Friday, 30 August 2019

ON THE SCENE: Highlights from Huawei’s Seeds for the Future ceremony + Jesse Royal gives a helping hand + B’day celebrations for Beenie Man, Usain Bolt

HEAD OF THE CLASS: Aug. 22, Kingston. China-bound undergrads were the toast of the Huawei Seeds for the Future departure ceremony, held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston last Thursday. The 16 students have been awarded internships and will participate in a two-week programme at Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen, China, from September 4 to 21. (Photo: Skkan Media)

ON MESSAGE: Aug. 22, Kingston. Technology minister Fayval Williams was among the speakers at the ceremony for the Huawei Seeds for the Future initiative, now in its third year. The programme selects top college students to go to China for an internship devoted to training future ICT professionals. (Photo: Skkan Media)

CATCHING UP: Aug. 22, Kingston. Moses ‘Beenie Man’ Davis was the man of the hour, as his Boom-sponsored birthday festivities took centrestage at Jangar’s, drawing support from celeb friends like Zachary Harding(Photo: Skkan Media)

HIS KIND OF FOLKS: Aug. 24, St. Andrew. Also celebrating an August birthday, Usain Bolt and friends partied at Devon House’s Fridays at the Devon, to mark his turning 33. (Photo: Sleek)

FOR THE PEOPLE: Aug. 27, Kingston. Roots-reggae rocker Jesse Royal put in some charity work earlier this week, hitting the road to meet and greet residents on the WATA Hydration Tour. Talk about walking the walk! (Photo: Sleek)

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