Equivalent of golang channel in Java

I have a requirement where I need to read from a set of Blocking queues. The blocking queues are created by the Library I am using. My code has to read from the queues. I don’t want to create a reader thread for each of these blocking queues. Rather I want to poll them for availability of data using a single thread (or probably using 2/3 threads at max). As some of the blocking queues might not have data for long time, while some of them may get bursts of data. Polling the queues with small timeout will work, but that is not efficient at all as it still needs to keep looping over all the queues even when some of them are without data for long time. Basically, I am looking for a select/epoll(used on sockets) kind of mechanism on blocking queues. Any clue is really appreciated.

Doing that in Go is real easy though. Below code simulates the same with channels and goroutines:

package main

import "fmt"
import "time"
import "math/rand"

func sendMessage(sc chan string) {
    var i int

    for {
        i =  rand.Intn(10)
        for ; i >= 0 ; i-- {
            sc <- fmt.Sprintf("Order number %d",rand.Intn(100))
        }
        i = 1000 + rand.Intn(32000);
        time.Sleep(time.Duration(i) * time.Millisecond)
    }
}

func sendNum(c chan int) {
    var i int 
    for  {
        i = rand.Intn(16);
        for ; i >=  0; i-- {
            time.Sleep(20 * time.Millisecond)
            c <- rand.Intn(65534)
        }
        i = 1000 + rand.Intn(24000);
        time.Sleep(time.Duration(i) * time.Millisecond)
    }
}

func main() {
    msgchan := make(chan string, 32)
    numchan := make(chan int, 32)
    i := 0
    for ; i < 8 ; i++ {
        go sendNum(numchan)
        go sendMessage(msgchan)
    }
    for {
        select {
        case msg := <- msgchan:
            fmt.Printf("Worked on  %s\n", msg)
        case x := <- numchan:
            fmt.Printf("I got %d \n", x)
        }
    }
}