Yeow Ng stands among boxes filled with millions of colored rubber bands at the Rainbow Loom online warehouse in northeast Wichita. Ng and his brother Choon, both former Wichita State students, created the toy that has become wildly popular and inspired several copycat versions.
Yeow Ng stands among boxes filled with millions of colored rubber bands at the Rainbow Loom online warehouse in northeast Wichita. Ng and his brother Choon, both former Wichita State students, created the toy that has become wildly popular and inspired several copycat versions. The Wichita Eagle
Yeow Ng stands among boxes filled with millions of colored rubber bands at the Rainbow Loom online warehouse in northeast Wichita. Ng and his brother Choon, both former Wichita State students, created the toy that has become wildly popular and inspired several copycat versions. The Wichita Eagle

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