|“||(Carter: Oh, it's fake. He got you. Who did you say gave that to you?) A cat named Zing worked out on Reign Plaza. Tell you what: you better find him before I do.||„|
|~ Kenny seeing that Zing gave him counterfeit money.|
Zing is a minor antagonist of the 2001 film Rush Hour 2. He is a Triad member working for Ricky Tan.
He was portrayed by Ernie Reyes Jr..
As part of Tan's plot of making counterfeit money and distributing them through all casinos around the United States, Zing was tasked by Hu Li to distribute some of the counterfeit money in Los Angeles' underworld. One of Zing's clients happens to be Kenny, an owner of a Chinese restaurant and a close friend of Detective James Carter. Upon making a visit to Kenny and informing him about the counterfeit, Kenny confessed that he had his suspicions about the money being fake, so Carter and his partner Detective Lee take look at one of the bills and burned it, eventually confirming Kenny's suspicions. Kenny also confessed that Zing himself works at the Reign Plaza (owned by Steven Reign) as a bellhop attendant.
With this information, Lee and Carter paid a visit to the Reign Plaza, where they introduced themselves to Zing. Realizing now that he's been exposed, Zing rushes over to the back of the plaza while pursued by an angry Lee and Carter. However, it turns out that Zing has anticipated the detectives' arrival and has Hu Li and several of the Triads to hold the detectives at gunpoint and place them in a cargo truck, though the detectives would later free themselves from captivity.
It is unknown what happened to Zing following the deaths of Tan, Hu Li, Reign, and the other Triad members.