People Are Dragging The New York Times For "Discovering" Bubble Tea
Previously, The New York Times had called bubble tea "so 2002." Now, it's the hot new trend.
UPDATE: The New York Times has apologized for its bubble tea article in response to criticism from its readers.
"In retrospect, we wish we had approached the topic differently (if at all)," wrote business editor Ellen Pollock. "There may be a story in the expansion of bubble tea businesses in the United States, but there is no denying the drink has been around for quite a while. And we regret the impression left by some of the original language in the article, which we have revised in light of the concerns."