In the beginning of You Only Live Twice, Bond is working on a case in Hong Kong. He is enjoying the company of a Chinese agent in a hotel room when he is rudely interrupted by two gunmen. Ling, the Chinese agent, is in fact also working for Mi6 and is there to help Bond stage his own death.
"Well at least he died on the job..."
-Royal Hong Kong police officer-
|Nathan Road around the same area as "Bond's hotel"|
A villain is observing Bond's funeral from the Hong Kong Yacht Club while reading Bond's obituary in The Hong Kong Tiger Standard. Today simply known as The Standard, the free English newspaper is still distributed in Hong Kong. The article however is a fake. You can clearly see that Bond's obituary has been put in afterwords to match the cover page.
However, the article reads:
"In the early hours of this morning, in a Hong Kong Hotel bedroom, was recovered the body of the British Naval Commander James Bond.
The body was discovered by two police inspectors of the Hong Kong Police Force, who answered an emergency call from from a nearby bar. The gunfire was heard by people in the street below and the police were on the scene within minutes. As yet there has been no arrest but the police..."
"Like Peking duck is different from Russian caviar, but I love them both."
The Bond connection continued when Chin made an appearance in Casino Royale, almost 40 years after her close encounter with Connery in Hong Kong. In Casino Royale she portrays the mysterious Madame Wu, who played poker against Le Chiffre on his yacht and also participated in the poker game at Casino Royale in Montenegro.
"Darling, I give you very best duck!"