Neil Li

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.

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

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