Monthly Archives: August 2011

Bill Clinton goes VEGAN! (Now we can hang out together!)

CLICK to Download BILL CLINTON GOES VEGAN I heard about this through my free subscription to the NaturalNews.com newsletter. I think this is fantastic, that someone in the American public eye, with such influence and media clout is saying these … Continue reading

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Coming Black to Asia? Brother, you have NO idea!

For months, I’ve been hinting and promoting and promising a “Black Privilege in China” post on this blog. Well, it’s finally time! It will be a chapter in the book Jamaican in China: Guess Who’s Coming to Dim Sum which … Continue reading

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Jamaican in China endorses Atomic Jamaican-style “Roots” health drink!

And just to show you how popular such Jamaican style drinks are, within 72 hours of launching the site, we received our first sale with absolutely no promotion or publicity! Continue reading

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This is important: 9/11 10th anniversary of When the Walls Came Down

A little fact probably unknown to my readers is that I published a book entitled When the Walls Came Down: a 9/11 Survivors View of Life in America. (click the link to download first chapter). In it, author Ken Greene … Continue reading

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The vegan trend: Jamaican in China speaks out

Being vegan in Laos from a few months ago Check out what your favorite Jamaican in China (and Laos and Saipan) has to say about why veganism is catching on in this article from demodirt.com entitled Not a Flash in … Continue reading

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The Funny Things That Customers Do: I reserve the right to refuse…

As a nomadpreneur, I conduct a large portion of my business on the internet. I have websites through which I offer products and services to a wide range of markets. I was listening, the other day, to a radio broadcast … Continue reading

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…not to impress you, but to impress upon you….the importance of dreaming big!

Here are some recent happenings with two of my books:   Chicken Feathers and Garlic Skin: Diary of a Chinese Garment Factory Girl on Saipan (which I co-authored with Chinese national, Chun Yu Wang), is being used as a suggested … Continue reading

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Happier Abroad: Isn’t it a pity how most people want their slavery and feel empty without it?

“Isn’t it a pity how most people want their slavery and feel empty without it?” That’s a quote from the HappierAbroad.com website. I came across the site while checking my tracker statistics, when I noticed that someone on that forum … Continue reading

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Music Matters: Reggae Music and The Jamaican in China!

For reasons I’ve yet to fully comprehend, I LOVE playing music for people. It all started back in college when I took over the reins of the “Caribbean Riddims” radio show from then host, Courtney Munroe.  For the next five … Continue reading

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