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The mission starts off with the protagonist being told to go to a less public payphone in southwest Atlantic Heights (although the dialogue says Aye Valley) for more instructions. Various restaurants under Uncle Fu's protection have "premiums" due and the protagonist is told to collect the payments from the owners. Pu Ping, who owns the Rancid Dragon, is the first on the list to collect from in central Glen Wood. After collecting from Pu Ping, the protagonist needs to head to east Wood Hill and meet Ho Ching, who runs the Belching Buddha. Once the pickup is made, the protagonist is then told to go and meet Lei Ming, who owns the Drooping Lotus, in southwest Aye Valley and collect from him. The last owner on the list is Chu Wing Dung, who runs the Rampant Cockerel in northeast Woodside. Once the four pickups have been made, the money needs to be taken back to Uncle Fu's garage in southwest Chinatown to complete the mission.
The player is awarded 30,000 points and +1 score multiplier upon completing the mission.