Mon | Jul 15, 2019

Art & Leisure

This week, we present the fourth and final instalment of the extract from ‘Truth be Told: Michael Manley in Conversation’ by Glynne Manley. October 22, 1993 – Nyumbani GM: Just to complete this small portrait of Horace Clarke, is it true that...

“You are going to Japan at a very historic time,” said Hiromasa Yamazaki, ambassador of Japan to Jamaica, to the 23 JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Programme cohort members on July 11 at his residence in Kingston. “It is the dawn of the new...

Constantia Soteriou from Cyprus is the winner of the 2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize. In Death Customs, Soteriou writes about mothers and wives in Cyprus who were led to believe that their loved ones were missing after the 1974 war when the...

My first informal lessons in black history were as an infant sitting with my parents on Saturdays in the family room digesting a steady diet of North American adventure films starring white explorers in Africa encountering and defending...

Jamaica’s National Standards Curriculum (NSC) is rooted in the local context and is designed to meet the needs of the Jamaican learner. It allows for the interrogation of national requirements and international expectations and places them in local...

LONDON (AP): A figure of a roaring lion, about the size of a loaf of bread, is the latest step in the fight to preserve culture from conflict. The sculpture is a replica of a colossal 3,000-year-old statue from the Temple of Ishtar in Nimrud, in...

YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP): Japan’s culture of cute makes no exceptions for poop. It gets a pop twist at the Unko Museum in Yokohama near Tokyo. Here, the poop is artificial, nothing like what would be in a toilet, and comes in twisty ice cream and...

If you’ve ever participated in a virtual-reality (VR) experience, you might have found yourself navigating the virtual world as an avatar. If you haven’t, you probably recognise the experience from its portrayal in film and on television. Popular...

Professor Densil Williams has urged corporate governance professionals to become the champions of change in their respective organisations as a necessary condition for improving organisational productivity. According to Williams, change in...
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