Today's Sunday Morning Post has even more coverage of "the trial that gripped Hong Kong". Mainly "news" about how New York papers reported the story (the tabloids ran sensational stories, the broadsheets were more sober, you'll be amazed to hear).
They also report that Nancy Kissel may have been planning to ship her husband's body to the States. If so, I fear she may have chosen the wrong company - there was a time when a staple of the SMP was stories about relocation company losing or destroying the goods that had been entrusted to them.
I suppose another option was a DBS safe deposit box.