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Willi Chen is a businessman, playwright, poet, author, sculptor, inventor, painter and stage designer who once switched from running a café and bar to operating a bakery, before eventually going into the printing business.

Mr Chen, what on earth have you always wanted to do and have not had the chance to accomplish? “Make money.” Chuckles.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018

After 26 years in the cocoa business, Harryman “Clutch” Chattergoon has put his best foot forward and decided to tackle the local market with four products that add value to the locally grown beans.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Chacachacare Island will be the Labour Day destination of a family hike organised by Island Hikers on the Tuesday holiday.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Artists Donna Tull and Tremayne Frauenfelder hosted the opening of their exhibition, Juncture, on May 11 at the Art Society of T&T, located at the corner of Jamaica Avenue and St Vincent Boulevard, Federation Park.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Founded by the late Beryl Mc Burnie in 1947, the Board and management of The Little Carib Theatre is ensuring that its 70th anniversary is a bumper one.

Friday, June 15, 2018

The title “Father” is often bestowed upon men who have positively influenced the lives of those around them, and are thought of fondly by those they have touched.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

After partnering with the non-governmental organisation Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC), to implement a Digital Citizenship Programme for four secondary schools in February this year, the Digicel Foundation collaborated with the RSC to host the first National Tech Expo at the Chaguanas South...

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Nestled comfortably at the Buccoo Integrated Complex, Tobago Dorothee Hatzky-Wuenstel and her husband Frank Wuenstel are teaching nationals the fine art of jewelry making. The couple moved from their native Germany over a decade ago and have made Tobago their home.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

In celebration of Alta’s 25th anniversary, Alta students around the country were asked to write about the impact the organisation has had on their lives. Since 1992, Alta has provided classes around the country for thousands of Trinidadians who struggle with reading and writing.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Artist Tamara Tam-Cruikshank’s debut exhibition — Where Old Stones Are Set: The Poetics and Politics of Cultural Memory in the Built Heritage of Port of Spain, Trinidad — examines the relationships between the layers of the built environment as well as the natural and built environments.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

It is one the world’s oldest artforms. Stories can instill a value system unto a people through the messages and lessons communicated.

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