Upon knowing that her husband purposefully exchanged her body for business, Lam lost her control and killed her husband and devised a plan to lure her husband business partner and murdered ...
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Siu-bak-choi ("Little Cabbage") is a female servant of the physician Yeung Nai-mou. Yeung invents a type of condom to help people avoid contracting sexually transmitted diseases, but his idea was not accepted and he was scorned at.
Upon knowing that her husband purposefully exchanged her body for business, Lam lost her control and killed her husband and devised a plan to lure her husband business partner and murdered him as well, Lam had a good impression in Ka-Wah and in order to get him in hand, she forced his girlfriend to commit suicide but fortunately she escaped and when the police came they found Ka-Wah was tied up on the bed. Upon arrested Lam, it came to the end of a tragic story.Written by