Tag Archives: Jamaica
Here’s a little video spotlight on Dolphin Cove, one of Jamaica’s premier attractions, for Jamaicans and tourists.
Dolphin Cove Video
Bonita Jamaica presents Residential Kingston, the other half that usually goes untold. Forget what you heard. You’re always better off going with what you see.
Residential Kingston Photo Gallery
Bonita Jamaica presents La Colección de Fotos Excelente (the excellent photo collection). This is the best collection of photographs of Jamaica anywhere in the world. And we love it!
La Colección de Fotos Excelente
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Congratulations to Dr. Claire Nelson, for being honored by the White House as a Champion of Change.
Dr. Nelson discusses her experience maintaining her Jamaican identity as a migrant to the United States. Originally broadcast on CEEN Caribbean News on August 13, 2012.
This is a feature about Jamaica’s first female pilot, Lt. Yola Cain. She was an amazing woman and a great Jamaican.
Video Playlist Has Three Videos
Bonita Jamaica presents Monument de Fast, a tribute to the fastest nation in the world (reveRED Jamaica). Starring Shanika DeBerry (model). Body painting by Sammy Do.
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A beautiful and compelling feature on the humble kid from Trelawny Jamaica who ran his way to become Track and Field’s World Boss and the most popular and sought after sports celebrity in the world. This is Usain Bolt, the fastest human being in the history of the world and a great revered Jamaican Icon.
Mr. Obama, in message to mark Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of Independence, said that the fabric of America has been strengthened by the rich and diverse culture of people, who have come to the country to pursue their dreams, including those who trace their roots to Jamaica.
“As artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, engineers, public servants and service members, Jamaican Americans have played an important role in shaping the character of our union and driving the progress of our country,” he stated in the message read by Director of African American Outreach, White House Office of Public Engagement, Heather Foster, at the Jamaica Nationals Association’s (JNA) 50th anniversary Independence gala.
The Metro Toronto Convention Centre ‘s south building lit up with a big Jamaican Sun as all the flowers, colours and beauty of the island encompassed the great halls to celebrate the 50th Golden Anniversary of Jamaica’s Independence.
The ‘Jamaica Land We Love Gala’ was hosted by CBC Television’s Dwight Drummond and Anne-Marie Mediwake and featured a spectacular star-studded four-part evening, honoring 50 years of Jamaica’s Independence and toasting the mother land while celebrating great Canadian-Jamaican achievements. The production commenced with The ’62 Reception, and then moved into the main halls for the greetings. welcoming remarks with introductory speeches including the Hon. Dalton McGuinty, Premier of Ontario, Sheila Sealy Monteith High Commissioner For Jamaica to Canada and a message from Jamaica by the Hon. A. J. Nicholson Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Government of Jamaica to name a few of the many dignitaries in attendance. The event is one of many worldwide that is recognized as an official event by the Jamaican government.