21st Century Education in the Caribbean
Would it not be greatly beneficial in the long term if Caribbean nations strove to fully modernize their education systems towards a more ICT friendly direction?
Re-defining Culture in Trinidad and Tobago
“Human intellectual achievement”; if we prosaically utilize this definition then sitting in a fancy coffee shop writing a thesis on a technologically advanced device is more “cultural” than wining in a glittery bikini. But we won’t do that because sometimes the stressed-out grad student is the carefree masquerader, and therein lies the beauty of acceptance.
Festival tourism: Beyond sun, sea and sand
In the highly competitive tourism industry, it becomes imperative to create a distinctive and captivating vision that not only draws the attention of tourists but also engrosses them in the experience so that they seek to return in the future.
Room for growth of Squash in Trinidad an Tobago
Over the years, Squash has developed a lot in Trinidad and Tobago. However, according to the coach of I Squash TT, Roger Salandy, who has been playing and coaching since 1985, there is still...
The Isle of Festivals
Tobago’s Blue Food Festival was named one of the 14 best food events in the world by CNN But Tobago has been experiencing a significant decline in foreign visitors. As its big sister, Trinidad, settles into...
South Spa: Skin Care by Annastasia
South Spa is more than a spa. Why? Beauty is more than a pretty face. It is the balance of caring for the body and mind with accentuation.
The Big “S” – A Silent Killer
Being in a constant state of distress triggers an overreaction in your body in order to frantically and successfully regain and maintain the body’s equilibrium.
Busting out of the Busyness Trap!
Our Western world ideology has conditioned us to believe that one measure for or route to success is the amount of hours we spend either at work or focusing on work. More and more I’ve started to feel that ‘busy’ is a trap that I’ve fallen into.
The Formation of Caribbean Identity in Literature
In order to build a nation of today through the eyes of tomorrow we must first engage what was yesterday. Yesterday in terms of where we came from, who we are and how to use these findings as a mechanism to empower and change where, as a nation, we are heading.
CATALYST – Harmonising Activities in the Caribbean Cultural Ecology
The main project that will be developed over the coming year is the revitalization of an online portal that will bring the various communities of creative practice together and serve as a repository for past and ongoing research projects on the cultural domain.