Ada Tsim Sum-kit (centre), the 44-year-old female bodyguard who allegedly shot dead an elderly aunt and uncle at Quarry Bay Park last month. Picture: Dickson Lee.Ada Tsim Sum-kit (centre), the 44-year-old female bodyguard who allegedly shot dead an elderly aunt and uncle at Quarry Bay Park last month. Picture: Dickson Lee.
Ada Tsim Sum-kit (centre), the 44-year-old female bodyguard who allegedly shot dead an elderly aunt and uncle at Quarry Bay Park last month. Picture: Dickson Lee.
Wee Kek Koon
Opinion

Opinion

Reflections by Wee Kek Koon

Deadly shootings are rare in Hong Kong, but murderous families weren’t all that uncommon in ancient China

Chinese history is peppered with tales of murderous mothers, children and more, for whom family members were all that stood in the way of the throne

Ada Tsim Sum-kit (centre), the 44-year-old female bodyguard who allegedly shot dead an elderly aunt and uncle at Quarry Bay Park last month. Picture: Dickson Lee.Ada Tsim Sum-kit (centre), the 44-year-old female bodyguard who allegedly shot dead an elderly aunt and uncle at Quarry Bay Park last month. Picture: Dickson Lee.
Ada Tsim Sum-kit (centre), the 44-year-old female bodyguard who allegedly shot dead an elderly aunt and uncle at Quarry Bay Park last month. Picture: Dickson Lee.
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