Featured Blogs on the Top 100 at the @RiceBowl

Today I just wanted to write a post about some Featured Blogs on RBJ’s Top Blogs list.

This list is an ongoing project that will continually be updated and improved upon.

Rice Bowl Journals features some of the best blogs on the web by Asian bloggers as well as blogs written about Asia and Asian Culture.

Rice Bowl Journals is not exclusive to just Asians, and we try to feature expats who’ve settled in Asian countries and choose to write about their new home and newfound culture.

Noteworthy: Also check out “The Code: Picking Apart the Top 100 Script and its Features”

Featured RBJ Blogs

Here are some of the best blogs in the RBJ directory.

1

Digital Inspiration

RBJ Top Blogs

“Digital Inspiration, launched in 2004, is among the top 100 technology and how-to blogs on the Internet out of an estimated total of 130+ million blogs.”

2

Culture Japan

RBJ Top Blogs

“Culture Japan’s mission is to share and make Japanese culture more accessible to the world. We do this through the web and mobile platforms that we develop and run, the TV shows that we produce, the merchandise that we develop and the events that we roll out worldwide – all with the help of our mascot character Mirai Suenaga.”

3

Tofugu

RBJ Top Blogs

“Tofugu is a wonky Japanese language and culture blog. We also make the Japanese learning resources we wished we had (or still wish we had).”

4

Angry Asian Man

RBJ Top Blogs

“This is a blog about Asian America.”

5

8Asians.com

RBJ Top Blogs

“8Asians is a collaborative online publication that features original, diverse commentary by Asians from around the world on issues that affect our community.”

6

echeng.com

RBJ Top Blogs

Eric Cheng is a renaissance man of sorts, graduating from Stanford University with B.S. and Masters degrees in Computer Science, and working as a contract computer engineer. He is also an accomplished professional photographer and avid diver, whose works have graced the covers of magazines and photo galleries. He’s an accomplished classical cellist, a world traveler, and once helped found a software company. He has been online journaling and blogging since the early days.

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Carlos Rull

Carlos Rull is a musician living in the San Diego area. His interests include Yoga, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and Gardening. He plays drums, piano, and composes New Age & Ambient music, and his albums are available on iTunes and Amazon.com.

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