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People with Down’s syndrome live their dreams for Hong Kong photo exhibition

The University of Hong Kong exhibition features photos of 12 people with Down’s syndrome performing their dream roles. Photographer Victoria Tang-Owen says Hong Kong lacks jobs for disabled people.

30 Oct 2018 - 8:21AM

The University of Hong Kong exhibition features photos of 12 people with Down’s syndrome performing their dream roles. Photographer Victoria Tang-Owen says Hong Kong lacks jobs for disabled people.

People with Down’s syndrome live their dreams for Hong Kong photo exhibition
How Rubik’s Cube craze spawned rival’s Hong Kong puzzle career, and why, at 78, he’s out to finally crack the China toy market

Uwe Meffert made his first twisting puzzles for a research project. They stayed in a drawer until the Rubik’s Cube became a hit and he took them to Hong Kong toymakers; 35 years and 230 million cubes later, he’s turned to China

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Uwe Meffert made his first twisting puzzles for a research project. They stayed in a drawer until the Rubik’s Cube became a hit and he took them to Hong Kong toymakers; 35 years and 230 million cubes later, he’s turned to China

How Rubik’s Cube craze spawned rival’s Hong Kong puzzle career, and why, at 78, he’s out to finally crack the China toy market
Hong Kong teen entrepreneurs cash in on slime craze, but why do kids love playing with it in the first place?

Gloopy, glutinous but ultimately gleeful for many, slime has exploded in popularity worldwide over the past year, with some sharp-minded schoolkids making a bit of extra pocket money by selling jars of their own concoctions

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Gloopy, glutinous but ultimately gleeful for many, slime has exploded in popularity worldwide over the past year, with some sharp-minded schoolkids making a bit of extra pocket money by selling jars of their own concoctions

Hong Kong teen entrepreneurs cash in on slime craze, but why do kids love playing with it in the first place?