1. Transfinite Passage (1990, oil on board), by Trinidadian artist Patrick Warsing Chu Foon. Courtesy Central Bank of Trinidad And Tobago Collection and The Chinese American Museum

Tracing Circles and Circuits | Panorama

A new exhibition spread across two museums in Los Angeles uses artworks and archival materials to show how different generations of Chinese Caribbean artists deal with issues of migration, diaspora, and cultural identity. Curator Alexandra Chang explains.

Stills from the record-breaking “Despacito” video

Pasito a pasito: Daddy Yankee and Luis Fonsi | Backstory

The Caribbean musical hit of 2017? That’s “Despacito”, the steamy song by Puerto Ricans Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, which has been breaking records all year. Nazma Muller investigates its runaway success, and explains why “Despacito” has roused controversy for more than its lyrics.

Bad Lucky Goat

Screenshots (November/December 2017) | Film Reviews

This month’s film-watching picks.


Playlist (November/December 2017) | Music Reviews

This month’s listening picks.

The Marvellous Equations of the Dread

Bookshelf (November/December 2017) | Book Reviews

This month’s reading picks in our books column.

Street mural in Miami’s Wynwood neighbourhood, home to galleries and design studios. © iStock.com/Brians101

On Florida’s “Art Coast” | Destination

South Florida: famous for its beaches, its nightlife, its shopping and entertainment. But the stretch of golden coast between Miami and Fort Lauderdale should also be famous for its fabulous art scene and world-class museums, says Samantha Rojas.

Hadriana in All My Dreams

Bookshelf (September/October 2017) | Book Reviews

This month’s reading picks in our books column.

Pan Roots Culture

Playlist (September/October 2017) | Music Reviews

This month’s listening picks.

BVI poet Richard Georges. Photo courtesy Mark Gellineau

Richard Georges: “I let the tides tug me along” | Q&A

With his debut book Make Us All Islands shortlisted for a prestigious Forward Prize, BVI poet Richard Georges is the latest Caribbean writer to make a splash beyond home shores. He talks to Shivanee Ramlochan about the special challenges of writing from a small place.

Still from Papa Machete. Photo courtesy Third Horizon

Jason Jeffers: stories like ours | Snapshot

His passion for film started when he was growing up in Barbados. It led Jason Jeffers to make the award-winning short documentary Papa Machete, and to found the Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival in Miami. What these initiatives have in common, he tells Nailah Folami Imoja, is a dedication to telling Caribbean stories and changing the way the world imagines our islands.