giving access to materials published and written by local writers and foreign publication on works on the country.
Brunei Darussalam and related matters.