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    two of negril's top chefs volunteered to cook.

    Riccardo and Gregory McKenzie of the former Grand Lido.



    pots and pots of oats porridge and cornmeal porridge every morning, and sheets of local fresh eggs.





    a couple of things converged with the retreat, my momma couldn't let us leave without some old tyme cooking, open fire cooking...

    Miss Sonia


    Ital is Vital:

    roast yam, maroon style





    peeling ackee



    tinkin toe in the fire, that's maroon war path food, eat a little of them and drink some water they fill up you belly right quick.


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    lots of pics forward on page 3 just so you know.

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    Lots of nice pics!

    Now I gotta get back down to Jamaica one day...lol
    Kung Fu is good for you.

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    Fe real!

    Yes mi bredren, when mi check it out, laawd, no whey nuh betta den yaard! I'm ujually deh bout twice a year, but dis year naw look too good mi a tell yu. Still have some fambly deh deh. But nuff respec to de I and of course to Shi Yan Ming for bein so progressive as to bring some Shaolin to Jamdung! I really hope I can link wid de I dem when time we all dere. Please keep Iman posted.

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    This thread is great

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    Shaolin Rasta Feiyues!


    I & I git dem special made, mon, custom tailored for di Shaolin Rasta bredren. Waan a pair? I cyan hook itup!

    The one on the left is my shidi's feiyue. The one on the right is my Shaolin Rasta brand. I've got a pair on order for my shidi.

    My feet are my only carriage
    My feiyues give me strength and power.
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    Oh man!!!

    I want in - size 46 please

    I know a few Dub heads in the Ziranmen Oz crew will want some as well...

    And I still want one of those canes Gene!!!
    Last edited by Blacktiger; 06-22-2011 at 05:11 PM.

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    Shaolin riddem

    There already is a Shaolin Temple riddem - I was gifted a CD of it from another Shaolin Rasta. I'll have to dig it out again to get the label.

    Nooks, RDX and Lukie D kickstart Shaolin rhythm
    BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer
    Thursday, April 12, 2012

    NEW label, SK Records (Stereo Kyng) makes its debut with the Shaolin rhythm.

    The project features tracks such as Care Zero by RDX, Beautiful Girl by LUST member Lukie D, Girl I’m Ready by George Nooks, and Watch Me by Alliance Next Generation member Calado.

    Producer Stereo Kyng spoke about the projects.

    “For a first-time project, it wasn’t difficult to get the artistes on board. But the response that we have been getting has been really good,” he said. “People seem to prefer the George Nooks track.”

    Speaking of Nooks, the veteran singer, who is known for hits such as Tribal War and God is Standing By, is set to release a new album titled Broken Vessel, it will be released on the Total Records label with distribution through Tads International.

    The album is due for release on June 29.
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    Any Shaolin Rasts's checked the new Bob Marley doco as yet?

    Other good reggae movies of note:

    Dub Echoes,Rockers,The Harder They Come....

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    well look at the time

    Do you mean this doc, Blacktiger?

    Ziggy Marley on MARLEY and the Shaolin Rasta
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    nice piece gene! just shared it on FB.

    makes me want to line up another seminar in JA.
    "All Art Is Martial." - RZA

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    let's give dennis brown a hail too:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5juGftpF06M
    "All Art Is Martial." - RZA

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    Shaolin Rasta to de worl'!

    Yes Gene Man! X amount a respec to de I, man! Nuff, nuff honor & respec, Iya! When I saw this heartical on the homepage, my mind was blown. The name of Shaolin is and has been known and honored by many in this world, but it is dear to the hearts of many a Jamaican and definitely within the trod of Rastafari. Spiritual warriors and despellers of demons, etc. are common themes within both Chan & Rastafari. I would say also the ideas of spiritual enlightenment and oneness with nature/universe. The renunciation of wordliness and the idea of perceiving reality as opposed to delusion. Many other things, too, I'm sure all the Shaolin Rasta (and the Rasta Shaolin for that matter) can tell of more things in common. But Iman jus say, maximum raspect & big ups to all who hail in the name of Shaolin Rasta around the world. "We all are one" - Jimmy Cliff

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    Check dis

    Hey bredda Sloan, Wha bout dis?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsQsCyAxA8U

    Plus check these bredren in yard

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5zVh12SdlQ&feature=fvsr

    I got more in store. Stay tuned.
    Last edited by Shaolin Rasta; 04-23-2012 at 12:11 AM.

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    Thanks & praises mi Shaolin Rasta bredren...

    Nice song adds. Keep 'em rolling!

    Lemme just say - discussing kung fu with Ziggy was really fun. I wish I had a camera to catch his kung fu gestures.

    Didya all see MARLEY yet?
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