In these photographs, Chong captures the historicity of his cultural kin by documenting Jamaicans in different communities. Each individual or group was given the opportunity to present themselves in a noble or respectful manner. Many, having rarely been photographed during their lifetimes, turned these moments into important milestones in their lives as well. Photographic portraits have become a normal and almost egalitarian ritual in western societies, but the same is not true in the so called Third World. This ongoing project has enabled the artist to make contact with Jamaicans with whom he shares a cultural and linguistic heritage.