Concerning the Quality of Writing on this Blog
Concerning history, literature, and such, EccentricYoruba is the master (she's in Google, by the way). Her posts are well-researched, and visually laid out very well. Her style is eloquent, succinct, and she remains the consummate professional. If you want to discuss politics, Blasian novels, or Blasian history, she's the writer to emulate. If you want to write on this blog - period - she's the writer to emulate.
The mistresses of pop culture are Lenoxave and Cinnamon. Notice that they don't post often, especially Lenoxave; they prefer to take their time to compile research, and in Cinnamon's case, pictures. Both tend to have a maturity about them when they discuss singers and actors, and there's a reason this works. You have to be careful approaching genres such as K-Pop and the like; you don't want to sound like an narrow-minded fangirl. While Lenoxave has the ability to appeal to mature readers and explain what we want from the industry, Cinnamon knows where to find "the black woman" aspect in Blasian-related media, whether it's in anime or the rare Blasian couple we never knew about.
Bcbgrl33, who really ought to post more, garnered a lot of attention in the early months with her "Seoul Searching" series. She really nailed writing about experience and discussing racism in real life, both her perspectiv, and the perspectives of others (which makes me think about DN, by the way, who's shown some major growth on this blog. She's really growing in the area of experiential writing).
These are the writers to emulate on this blog. They are setting the standards and some of their work is immortal; Cinnamon is particularly infamous for doing this. When I check site stats it always seems like a post she wrote EONS ago is still a popular read.
Ladies, you rock. Carry on.