Story about Pearl Milk Tea 工約定報 Everyone knows The New York Times is the newspaper to read for the latest news in the US and around the world. However, on August 16, 2017, it ran a story on pearl milk tea, which is also known as 表示 boba tea, that treated the drink as something new and exotic. 1. and the paper's readers didn't hold back on calling them out on their mistake. First created in Taiwan over 30 years ago and popular throughout Asia, 遍及亞: 2._. In fact, dozens, if not hundreds , of pearl milk tea shops are in New York City alone . Therefore, for the story's writer to call the drink new and confusing to the American mainstream showed a lack of respect. That's because it assumed the American mainstream was made up of only white people and not people from all cultures. That was not the first time The New York Times presented food and customs from non-white cultures 拉麥面 as strange and exotic. For example, in 2004, it discovered ramen, which 3. in Japan in the 19th century. This just goes to show that there needs to be a better mix of people and cultures in newsrooms.
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