Lucky Lee’s, a Chinese-American restaurant ran by nutritionist Arielle Haspel, has closed down eight months after opening its doors in April. Haspel’s restaurant, located at 67 University Place in Greenwich Village, New York, made the announcement...
Tracy Chouguess that recipe of racism and cultural appropriation didn't work out so well
Tracy Chou“The WSJ reported that I’m Lightspeed’s first black female investor. I’m also one of only five black female investors currently investing at any $1 billion+ VC firm in the US. ” — @mercebent
WeWork has tried to convey a semblance of strength in the midst of management upheaval and mass layoffs. It announced last week that it opened a record number of buildings in December, as coworking spaces long under construction were completed. But...
Tracy ChouWeWork is also trying to lease 80,000 square feet of its corporate office space in San Francisco’s Salesforce Tower. The space has a unique feature: a hot tub designed like a Turkish bathhouse, where Neumann had expected to spend time.
In 17th century northern Europe,only men wore high heels The first women to try them out were going for an androgynous look.
Tracy Choui’d be amused if men started wearing heels again to be taller and feel more masculine. (men shorter than me / roughly my height always seem to feel emasculated by how tall i am in comparison.) wouldn’t that be a fun toxic masculinity twist
Tracy Chourefreshingly transparent description of the privilege involved in being able to raise a fund. also great to see examples of people using their privilege to create opportunity for those with less @checkwarner
So now the narrative is not “Away fires woman CEO and co-founder, replaces her with a man”. Instead, the narrative is “Away fires CEO who created ‘toxic culture’, brings in fresh leadership” — a narrative that wouldn’t be possible without The...
Tracy ChouNow the narrative is not “Away fires woman CEO and co-founder, replaces her with a man”. Instead, the narrative is “Away fires CEO who created ‘toxic culture’, brings in fresh leadership” — a narrative that wouldn’t be possible without The Verge’s story.