S'pore businesswoman dies after being found unconscious in Hong Kong hotel room

Linda Koh, the 36-year-old company director of the pork-processing company KSP Marketing was found dead in her Hong Kong hotel room on Saturday (Nov 12).

She is a mother of two and left for Hong Kong on Wednesday (Nov 9) for a business trip. 

Her death came as a shock to everyone as she was still posting photos of food and scenery on her Facebook account the night before.

On Saturday morning, she had breakfast with her friends and returned to her hotel room. After some time, her friend decided to check on Koh and found her unconscious.

Hong Kong police determined that she fainted suddeny but her cause of death has yet to be determined.

Her younger brother and ex-husband has since flown to Hong Kong to retrieve her body.

Koh has a history of hypertension and has been taking medication and visiting the doctor regularly. 

Friends described her as good-humoured woman who jokingly called her company "Kiasu Pig" and had an infectious laugh.

They recalled an incident last year when she injured her leg and suffered internal bleeding but she was back in the office within a week, hobbling on crutches.