Funerals for victims of the Manila hostage tragedy will take place in the next few days, and plans are in hand on the first day of the new school year today to counsel students affected. The funeral for tour guide Masa Tse Ting-chunn, 31, will be held at noon on Monday at Universal Funeral Parlour in Hung Hom. Tse tried to stop the gunman getting onto the coach, and secretly called his travel company Hong Thai Travel about the hijacking. He had been with the agency for 11 years. The funeral for Fu Cheuk-yan, 39, will be held at noon on Saturday at Po Fook Hill in Tai Wai. His wife Tsang Yee-lai and two children Chak-yin and Chung-yin were allowed to leave the Manila bus and survived. All students at HKMA David Li Kwok Po College will go through a counselling session before attending the opening of the school term. Jason Leung Song-xue, 18, who survived the shooting with serious injuries, studied for five years at the school, and his deceased sister, Jessie Leung Song-yi, 14, was to have started Form Three today. Close friends of the two had been getting emotional support from the school, and most had come to terms with their loss, a spokesman said. The counselling service will continue as long as it is needed. At Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School, counselling services will also be in place. Orphaned survivors Tracey Wong Cheuk-yiu, 15, and her brother Jason Wong Ching-yat, 12, are pupils there. Tracey will start Form Five while Jason is due to start in Form One tomorrow. Their parents, Wong Tze-lam and Yeung Yee-wa, and six other Hongkongers died.