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In a sea of blue tudongs (headscarves), a head turns to the right, revealing the face of a young girl wearing a white blouse. Her left hand, with a ring in the middle finger, cradles her chin.
Haji Mohamad Haramadi bin Haji Buntar snaps the image and it lands on the invitation of his solo exhibition held in at the Canon Salon in Osaka, Japan last April 1-7.
"The Japanese didn't know where Brunei is. It was quite difficult (explaining) because of the language problem. I have some books on Brunei, which I put on display. It was my second solo exhibition to promote Brunei. I want to show a Bruneian can do a job internationally, and be able to compete in the …