She lost her husband and two daughters in the Manila bloodbath, but Amy Ng Yau-woon did not collapse in sorrow at their funeral last night. She stayed calm and tearless as she greeted weeping friends, colleagues and classmates of her slain family members - husband Ken Leung Kam-wing and daughters Doris Leung Chung-see and Jessie Leung Song-yi - at a Catholic funeral mass at the Universal Funeral Parlour in Hung Hom. The funeral parlour was a sea of flowers as the public paid their final tributes to the last of the families who lost members in last month's shooting in the Philippines. Over 100 wreaths surrounded a photograph showing Ken Leung and his daughters smiling together. Former classmates of Doris, 21, said the photo showed her as just the same cheerful young woman that they had known. Three wreaths were from Ng and her son, Jason Leung Song-xue, who survived the carnage. Jason, 18, is still in intensive care at Tuen Mun Hospital, recovering from severe brain injuries he suffered on the bus. 'Mrs Leung [Ng] looks emotionally very strong,' said a Mrs Sin, whose son was Jason's classmate for four years at HKMA David Li Kwok-po College. She said Ng has tremendous confidence that her son will wake up soon. 'I hope Jason can leave the intensive care unit soon so that I can visit him,' said Sin, who knew the Leungs from parent-teacher activities at the school. Classmates of Jason and Jessie - who was due to enter Form Two at the school - attended a public vigil in the afternoon after their school lessons were over for the day. A student named Liu, a Form Seven student who came with about 10 of his classmates, said Jason and Jessie were cheerful, kind and nice. 'Jason was a very good classmate and friend,' he said. About 500 friends and relatives of the Leungs attended last night's funeral. A final memorial service was due to be held this morning at Ken Leung's alma mater, Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School in San Po Kong, Kowloon. The cremation will be at the Diamond Hill Crematorium and burial will be in St Raphael's Catholic Cemetery, in Cheung Sha Wan.