After cremation, family announces a public farewell A public memorial service for Canto-pop songwriter and film star James Wong Jim will be held at the Hong Kong Stadium on Sunday. Yesterday's family funeral at Cape Collinson was attended by Wong's wife, Winnie Chan Wai-man, sons Wong Yu-hong and Wong Yu-man, daughter Ursula Wong Yu-sze and former singer Wah Wa, Wong's ex-wife and mother of the three children. Writer Eunice Lam Yin-nei, who Wong once declared to be the love of his life, did not attend. Sunday's memorial service is expected to attract 10,000 people. No tickets will be issued and entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Each person who attends will receive a white flower and a booklet of photos of Wong, some of his works and a biography. Television producer Siu Chiu-shun, Wong's long-time friend and family spokesman, said: 'His supporters come from all walks of life, and he loved helping youngsters. We feel that this memorial event should be open to the public.' Ngai Chun, son of another of Wong's long-time friends, writer Ngai Hong, said the lyricist, who enjoyed spending time with friends, would have been pleased with the arrangement. Mr Siu confirmed that 10 guests would give speeches at Sunday's service, including Wong's doctor Professor Anthony Yim Ping-chuen; Wong's long-term creative partner and composer Joseph Koo Ka-fai; singer Alan Tam Wing-lun; columnist and radio show host Chip Tso; former Hospital Authority chairman Leung Chi-hung; legislator Martin Lee Chu-ming, Professor Liu Ching-chih, a friend for 30 years and one of Wong's thesis supervisors at the University of Hong Kong; writer Zhang Li; and veteran actress Lisa Wang Ming-chuen. Wong, 64, died of lung cancer eight days ago.