We must make sure that our culture remains preserved and ready for the next child that is born to it. We must cherish and share all that we know with our children. We never should leave it as, 'back in my/those days', as if it is a fairytale. Make it tangible. Create a memory from replaying those fun things that made us enjoy life when we were young.
Being Jamaican isn't just a nationality. A Jamaican identifies with the experience of being Jamaican. You have to live it to understand. Every day holds the potential to change the way you think, talk and even walk. It's just a Jamaican reality that we all represent, at home and abroad. Tell us about your Jamaican experience.
Over centuries, we sleep comfortably because of the people who watch over us. These people include the Maroon leaders who continue to fight against injustice. The Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation reminds of the injustice that has been happening with our environment and takes a stance that "It's Time for Nature" to get respect.
Jamaica's Capital of Casual a.k.a Negril has been taken over by the hearts of some cool people. Canadian born Lynette Allain and Keeley Clarke have been on a mission to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing Blessing Bags worth J$3000. Lynette, who is a resident of Jamaica, living in Negril has […]
The Ministry of Culture has spearheaded the annual Reggae Month celebrations, since 2008. With this intention, the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) powers the execution of the Reggae Month activities. Throughout the month of February each year, it would appear that the world paused from all of her other work, to focus on Jamaica's musical […]
“Wah nuh dead, nuh call it duppy”. Long gone are the days when people were fearful of venturing Downtown. For many years, Downtown Kingston had been plagued with many troubled inner-city communities, gangs and socio-economic issues. There was an increase in crime, which unfortunately drove tourists away. Thankfully, like Port Royal, Kingston is an reawakening […]
Port Royal is a village located at the end of the Palisadoes at the mouth of Kingston Harbour, in south-eastern Jamaica. Founded in 1518 by the Spanish, it was once the largest city in the Caribbean, functioning as the centre of shipping and commerce in the Caribbean Sea by the latter half of the 17th century. After a series of natural disasters, the lost city is now