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What is bubble tea?

Bubble tea, also known as pearl milk tea, bubble milk tea, or boba tea, is originated in Taiwan in the 1980s. Unlike coffee, which has been a status symbol for China’s white-collar elite, bubble tea in China attracts the younger generation. They are willing to pay 20 to 40 RMB (US$3 to US$6) for a cup of bubble tea that may include cheese topping or fruit.

Bubble tea is no longer marketed just as a drink; Bubble tea has also become a lifestyle concept. When . . .

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