And so it begins…

…again.

I’ve had a number of blogs and all of them failed. Either due to lack of interest, inspiration, or a clean layout, I never could seem to maintain a website. With The Rice Papers, this will change.

This site will serve as a place for general analysis, commentary, and reflection on both the issues of the day and on my personal experiences. I hope that I can bring a unique perspective to our world, one that is lacking from current discourse; a tall order indeed.  Of course, the site could easily shift away from the simple mission I provide today; it’s existence is tempered by my changing views, so I wouldn’t expect a lot of consistency with what/where/when/how content is posted.

Part of the catalyst for the Rice Papers is my upcoming study abroad. In fall 2011, I will be traveling to Beijing, China under the Pitzer in China program. With a little perseverance and know-how, this site can be one part of that experience.

So, in a manner quite similar to the past, it begins again. I’ll try to keep the content as diversified as possible, but you never know what you will get.

Thanks for making the site a part of your day. I hope this is just the beginning of a long journey we can be on together. If you have any comment, question, concern, or advice that can add to our conversation/the rice papers, please contact me.

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About Jonathan Rice

Fulbright Fellow, Pitzer College alum, and communicator passionate about telling stories that make an impact.

Posted on 06/22/2011, in General, The DC Area and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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