Jermaine Jackson and his sons Jaafar and Jermajesty attended the Asian Film Awards at The Venetian Macao on March 25th, 2015 where they walked the red carpet marking the first official Asian appearance by Jaafar and Jermajesty. 

Jermaine Jackson attended the MOET Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong on March 22nd, 2015 where Aaron Kwok was awarded as an actor and where they announced they will be collaborating fr the charity called iPandaS. Years ago Janet did a Pepsi commercial with the Hong Kong star Aaron Kwok.

Jermaine Jackson attended the Norby Walters 25th Annual Night of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 22nd, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. 

In an interview during the 25th Annual Night of 100 Stars Oscars Gala, Jermaine revealed that he's working on a project called iPandas which is a charity in which they use the Panda as an icon who brings happiness and joy around the world, especially to children. He also wrote a song called "iPandas, I Love You" in which he sings with his sons Jaafar and Jermajesty, and Chinese artists Aaron Kwok. Years ago Janet did a Pepsi commercial with the Hong Kong star Aaron Kwok

10 November: Ultimative Chart Show

Oliver Geisen welcomed Jermaine Jackson as a special guest on German TV "Ultimative Chart Show" in a 3-hour special about Michael Jackson's career. that was recorded on November 10th near Cologne, Germany. Also a guest on the show is Michael's former manager Dieter Wiesner, as well as punk legend Nina Hagen and Florian Moderator. Performing on stage are violinist David Garrett playing a Jackson medley, the cast of 'Thriller Live' show sings 'Black Or White', Sunrise Avenue performing 'The Way You Make Me Feel', Nina Hagen performs 'Heal The World' and Jermaine Jackson performed "Gone Too Soon". The show airs on RTL on November 21st 21.15 o'clock. 

8 November: Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy 2014 

where  Jermaine is among the speakers of The Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy 2014 A World without Walls; Opportunities for Peace Building in a Time of Global Insecurity. The conference is hosted at a number of important political, historic, and cultural locations across the city of Berlin, November 7th - 10th, 2014. The Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy is the world’s leading event within its field and traditionally hosted and organized by the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy and other leading organizations at the end of the calendar year. The 2014 conference brings together over 300 world leaders coming from the fields of politics and religious together with senior academics and celebrated artists traveling to Berlin from all corners of the world to promote global peace in our interdependent world. The 2014 Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy is held in the framework of the Berlin celebrations of the 25th Anniversary for the fall of the Berlin Wall. This year’s conference is titled “World Without Walls” to emphasize the great changes that took place in the wake of the fall of the Berlin Wall and to symbolize the many political, economic and cultural walls that still exist in today’s society. This year’s conference will focus on these boundaries and issues.  The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 was a historic catalyst that led to a change in the world’s political, economic and cultural landscape. In the tumultuous aftermath, Eastern Europe witnessed the emergence of dozens of states which led to today’s European Union. The events in Berlin also brought transformation to other parts of the world very far from the Berlin Wall, including regions as far afield as Africa and Asia, and also laid the groundwork for the world we experience today. 

Watch Jermaine Jackson's keynote and interview at The Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy 2014 A World without Walls; Opportunities for Peace Building in a Time of Global Insecurity on November 8th, 2014. In his speech Jermaine stated that God, love and a passion for positive change in your life are key elements and that respect is what we need to make the world a better place. And respect starts at home. Jermaine also talked about his upbringing, faith and music as a universal language.

 

Watch a segment of Oprah siting down with Jermaine Jackson for the first time for an episode of  "Where Are They Now" that aired on OWN on August 17th, 2014.  

Ahead of The Jacksons final show of the European Summer Tour at Suikerrock festival in Tienen on August 3rd, 2015, Jermaine Jackson and his brothers met with Belgian press for interviews, among the media sources are VTM Nieuws and RTL. Check out pictures of The Jacksons recording the report for RTL in Brussels on Sunday August 3rd.

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Jermaine Jackson spoke to Dutch "Shownieuws" for an exclusive interview in his hotel room in Amsterdam after The Jacksons concert in Paradiso on July 30th, 2014. 

Ahead of The Jacksons concert at Paradiso Amsterdam on Wednesday 30 July, Jermaine and his brothers Jackie, Tito and Marlon visited the temporary Michael Jackson Memorial Billboard at Mahler square in Amsterdam where a huge crowd showed up to get a glimpse of the legends. Every brother placed flowers under the billboard. The brothers thanked all the fans for their support and for being there and for keeping Michael's legacy alive. Jackie said words of condoleances to the Dutch crowd for losing so many people on the MH17 flight that crashed two weeks ago. 

"Michael is missed very much. When we do a performance on stage, we kind of feel him on stage. We miss him dearly. There will never be another Michael Jackson. There was only one Michael Jackson. And the reason why, he was what he was because he was blessed with a talent and God knew what he was gonna do with the talent. He was going to breed an awareness to the world of the problems and try to bring people together and children to make this world a better place. And that's why he was so great. His performance was great, but he was a great human being. Thank you. We miss him so much...."  

- Jermaine Jackson, 30 July 2014 in Amsterdam

Joseph Jackson is turning 86 years old on 26th of July and in the ten days leading up to his birthday, the patriarch reflects on each member of his immediate family, sharing private memories and fun moments that stand out the most in my mind. On Day 5, Joseph reflects on Jermaine with beautiful and very true words:

"Jermaine is the type of Kid who is very sensitive and extremely good at playing the base guitar. I have not met anyone who can play the base better than him. He loved to play the base. He taught some of his kids to play the guitar too! Actually one of his kids a few years ago was playing the lead guitar with him on stage. I have always felt that no one can sing a ballad song better than Jermaine. He has a God given talent to sing ballads better than anyone in this world. I am not saying this simply because he is my son. I have been around the block and know quality when I hear it. I only wish he sang them more often than he does. "

- Joseph Jackson, 20 July 2014 

After entering the hospitality business, Jermaine also entered the bottled water business. On May 16th 2014, Jermaine sat down with Kevin Frazier of The Insider to talk about giving back with his charity VITÁ water.  On May 17, Jermaine and his mother Katherine were on hand at Whole Foods Tarzana to sign purchased bottles of VITÁ water. Jermaine explained to KCAL9′s Adrianna Weingold why he’s decided to venture into uncharted waters. He said his new product is all about giving back and philanthropy.  

VITÁ water (pronounced Vee-ta) is helping bring clean water to countries in need. “We’re the only ones that’s building wells and really caring about providing water, clean water for people who don’t have it,” said Jermaine. Vita uses a percentage of profits to build wells in places around the world where there isn’t enough clean water. For every 31 bottles of spring water sold, Vita has pledged to provide clean drinking water to one person for 20 years. For Jermaine and his family, it’s a cause they say is close to their hearts “Water is life and so this is just a continuation of what we’ve been about all of our lives, the Jackson family,” he said. Shakira Niazi, the company’s founder and CEO, is a refugee from Afghanistan. She escaped the war-torn country at just 8 years old, and says she’s made it her mission to help others. “Their smiles, their simple joy of celebrating life through just access to water,” says Niazi, explaining what led her to water.  After each well is built, Niazi says, it’s turned over to a women in the village to manage, empowering her, while giving thousands of people clean water for years to come. That is a cause Jermaine says he’s proud to be a part of. “The songs, the videos and everything that’s where it comes from, this is all representative of heal the world, we are the world, man in the mirror, this is all part of it and that’s why I’m here.”  VITÁ water has 18 finished wells — 2 in Ethiopia and 16 in Afghanistan. They say they hope to have thousands more in the years to come. 

American network ABC aired the premiere of Celebrity Wife Swap season 3 on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014. This episode features Jermaine Jackson and Daniel Baldwin swapping their wives. At the end of the show, Jermaine vows to never do such a show again. 

 

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