Hats off to the Golden State Warriors this season. It’s been an enduring 20 years since they’ve reached the NBA finals, and you can tell the Bay Area is prouder than ever. The city is a sea of blue and yellow and the team’s most popular player and point guard, Stephen Curry is probably getting more attention than the newest local, organic granola. :P The Academy of Sciences has even named a penguin after him! So we thought we might as well make a chai in honor of him and the success of the Warriors: introducing our Curry Chai!
A couple weeks back, I got a call from a marketing manager of En Point Technologies- a tech company based in Southern California. They had heard about The Chai Cart and asked if they could sponsor my cart at an event.
I am really excited about this year…this is going to be a special year for all of us. How can it not be? It started with 1-1-11!
I feel especially optimistic this year. Not b’coz I am a lot wiser but also b’coz I have found the support of people who push me forward every time I'm stuck.
For the past week, the Indian community in the US has been enraged by Joel Stein's article in TIME - My Own Private India.
Many, including Kal Penn, have penned their responses. Being brown and a "passive activist", I decided to join the others and also write a response. The best way to counter attack satire is by satire…so forgive my first and amateurish attempt.
Street food in Asia is commonplace