Tagged: jamaica

Cherine Anderson a Rising Jamaican Star

My post is mainly about Cherine Anderson, a beautiful and talented Jamaican actress/songstress who has grown and evolved over the years on Jamaican entertainment scene. I like her music and she has played excellent roles in movies the most memorable being Dancehall Queen and One...

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Jamaica’s development continues to be helped by Japan

A very good friend of mine who knows all too well of my Japan obsession threw me a link early this morning. It’s news that puts a smile on my face and teaches me a lot about Japan’s contributions to Jamaica’s social and economic development...

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Internet Connection back to normal

After a little over a week of enduring limited internet access at home, which turned out to be DNS issues from my internet service provider I am happy to come home tonight to a fully functioning internet connection. I hope I am not celebrating too...

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Herbert Henry McKenley – A Great Jamaican

I have been meaning to write this post for almost two weeks now but my internet connection problems, pre-Christmas workload and my coverage of the death at the calarlions.com blog has caused me to delay it. When I started the Calabar Lions blog for my...

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Fix my Connection!

Its been about 3 days now since my internet connection at home been acting funny. Certain pages are either displaying very slowly or not at all and for someone like me who spends a lot of time on the internet for both leisure and business...

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2007 Miss World Competition Results

So I was dug out of bed earlier than usual on a Saturday morning by my little sister who wanted a screaming partner while watching Miss World 2007. As it turns out I enjoyed the show and I had my beautiful women from all over...

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Japan Extension Dreadist Society

Harvey, a fellow blogger on Japan related topics has a blog called Japan Newbie. He has lived in Japan for years and I swing by his blog from time to time to read up on his latest experiences living, working and traveling in Japan. A...

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Sunshine Girls finish third in World Netball Championships

The roses of England bloomed for six days then finally wilted in the heat of the Sunshine Girls That was how the opening sentence of Suzanne McFadden’s well written post game coverage written in the New Zealand Herald. The Sunshine Girls after making it to...

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Jamaica’s 2030 Vision and plan for Development

Filing through all the negative news over the past couple days I heard multiple mentions of a new development plan for Jamaica. I’m glad that finally there are moves towards a national development plan. Jamaica continues to fall behind the rest of our Caribbean neighbors...

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