TWENTY-TWO culinary school students of Laksamana College of Business (LCB) in Jalan Tutong were introduced to Polish cuisine during a cooking workshop by two Polish chefs. Chefs Marcin Budynek and Marious Olechno were in the country in conjunction with the ‘Tatars: Muslims in the Republic of Poland Exhibition’ in the Sultanate. The exhibition is held in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Kuala Lumpur. The chefs introduced the culinary school students
THE Tatar Muslim community, which arrived in Poland over 600 years ago, continues to practise their traditions and religious beliefs until today. This was shared by Director of Academic Studies / Operations at the Laksamana College of Business (LCB) Bogusia Mischke during the launch of the Tatars: Muslims in the Republic of Poland Exhibition at LCB on Monday. She added that living far from main Muslim centres, the community learn to adopt by building mosques decorated with Al
THE Rizqun Coffee House, in collaboration with Laksamana College of Business and Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Kuala Lumpur will launch for the first time ever, Polish cuisine as its latest food promotion tomorrow. Two Polish chefs were flown to the Sultanate to demonstrate their professional cooking skills during the promotion. Chef Marcin Budynek and Chef Marious Olechno who have vast experiences and expertise in their field will feature a number of Polish foods. Acc
STUDENTS of Laksamana College of Business’ Fitness Club organised a blood donation drive to stock up supply at the Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha (RIPAS) Hospital’s Blood Donation Centre. Thirty pints of blood were collected.
LAKSAMANA College of Business (LCB) held an orientation for the February/March 2019 intake at Jerudong Park recently. The event was organised by the Student Council members with the help of volunteers. The event started with ice breaking games focussing on students’ teamwork and interaction with each other, followed by the main game, Mystery Hunt, where they had to find clues to find a mystery person. Ten teams were formed and each team had a minimum of seven players led by t
HEAD Barista and co-owner of Piccolo Café Kristy Lim conducted a Beginners Barista Training class at The Culinary School of Laksamana College of Business (LCB) recently. Seven students from Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Hospitality Management attended. The session involved teaching of the different types of beans used in different cafés/restaurants, different ways and types of roasting, introduction of coffee origin, coffee bean process, different types of coffee b
MINISTER of Primary Resources and Tourism Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Ali bin Haji Apong yesterday stressed the need for more chefs. “We want to see more chefs, not cooks – chefs who can create an impact both locally and internationally,” he said at the official launching ceremony of the newly established Culinary School at Laksamana College of Business (LCB). Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Ali highlighted the important role the school can potentially play in the domestic food ind
DIRECTOR and Principal of Laksamana College of Business (LCB) and Kensington College of Business Ian Pirie said the private Culinary School will be the first of its kind in Brunei Darussalam, dedicated to providing training for students aspiring to become proficient in local and international cuisines. He made these comments at the launching ceremony of the newly established Culinary School at LCB yesterday. “This is a huge step forward for Brunei’s hospitality industry, espe