New Blog: Moore Talk Jamaica
We are pleased to announce a new Jamaicans.com blog "Moore Talk Jamaica". Talented comedian, Carla Moore talks about "everything", from TV to serious commentary to random observations.
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending July 5th, 2013
Conservationists Object To Resort Development Plan | Charles Town Hosts Suriname Delegation | Jamaica Improving On Human-Trafficking Front | Workers At Jpp Stage Protest | Unesco Gives Jamaican History Collections Special Awards | House In Millsborough Demolished | Six Jamaicans Win Scholarship Awards From Eu Program | Stop-and-search Supported By Vaz | Changes To Coroners Act In Canada Called For | Jamaican Woman Alleges Sexual Harassment While Working In Canada | Gyles-mcdonnough To Head United Nations Activities In Three Countries | Ramsay Receives Fellowship From Harvard | Powell Wins In Ostrava | Weir Will Compete In Edmonton International Classic | Blake May Run In Moscow, Says Manager | Williams-mills Ran At Olympics After Diagnosis For Breast Cancer
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending July 5 2013!
This week we wonder "is Lady Saw really leaving the Dancehall scene?" Also this week Gyptian, Sanya Richards-Ross, Mr. Vegas, Romain Virgo, Chronixx, No-Maddz, Cecile, I-Octane and Shaggy!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending June 28th, 2013
Jamaican Senate Considers Motion On Trade With Trinidad & Tobago | Air Traffic Controllers In Jamaica Hold "Sick-Out” | Church Leaders Demonstrate To Oppose End Of Anti-Sodomy Law | Jamaica's Adoption Act Being Reviewed | Gay Rights Activist Challenges Jamaica's Anti-Sodomy Law | Air Traffic Controllers Return To Work | Tax Collection To Improve In Jamaica | Jamaica To Ban Smoking In Public Areas | Educators In Diaspora To Provide Help To Jamaica | Members Of Diaspora Ready To Invest In Home Island | Jamaican History, Language Honored By Miss Jamaica Florida | Jamaican Ambassdor To Join UN | Jamaican Sprinters Closely Watched After Failed Doping Test | Bolt Wins 100 Meter Final At Jamaican Nationals | Jamaican Hurdler Injured In Warm-Up | Fraser-pryce, Warren Weir, Win 200-meters
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending June 28 2013!
This week we 'weigh in' with Miss Kitty on Jamaica's new bill to ban smoking in public places. Also this week Shabba Ranks, Konshens, Sanya Richards-Ross, Tessanne Chin, Mavado, Sean Kingston, Tifa, Chris Gayle and Jah Cure!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending June 21st, 2013
St Ann Residents Say Water Cures Everything | More Than 80 Percent Of Needy Receive Path Benefit | Mascoll Says Jamaica Should Focus More On Health Tourism | Importer In Western Jamaica Faces Customs Investigation | Jamaica Could Benefit From De-criminalization Of Ganja | School Addresses Crisis In Literacy | Hanna Defends Decision To Combine Youth Programs | Maroons, Conservationists Agree: No Bauxite Or Limestone Mining | Government Calls On Diaspora To Build Schools | Prime Minister Says Diaspora Central To Nation's Progress | Diaspora Conference Members Pressure Jamaican Government | Samuda Disagrees With Tufton Remarks | Campbell-brown Guilty Of Doping | Coach Of Usain Bolt Wants Anti-doping Lab In Jamaica | Campbell-brown Doping Offense Of "Lesser" Magnitude, IAAF Says | Manager Says Campbell-brown Is Not A "Drugs Cheat
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending June 21 2013!
This week we say Happy Happy Fathers' Day from Barrington Levy, Tami Chynn and OMI! Also this week Cherine Anderson, Asafa Powell, Tyson Beckford, Tony Hendricks, Busy Signal, Darren Mattocks and Shakira Martin share their world!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending June 14th, 2013
Jamaica To Open Embassy In Brazil | Jamaican Resistance To Employer Lie Detector Tests Waning | Jamaica And China Focus On Similar Goals | White Powder In Jamaican Embassy Not Dangerous | U.S. Court Finds Jamaican Wiretap Not Covered By 4th Amendment | Protected Forests In Jamaica Threatened By Charcoal Trade | IMF: Jamaica Needs Change In Policy To Improve Economic Conditions | Conservation Efforts In Cockpit Country Difficult To Implement | Jamaicans Hopeful About Diaspora Conference | Heritage Month Celebrated By Caribbean Student Association | Jamaican American Cultural Association Holds Yearly Gala Event | Jamaican's Film To Be Screened At American Black Film Festival | More Money For Drug Testing Of Athletes | Athletes Hope To Compete At World Games In Russia | Blake Banned For Six Years For Doping | Cunningham Looking For "Grand Slam" In Martial Arts
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending June 15 2013!
This week its no surprise where Warren Weir's heart is. Also this week Cedella Marley, Ziggy Marley, Alaine, Shakira Martin, Ity and Fancy Cat, Usain Bolt, Beenie Man, Stephen Marley and I-Octane share their world!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending June 7th, 2013
Judgment Reserved By Court In Gay Rights Case | U.S. Citizen Killed During Robbery In Savanna-La-Mar | Debate Arises Over Reduced Focus On Teaching Standard English | Prime Minister Concerned About Airline Issues | UNICEF Notes Violence Against Children In Jamaica | Jamaican Allspice Fights Prostate Cancer | Public Hospital Staff Frustrated By Violent, Angry Patients | Auditor General Says Fiscal Policy Document Not In Compliance | Psychiatric Nurse From Jamaica Presents Research In Canada | Over The Past Decade, 21,000 Jamaicans Have Moved To Canada | Jamaican-born Brit Attempts To Reach South Pole | Honorary Consul In Georgia Leaving Post | Fraser-Pryce Wins At Prefontaine | Nickel Ashmeade Wins Men's 200 Meters | Bolt To Run In Rome | Reggae Boyz Happy With Defense Effort
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending June 7 2013!
This week we groove with Ziggy Marley and Jah Cure while we get some inspiration from Marguerite Orane, Darren Mattocks & Dr Marcia Forbes. Also this week Usain Bolt, Tifa, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Christopher Martin and Asafa Powell.
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending May 31st, 2013
Morris Makes History As Senate President | Simpson Travels To African Union Summit | Jamaican Government To Enhance Productivity Through Education | Jamaican TV Censorship Of Gay Psa Goes To High Court | Head Of Investigation Center Tough On Police | Population Of Jamaica Rapidly Aging | Jamaica Works To Reduce Number Of Deaths At Sea | West Defends Anti-gay Comments, Says They Are "Rational" | Mayor Of Montego Bay Visits Atlanta | Londoners Protest In Support Of International Tivoli Investigation | Economic Opportunities To Be Explored At Diaspora Conference | Jamaican Teen In UK Gets Life In Prison For Murder | Fowler Looking For MVP Title | Samuels Is Comfortable With Himself | Williams First Jamaican To Run 100 Meter Hurdles Under 13 Seconds | Whitmore Says Dropping Shelton Was A Hard Decision
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending May 31 2013!
This week we ask "what's your favorite Grace Jone's album?" Also this week Usain Bolt, Tyson Beckford, Tessanne Chin, Elephant Man, Tifa, Yendi Phillips, Tony Hendricks, Chris Gayle and Etana let us in their world!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending May 24th, 2013
Thwaites Opposes Pro-gay Material In Education System | Group Pressures Jamaica To Investigate Abuse By Security Forces | Jamaican Children Intentionally Injured By Adults | Former Jamaican Senate President To Leave For Canada | Government Seeks Violence Insurance For Teachers | 50 People Benefit From Housing Ministry Initiative | Floyd Morris Appointed New Senate President | Hanna Wants Jamaican Youth To Use Labor Day | Jamaican-born Broadcaster Honored In U.S. | Jamaica, Birmingham U.k. Strengthen Bonds | Jamaicans In Uk Encouraged To Give Back To Home Country | JDAF Says Jamaican Diaspora Strategic For Island's Development | Jamaica Dominates Diamond League In Shanghai | Campbell-brown Heads Caribbean Athlete Contingent | Jamaican Team Enthused About Motor Race Championship | Heather Campbell, Karate Queen
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending May 24 2013!
This week it's anyone's guess when it is Sean Paul's Birthday! Also this week Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Usain Bolt, Mavado, Cherine Anderson, Geoffrey Philp, Tami Chynn, Damian Marley, Romain Virgo and Marion 'Lady Saw' Hall!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending May 17th, 2013
Davies Confirms Fare Increase To Make Transporation Sector Viable | Llewellyn Wants Police Investigation Into Dentist In Teacher's Murder | Dr. Joyce Robinson, Educator, Dies | Jamaican Senate President Resigns Post | Head Of Bitu Committed To Workers' Rights | Chinese, Jamaican Military Officials Hold Discussions | Forced Migration Of Jamaican Gays, Lesbians To Be Discussed | Williams Proposes Powers To Charge, Prosecute Police Personnel | City Council In New York Considers Giving Vote To Non-Citizens | New Immigration Legislation In U.s. Could Aid Caribbean Nationals | Jamaica Wants Diaspora Help To Develop Health Tourism | First Jamaican Representative Named To African Union | Fraser-pryce Winds At Doha | Bolt To Run In Zurich | Burrell Hopes New Jamaican Batsman Will Lead To More Signings | Lambert Says Team Needs Batting Camps
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending May 17 2013!
This week we say Happy Mother's Day from Jah Cure, Stephen Marley and I-Octane and Happy Birthday to VCB! Also this week Darren Mattocks, Naomi Campbell, Ziggy Marley, Romain Virgo, Mutabaruka and Alaine!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending May 10th, 2013
Bishop Expects Little To Come From Tivoli Report | First Funds From Imf Coming To Jamaica | Arrest In Attack On Brother Of Prime Minister | Parliamentarians To Receive Foreign Help To Fight Corruption | Canadian Ships Stop Vessel Carrying Former Jamaican Prime Minister | Golding Mistrustful Of Jdf, Sought U.s. Help In Tivoli Abuse Claims | Clarke Aims To Bring Normalcy Back To Area One | Woods Suspended From Pnp Youth Organization | Tanker Truck Drivers Call Off Strike | Jamaica May Create A Diaspora Database | Cedric Brooks, Roots Reggae Musician, Dies | Diaspora Should Be Reresented In Parliament, Says Holness | Jamaican Ambassador To Speak In Minnesota | Jamaicans End Reign At Sabina | Mcpherson Getting Faster, Targets 49.10 | Bolt To Run In Cayman Invitational | Synthetic Putting Green To Benefit Junior Golfers
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending May 10 2013!
This week we say "Happy Teachers Day" with Shakira Martin and Warren Weir! Also this week Cedella Marley, I-Octane, Tyson Beckford, Rohan Marley, Tifa, Wayne Marshall, Busy Signal and Chris Gayle!
Penn Relays a Brand Jamaica Success at Work
The Penn Relays at Franklin field at the University of Pennsylvania, one can call the equivalent of Reggae Sunsplash, or Usain Bolt and Jamaicans at the Olympics, or the bi annual World Athletic Championships, truth be told it feels more like Jamaica’s annual ISSA Boys and Girls Champs Kingston, Jamaica which, by the way was inaugurated in 1910. The Penn Relays festival has become, "the world's largest relay carnival" according to the UPEN organizers, America’s largest amateur track meet. But was this venerable Franklin Field event always this way? No, it wasn’t.
Track and Field Roundup: Penn Relays & Drake Relays Penn Relays: Jamaica, again Stamps its Dominance
The official inaugural flying of the Jamaica Green, black and gold flag high above Franklin Field, in Philadelphia, the ubiquitous presence Jamaican Food Giant Grace Kennedy Food in a veritable sea of Jamaican flags among the roaring enthusiastic 48,871 paid spectators, the eighth largest third-day crowd in the history of the annual event on April 27th, became the back drop for what has now become routine, Jamaica’s dominance at every level – high school, collegiate and professional, at the annual Penn Relay carnival.
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending May 3rd, 2013
Canadians Open Fire, Break International Law In Jamaican Waters | Investigation Into Applications Of Houses Built By Food For The Poor | Health Ministry Finds More People Taking Advantage Of NHF Benefits | Three People Charged With Multi-Million Dollar Robbery | CAP No Burden To Jamaica, Paulwell Says | Jamaica Approves Free Trade Agreement With Costa Rica | Government Will Not Tax Basic Foods | Interim Tivoli Report, Recommendations Issued | Jamaican Woman Arrested In Case Of Mistaken Identity | Jamaican Ambassador Visits University Of Miami | Jamaica Has New Ambassador In China | Jamaican Women's Group Dedicated To All Jamaican Women | Fowler Leads Steel Over Mystics In Netball | Riley Wins At Drake Relays | Bolt To Miss Jamaican Championships | Former Jamaican Prime Minister To Head Caribbean T20 League Committee
Visit, Eat, and Live with a Purpose: The Rockhouse Foundation, Jamaica
A love of all things Jamaican inspired owner Paul Salmon and his partners to invest in both the Rockhouse Hotel and Miss Lily’s NYC. However, they are not just hotel owners and restaurateurs. Paul Salmon and his partners have also found a highly impactful way to return dividends to the local community of Negril by way of the 501c(3) non-profit Rockhouse Foundation.
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending May 4, 2013!
This week Oliver Samuels shows us that we may join but not necessarily know how to use social media. Also this week Asafa Powell, Etana, Yohan Blake. Wayne Marshall, Tarrus Riley, Tessane Chin, Cecile, Yendi and Warren Weir!
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending April 26 2013!
This week we say "Mi love mi Jamaica!" with Tifa and Sean Kingston! Also this week Rohan Marley, Cherine Anderson, Papa San, Barrington Irving, Yendi Phillips, Sanya Richards-Ross, Usain Bolt and Ms Kitty!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending April 19th, 2013
Jails Reviewed Following Five Escapes In Seven Months |Jamaicans Too "Tolerant" Of Injustice, Says Wilkison |Harrison Challenges Jamaica To Speak Out Against Corruption | Jamaican At Boston Marathon Escapes Explosion | Bunting Comment Criticized | Independent Commission Finds Increase In Killings By Security Forces | Police Investigate Caymans Connection To Jewelry Store Robbery |Finance Minister Optimistic About Jamaican Situation | Jamaican Flag Will Fly At Penn Relay Games Every Year |Beres Hammond Gets Key To The City In Miami |Death Of Jamaican Farm Worker In Canada To Get Human Rights Hearing |Us$63,000 Given To Charity By American Friends Of Jamaica | CARIFTA Chess Tournament Dominated By Jamaica | Actor Matt Damon And Wife Renew Wedding Vows In St. Lucia | Ten British Tourists Robbed At Gunpoint In St. Lucia | Venezuela's Madura Blames Opposition For Post-Election Violence | Head Of Jamaica Football Federation To Lead CONCACAF Committees | Physicians Leaving Puerto Rico For Mainland United States | Trade Union Group Worried About Government Approach To Airline |Government Could Withdraw Air Jamaica Brand From Cal |Bahamas Learns Agriculture Processes From Jamaica | Agricultural Group Provides Field Officers With Tech Tools | Forbes Comments On Jamaica And Social Media | Caribbean Nations Benefit From Idb Energy Program | Jamaicans Popular On Youtube | Fla Issues High-Tech Id Card | Vybz Kartel Book Describes Living Conditions Of Jamaican Youth | Tony Laing, Veteran Broadcaster, Dies At 68 | Women Musicians Celebrated At UTECH | Jamaica Hosts Africa World Documentary Film Festival | Walker To Focus On 100 Meter Hurdles | Young Reggae Boyz Beaten By Canada At CONCACAF FIFA Under-17 Games | Blake Injured, Could Be Out Six Weeks | Bolt To Compete In Britain
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending April 19, 2013!
This week Chris Gayle's favorite dance and I-Octane shows that everything has a purpose! Also this week Damian Marley, Ity Ellis, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Romaine Virgo, Cedella Marley, Jah Cure, Daniel McGregor and Konshens!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending April 12th, 2013
Public Health Facilities Limited By Doctor Strike | National Budget For Fiscal 2013 Reduced | Retirees From Jamaica Abandon Homeland | Prime Minister Asks Jamaicans To Ignore Detractors | Jamaica, Imf Reach Agreement For Loan Package | Revelers, Gay Men Clash During Traditional Road March | Dr. Olive Lewin, Pioneer Music Researcher, Dies | Government To Implement Renewable Energy Plans For Smaller Hotels | Attorney General Complimented By Obama Has Roots In Jamaica | Jamaican Diaspora Concerned About Health Care | Attorney Claims Barbados "Covered Up" Myrie Case | Members Of Diaspora Encouraged To Invest In Jamaica | Coach Of Sunshine Girls Says Team Has Improved Greatly | U.S. Coach Advises Jamaica's Best Athletes To Stay With Local Programs | Walker Reveals Reason For Leaving Mvp Track Club | Burrell Believes Club Players Should Form Base Of U-20 Team
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending April 12, 2013!
This week have a little faith with Darren Mattocks and Happy belated B'day Wayne Marshall! Also this week Marguerite Orane, Asafa Powell, Yendi Phillips, Taurus Riley, Cecile, Cherine Anderson, Sanya Richards-Ross & DJ Nicholas
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending April 5th, 2013
Police To Charge Sports Figure Following Raids In Montego Bay | Under NDX, Housing Agency Faced Reduction In Bond Prices | New Legislation Designed To Decriminalize Defamation | Water Agency Needs Funds Totaling US$1.2 Billion | Jamaican Prime Minister Congratulates New President Of WICB | Maurice Facey Dies | Clergyman Wants Jamaica To Turn Away From Populist Politics | Gas To Rise By $2.31 | Jamaicans In U.S. Feel Hope About Imf Deal, But Remain Skeptical | Jamaican Diaspora Imitates Jewish, American Diasporal Model | Jamaican Women Of Florida Host Manley-Duncan | U.S. Senator Has Jamaican Worker Problem | Jamaican Athletes Drug-tested Before Carifta Games | Bolt Makes Tax-free Deal, Will Run Two Races In London | Jamaica's Carifta 4x400-meter Team Disqualified, Reinstated | Riley Says Jamaican Athletes "Targeted" For Drug Testing At Carifta
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending April 5, 2013!
This week Yohan Blake shows he doesn't just scorches the track he plays cricket! Also this week we catch up with Jah Cure, Ziggy Marley, Dr. Marcia Forbes, Oliver Samuels, Shaggy, Rohan Marley, Busy Signal and Cedella and Kymani Marley!
2013 Protest March of 1963 Coral Gardens Massacre in Jamaica peaceful
Three years before the April 1966 visit of Emperor Selassie to Jamaica, a massive massacre of Rastafarians took place on March 16, in St James. In Kingston, a peaceful protest march on Holy Thursday's March 28, 2013 was organized by Mutabaruka
Round Up JA! A look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending March 29 2013!
This week Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce gives us the reason for Jamaican "Spring" and also this week Asafa Powell, Aleen Bailey, Wayne Marshall, Beenie Man, Damian Marley, Usain Bolt, Mavado, Tony Hendricks and Tyson Beckford!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending March 29th, 2013
Jamaican Pilots Refused Permits In Trinidad, Say Union | Golding Return Eyed By JLP | Government Calling For "Calm" In Face Of Budget Cuts | Doing Business With Government Should Be Easier, Says Prime Minister | Firefighters Rescue Man Barricaded In Clock Tower | Government Plans To Sue Teachers For Broken Bond Arrangement | Jackson Resigns From Disaster Preparedness Office | Major Police Operations Conducted In Montego Bay | Jamaican Woman Sentenced To Life In Prison In The U.S. | Jamaican Teachers In Turks And Caicos Could Lose Jobs | Mourners Pay Respects To Teen Killed By Police In New York | Jamaican Farm Workers In Washington Contribute To Retirement Home | Jamaican Rugby Teams Overcome Hardship To Make Sevens Progress | Bolt, Fraser-Pryce, Blake Lose At UWI | Bolt, Blake To Run At Jamaica International; Campbell-brown, Felix Too | Track Stars Booked For Jamaica Invitational
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending March 22nd, 2013
Visa Policy Relaxation Welcomed By Un Tourism Agency | Government Seeks Legal Costs From Attorneys In Nht Case | Social Worker Pleads For An End To Violent Deaths Of Children | Business Man In Court In Connection With Several Crimes | Jamaica Concerned That Islanders Not Returning Home From Overseas | Chang Wants Jamaicans Educated About Water Conservation | Manchester Named "Happiest Parish" | Barbados Officials Say Myrie Not Cavity-Searched | Protest In Ny Over Killing Of Caribbean Boy By Police | More Caribbean Immigrants Released By U.S. Than Previously Stated | Mother Of Teen Shot By Ny Police Calls For Peace | Ambassador To U.s. Emphasizes Jamaica's Resolve In Ending Scams | Jamaican's Missing Sled Dog Found 150 Miles From Checkpoint | Taylor Named To Roster For Qualifying Matches | Asafa Powell To Be Featured At Eastr Fun Kids Night | Orane Says It's Time For A Change In WIC Governance
Round Up JA! - a look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending March 22, 2013
This week we say happy anniversary to Tessanne and Michael and get a little inspred by Yendi and Lady Saw. Also this week, Tami Chynn, Marguerite Orane, Tifa, Sanya Richards-Ross, Sean Kingston, Warren Weir and the songbird Alaine!
Jamaican Headlines News, Jamaican Diaspora News & Jamaican Sports Headlines for the week ending March 15th, 2013
Jamaicans Among Most Likely To Be Denied Entrance To Barbados | Prime Minister Urges Women To Fight Violence | Jamaica, China In Huge Infrastructure Agreement | U.S. Hammers Jamaica Over Lottery Scam | Fisherman Killed By Sharks | U.S. Senators Urge Officials To Crack Down On Phone Scams | New Legislation To Control Jamaica Lottery Scams | Many Young People May Not Be Eligible To Vote | Kerr Moves To Football In Norway | New Book Chronicles History Of The Jamaican-canadian Association | Brooklyn Home To "Underground" Caribbean Ballroom Dancing | Ellah Kandi Promotes Caribbean Food In Britain | Holmwood To Focus On Quality At Champs | Bolt Given Laureus Sports Award | Edwin Allen Defeats All Challengers At Champs | Marlon Samuels Returns To West Indies Team
Round Up JA! - a look at the social media happenings of Jamaicans Yaad and Abraad for the week ending March 15, 2013.
This week its all about Champs for Olympic champions Warren Weir and Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce! Also this week Cherine Anderson, Barrington Irving, Ziggy Marley, Jah Cure, Gramps Morgan, Ms. Kitty, Veronica Campbell-Brown and Konshens
Jamaican School Boys Devotion to Their Alma maters
Jamaica, West Indies has been fortunate to be the home of some of the most prestigious all male High Schools in the world. Schools such as Calabar, Jamaica College, Kingston College, Wolmer’s Boys’ School and Saint George’s College. Schools in Jamaica enrich their curriculum by making sports a vital part of the learning experience.
New Blog: Black Mandarin
We are pleased to announce a new Jamaicans.com blog Black Mandarin", a Jamaican in China. Here is a snippet from her first blog - "After two weeks in Tianjin, China, I think I will stay! Indeed, it is perhaps one of the most difficult cultures to adjust to. However, if you are open to experiences and ready to learn from some of the most respectful, curious, and resourceful people in the world, this is the place to be."