The headmaster of the students and teachers who died in the Pat Sin Leng fire has welcomed the issue of a postage stamp featuring the mountain range. People should separate the mountain's spectacular beauty from the February hillfire, the principal, Hui Wing-ho, said. Mr Hui said he did not want the stamp to rekindle memories of the fire which claimed the lives of two teachers and three pupils from Fung Yiu King Memorial Secondary School. The $1.30 stamp, to be issued next month, is part of a set depicting four of the territory's most famous mountains. 'People should not put the two things together. I don't want people to look at the stamp and be sad, Mr Hui said. 'Pat Sin Leng is one of the most famous mountains in Hong Kong. When you look at it from the coastline or halfway up, it looks supreme and majestic.' Four pupils who survived the hillfire, which engulfed a school tramping party, are still in the burns unit at Prince of Wales Hospital. Mr Hui said it may be next February before all the pupils were back at the Ma On Shan school. It is considering ways to commemorate the accident's anniversary. A Post Office spokesman admitted there was hesitation about the stamp of Pat Sin Leng, although the selection and designs had been made before the fire. The other stamps in the set feature Lion Rock, Lantau Peak and Ma On Shan.