|Directed by||Herman Yau|
|Produced by||Wong Jing|
|Written by||Ting Chau|
|Music by||Ma Chun-hung|
|Edited by||Choi Hung|
Ah Kai is a wanted convict from Hong Kong who escapes to South Africa after killing his former boss and his boss's wife. In South Africa, he works at a Chinese restaurant and one day travels with his boss to a South African tribe that is infected with the Ebola virus. Kai sees a dying infected tribe member and rapes and kills her, contracting the virus. Kai, however, is immune to the infection. He becomes a living carrier, spreading the disease to others through body fluids. He ends up killing his new boss and his boss's wife, but not before spreading the virus to them. He then cuts up their corpses and serves them as hamburgers in the restaurant, effectively spreading the virus all over South Africa. He then further spreads the virus when he flees back to Hong Kong, to all the people he has contact with.
- Anthony Wong as Kai San
- Wan Yeung-ming as Yeung
- Shing Fui-On as annoyed husband
- Wong Tsui-ling
- Miu-Ying Chan as Har
- Meng Lo as the boss
- Edward Corbett
- Lori Shannon
- Michael Tam
- Bobby Yip as Short Ugly Triad
Ebola Syndrome was released in Hong Kong on 15 June 1996.
- "Ebola Syndrome (1996) "Yi boh lai beng duk" (original title)". IMDB. Retrieved 16 January 2015.
- Dave J. Wilson (17 June 2013). "Ebola Syndrome (1996)". Cinematic Shocks. Retrieved 16 January 2014.
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