ZoundriaKanhai, Youthlink Writer
In Jamaica, some things just go without saying. It is not Christmas without sorrel and fruitcake, and it's not Easter without bun and cheese, fried fish, etc. Sadly, though, the more developed we become as a nation, the more we lose touch with things that make us uniquely Jamaican. Let us pause, with a moment of silence, as we reflect upon five Jamaican traditions that will never be handed on to future generations.
1) The telling of Anancy stories