The wife notices a small chip on one of her teeth. Can't recall how it might have happened, but once noticed it is annoying (you know how you can feel these things with your tongue and can't quit playing with it).
She makes an appointment to see the dentist. Hasn't been for a while, so probably good to get a check up and have this chip filled/filed or whatever.
Her appointment is first thing, so she is waiting patiently when the receptionist apologises that the dentist will be a bit late as he is stuck in traffic.
He? Wife has made an appointment to see a female dentist.
Receptionist looks a bit nervous and says that Dr Leung passed away almost A YEAR AGO!!!
Name is still on door, stationery and everything else. Hell, the diplomas are still on the frigging wall!
Wife walked out as she was a) a bit freaked and b) seriously worried about the professional ethics of this. The new Doc even phoned her and asked her to come back, but no dice.
You would think that if you called a medical practice (or any professional practice) and asked for an appointment with a particular person that you would be told if they were unavailable or "no longer with our practice". Surely Docs move office enough (or die, as in this case) for folks to be able to give you the truth.
Wife is now working out what the HK dentist organisation is called so she can file a complaint!