Monday, October 24, 2011


Raymond Cho and Elaine Chiang
A partition was set to prevent media coverage
Lee Lam Lam
courtesy of
Derek Yee, John Chiang, Paul Chun
courtesy of

Paul Chun Pui, John Chiang Dai Wai and Derek Yee Tung Sing's mother Hung Mei, originally named Law Chun, earlier passed away at the age of 93.  Yesterday a funeral was held.  The brothers at 4:45PM conducted an interview with reporters.  They were dressed in black suits and said that their mother was a Catholic, so the funeral would be a Catholic ceremony.  After the ceremony the remains will be taken to be
cremated and the ashes will rest at the Chang Sha Wan Catholic cemetery.  Speaking of his mother, Chiang Dai Wai was teary eyed.  Was he reminded of his mother's teaching?  He said, "If I want I can talk for a long time, everyone has parents."  Because his mother was an actress in the 40s, a special memorial program was published.  Yet Chiang Dai Wai said that it was left to be the next generation's responsibility.  They said
that most of the grandchildren returned to Hong Kong for the funeral.

Elaine Chiang Yi Lan brought her children, who left early after paying their respect.  She and her husband Raymond Cho Wing Lim spoke to reporters.  She said that she had many memories of her grandmother, over the years they have been very close.  She said that Grandmother was already 93 and even had great-grandchildren, so she passed away very peacefully.  Although when Grandmother passed away not all the children and grandchildren were present, most were by her side.

In addition, Wong Wai Kei, Albert Yeung Sau Sing, Damien Lau Chung Yan and others attended the service.  Many artists like Louis Koo Tin Lok, Wai Ying Hung, Yeung Sau Sing, Jackie Chan and his wife, Leon Lai Ming, Lau Ching Wan and Amy Kwok Oi Ming, Peter Chan Ho Sun and Sandra Ng Kwan Yu, Andrew Lau wai Keung, Linda Wong Hing Ping, Vivian Lai Shui Yan sent floral arrangements, Aunt Six also sent a floral arrangement as Shaw Fong Yat Wa.

No comments:

Post a Comment