Slime makers Ellen Ho (left) and Nicole Wun Cheuk-lam sell between 60 and 70 tubs of slime a week at Sham Shui Po’s Dragon Centre. Photo: Edmond So

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

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Slime makers Ellen Ho (left) and Nicole Wun Cheuk-lam sell between 60 and 70 tubs of slime a week at Sham Shui Po’s Dragon Centre. Photo: Edmond So
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