Ninety-five Beijing tourists stranded in Phuket arrived home on a charter flight yesterday to be greeted by kisses and hugs from relatives. Another 120 returned to Shanghai on a second charter flight and a further 100 tourists will be flown to the city today. Pan Guangxue , an attache at the Chinese embassy in Bangkok, said 483 mainland tourists had left Thailand and those still there would be sent home soon. He said five mainlanders and eight Taiwanese were still missing in Thailand. The embassy said seven of eight injured mainlanders had been discharged from Phuket hospitals and had returned home. Only one woman remains in hospital, receiving treatment for a broken finger. Relief supplies, including tents, blankets and food, were sent from Guangzhou to Jakarta early today, a day after 100 tonnes of aid was sent to Sri Lanka from Nanjing , Xian and Tianjin , Xinhua reported. At a meeting with visiting Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar yesterday, Vice-President Zeng Qinghong expressed sorrow and shock over the disaster that hit the country. Mainland travel agencies have reported widespread cancellations of tours to Southeast Asia and are not optimistic that bookings will rebound for the Lunar New Year, traditionally a three-week bumper season for outbound travel.