Ellen Pollock, our Business editor, responds to readers who voiced criticism over our recent story on bubble tea.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JULY 28, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
41-28 MAIN STREET #26
FLUSHING, NEW YORK, 11355
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - EXPRESSWAY BUBBLE TEA & SNACKS INC.
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- Bulletin board: Our Readers Call Us Out Over Bubble Tea. They Are Right.
Thursday Aug 17, 2017
- The New York Times just discovered bubble tea, which has been around for decades
By Cale Guthrie Weissman - Thursday Aug 17, 2017
While not quite on the level of pea guacamole (yet), a recent New York Times article is raising eyebrows. Originally titled “The Blobs In Your Tea? They’re Supposed To Be There” (although the headline has since changed), the piece chronicled the rise of boba tea–a well-known and delicious drink. First, it’s important to note that bubble … Continue reading “The New York Times just discovered bubble tea, which has been around for decades”
While not quite on the level of pea guacamole (yet), a recent New York Times article is raising eyebrows. Originally titled “The Blobs In Your Tea? They’re Supposed To Be There” (although the headline has since changed), the piece chronicled the rise of boba tea–a well-known and delicious drink.
- The New York Times has recognized that it did not discover bubble tea
By Chloe Bryan - Friday Aug 18, 2017
That boba in your tea? It's, uh, been there for a while.
The New York Times issued a revision Thursday after publishing a bizarre article Wednesday about bubble tea called "Those Blobs In Your Tea? They're Supposed To Be There." The article itself wasn't much better, implying that boba — a popular beverage stateside for years — has finally hit it big in the United States. (The headline was changed several times before the follow-up was published, and the story heavily edited.)More about New York Times, Bubble Tea, Culture, Food, and Web Culture
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