Ode to bubble tea (or why I bought a 3kg bag of tapioca pearls)

Ode to bubble tea (or why I bought a 3kg bag of tapioca pearls)

23/5/2020 2:11:00 AM

Ode to bubble tea (or why I bought a 3kg bag of tapioca pearls)

CNA Lifestyle’s Circuit Breaker Diaries series features musings on Singapore life in the time of coronavirus. Here’s something to chew on: An unusual obsession with these orbs of goodness during Hari Raya.

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I buy the bubbles then still go out to a coffee shop and order a drink 😆

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