HONG KONG • The sister of Yammie Lam (above), who died final Saturday, reportedly needs a easy funeral.
While funeral particulars have not been firmed up but, followers will pay their respects right this moment at St Anne’s Church, which is ready to carry a memorial service for the previous TVB actress.
She was baptised within the church in 2013.
TVB can also be paying tribute by airing two of her standout 1980s TV serials – Looking Back In Anger and The Mamasan – this weekend.
After the 55-year-old’s decomposed physique was found in her flat in Stanley, the Hong Kong Performing Artistes Guild mentioned it was not going to desert one in all its personal, if her members of the family couldn’t be contacted. Actor Louis Koo, president of the guild, mentioned members have been keen to bear the funeral prices.
But Lam’s sister was noticed on the mortuary on Monday to establish the physique.
The authorities don’t suspect foul play for the reason that physique had no obvious wounds. No word was found within the flat – the place Lam had lived alone – and there have been no indicators of looting.
The South China Morning Post cited a supply as saying that though preliminary investigations confirmed that Lam had fallen within the lavatory, the authorities would nonetheless conduct an post-mortem to find out the reason for dying.
Meanwhile, followers are upset that some persons are attempting to exploit the misfortune, launching crowdfunding drives to ostensibly assist the household. Her fan membership has arrange a WeChat group to offer updates about developments.
Lam, who co-starred with Stephen Chow within the film A Chinese Odyssey (1995), bowed out of the business after a automotive crash in 1998 hobbled her with accidents.