Ummi Othman KIULAP Mohd Qaiyum Mohd Taha (pictured main L) was only 18, and his brother Mohd Qawiem (pictured main R), 20, when they traveled from Belait to apply for their first jobs; working the kitchens of Brunei’s most luxurious […]
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