|Hit from the Tong|
|Game||GTA Chinatown Wars|
|Target||Zhou Ming and his bodyguards|
|Location||Construction site in Algonquin|
|Unlocks||Salt in the Wound|
|Unlocked by||Rat Race|
Once you have walked into the marker, destroy the gate lock (using the pen on the touchscreen for DS, tapping the shoulder buttons for PSP). After the lock is broken, walk in and two triads will approach you. After the cutscene finishes, a bunch of Triads will attack. Kill all of the Triads, and you encounter Zhou in the middle of the three buildings. After another short cutscene, Zhou enters a helicopter and more Triads attack, eliminate them and proceed over to the first elevator. After breaking the lock and going to the top of the building, Zhou will proceed to attack you in the helicopter.
The helicopter is invunerable to everything but rockets, so grab the Rocket Launcher nearby and fire at Zhou. After a few shots, Zhou flies off, when he does this, you are prompted to head down to the ground, where more Triads are waiting, kill them and go to the top of the second building. Following the same technique as before, damage Zhou to the point where he flies away. After this, head down to the ground again and defeat more Triads. After they are killed, head to the top of the third building to face Zhou for the last time. When Zhou's health bar is completely depleted, mission complete.
It is recommended that you have an assault rifle/carbine, minigun SMG and such WMD to do this job before start.
(Breaking in the construction yard)
Triad: It's Huang! He's here for Zhou! Kill the little bastard!
(Huang encounters Zhou)
Huang: You arrogant treacherous shit!
Zhou: Why the hell would I betray the Triads? I was going to be boss.
Huang:The FIB file names you and Chan as their contacts.
Zhou: Bullshit! You're being played, rich kid ... Don't make me kill you.
Huang: Whatever you say, Zhou.
(Zhou gets in the helicopter)
(Huang shoots down helicopter)
- The term tong means a Chinese assosiation in the U.S. and is associated with criminal activity.
- The name of the mission maybe a reference to Cypress Hill's track, Hits from the Bong.