Jamaican Culture

Jamaican Student Wins International Schools Essay Competition

J’Nae Peart, a 6th Form student of Immaculate Conception High School, has won the Trust for Sustainable Living (TSL), 2016 International Schools Essay Competition. J’Nae...

Where Did Jamaica’s Maroons Go?

Following the Second Maroon War in 1795-96 in Jamaica, almost the entire Maroon population of Trelawny was deported first to Nova Scotia, Canada in...

Travellers, Backpackers or Pirates? – Jamaicans Protect Your Culture!

Jamaicans protect your culture, Depending on how you read this article, you may take heed or take offense. Each year we have countless number of visitors...

Why Do Jamaicans Eat Bun And Cheese At Easter?

Sometimes called Easter buns, hot cross buns are a big part of Jamaican culture, just like several other representative foods such as saltfish or...

Did You Know Vehicles Were Manufactured in Jamaica?

Jamaica is probably not one of the places that comes to mind when most persons think about motor vehicle production. However, it might surprise you to know...

Top 5 most dangerous Jamaican foods

Jamaica is known for its colourful and vibrant culture, with Jamaican cuisine being an international favourite. However, patrons eat at their own risks, as many...

Have Jamaicans Become a Society Obsessed With Morbidity?

I have been a user of social media for quite a while, and have gradually seen how much it has changed over time. Social media...

Breadfruit Is High In Protein And Could Feed The World

Breadfruit, despised ‘slave food’ for centuries, is today regarded as almost an exotic delicacy; similarly to Ackee. In Jamaica, breadfruit is one of the...

Peter Tosh Museum To Open In Kingston This Summer

A museum honoring the life and work of Peter Tosh, Jamaica’s global music legend and founding member of the critically acclaimed reggae group, the...

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