Drama Nothing To Declare Information

Nothing To Declare
  • Drama Title: Nothing To Declare
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Crime, Drama
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Published Date: 1996
  • Total Episodes: 20
  • Summary: 

    This series is about the marine custom department in Hong Kong which investigates illegal activities such as preventing the entry and sales of illegal items. This is Wong Hei’s first drama that shot him to stardom. Ho Fai is the inspector of the airport branch of the custom and he suspects someone of carrying drugs. After further investigation, the person is found guilty after he nabs the person when he tries to run...

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