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Food unity
Food unity
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  • 1. BRUNEIDARUSSALAMSultan Muhammad JamalulAlam Secondary SchoolNabeel Lur Rahman Bin Awang Haji YaakobAbdul Qayyum Bin Amir ShahNur Aqilah Bte Haji Muhammad SufianHazirah Bte Abdul Sani
  • 2. BRUNEIDARUSSALAM BRUNEIBrunei is a small sultanate country. It is located on some part ofBorneo between Sabah and Sarawak.
  • 3. Brunei majorexport is Oil and Gas.The Oil and Gascentre is in Seria.SERIA OIL FIELD
  • 4. It is the old Kampong Ayer; •unarranged •Made of wood •People travel by boat
  • 5. Water village nowadays:Arranged
  • 6. Jame Asri’ Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque One of the wonder of IslamA gift from His Majesty to his people It is a pure magnificent.
  • 7. Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque Designed by His Majesty Made on 19 December 1952 It is the oldest mosque in Brunei
  • 8. Integrating Culture Through Food
  • 9. FOOD DefinitionMaterial (plant or animal origin) that we intake to get the nutrition, vitamins and minerals. Function To provide energy, for growth, repair, protection. Other uses of food: Medical purpose: ulcer and sore throat.
  • 10. CULTURE•DefinitionA system ofknowledge, belief, value, attitude andreligion shared by a relatively a largegroup of people.•Different countries have their own andunique culture.•Some countries share the same orsimilar culture and even language.E.g. Bruneian, Malaysian, Indonesia andSingaporean speaks in Malay language.
  • 11. Food, culture and unityCulture and eating utensils.Hands: Most Malay people fromBrunei, Malaysia, Indonesia.Chopstick: Chinese, Koreans, Japanese
  • 12. CULTURE AND FOODIndian : CurryChinese : Dim SumMalay : RendangJapanese : SushiKorean : Kimchi
  • 13. INFLUENCE FROM OTHER CULTUREMalay and Indian: curry and spicy foodFusion:Western food is cooked with hint of local:For example, pizza with satay toppingSpaghetti: instead of meatball use sausage the sauce is replace with something more local which is chilli or tomato sauce.
  • 14. Nowadays international cuisine can be enjoyed easily Restaurants serve specific type of international food e.g. Sushi and Kimchi Restaurant that are introduced in Brunei …
  • 15. SOCIALIZATION Food can be part of socialization; As an excuse to meet and socialized Formal functions such as wedding, Hari Raya and Chinese New YearDinner, a meal where familymember socialized with each other. Dinner time is a family timewhere we talk about the day’s activities Visit neighbours or relative:bring food as goodwill. Serve and enjoy together.
  • 16. SCHOOL ACTIVITIESCo-Curriculum ActivityCooking club where students are taught how to cook local and also foreign delicates.Example:Local food: such as Kueh Seri Muka.Foreign food: such as Sushi.Hari Raya and Chinese New Year celebration: Both Malay and Chinese brought local food dishes and everyone shared.
  • 17. CONCLUSIONPeople socialize by going out and eat with their friends or family members. Food also shows a person’s culture, background and also religion. Foreign food has entered our culture and life and we fused them to suit our palate.

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