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Entrepreneurs Find Success in 'Bubble' Tea

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Entrepreneurs Find Success in 'Bubble' Tea

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Entrepreneurs Find Success in 'Bubble' Tea

Entrepreneurs Find Success in 'Bubble' Tea

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Taiwanese immigrant entrepreneurs have found success in the United States selling a popular drink they brought with them from home. Known as bubble or pearl tea for the balls of tapioca at the bottom of the drink, it's poured over ice and usually blended with milk and sugar. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.

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