Jasmine Chu Sum-yu, the youngest Hong Kong victim of last week’s deadly bombing in Bangkok, is recovering in a local hospital after returning home from the Thai capital early this morning. The nine year old and her father were brought to Princess Margaret Hospital shortly before 3am after a flight from Bangkok, where their holiday in one of the most popular tourist destinations for Hongkongers turned into a nightmare. Her father Chu King-fun, 61, said : “I'm relieved now as I’m back home. Now, all I’m concerned about is the recovery of my girl.” READ MORE: Hongkongers allowed to cancel Bangkok trips dated up to September 10 after shrine blast Jasmine and her father, a retiree from a stock brokerage, were on a five-day holiday in the Thai capital when they were caught up in the bomb attack that killed 20 people on August 17. She suffered shrapnel wounds in her thigh when an explosion ripped through the famous Erawan Shrine, a popular attraction among East Asian tourists, shortly after 7pm. Her father escaped with slight injuries. A Thai friend who was with the Chu family was not so lucky; she was confirmed dead at the scene. The blast left Jasmine in danger of losing her leg and she underwent a seven-hour operation last week to remove a large piece of shrapnel from her thigh. That was her third round of surgery in a Bangkok hospital. Chu looked relieved to be home and had good news about his daughter’s condition: “She’s making good progress, especially over the past two days.” He expected her future treatment to be mostly physiotherapy. “I hope no more surgery will be needed,” he said. “There will still some little pieces [of shrapnel] in her belly but the doctors did not recommend another retrieval as they posed no risks.” Jasmine, a student from Ling Liang Church Sau Tak Primary School in Tung Chung, was expected to go to primary four when the school year started next week. Chu said it was too late for that, but he would meet the school management to discuss a special arrangement for his daughter. “My injuries are too minor. I'm okay,” he said as he expressed gratitude to the Hong Kong government and his insurance firm, which took care of all their medical fees. Jasmine’s arrival marks the return of all six Hongkongers injured in the Bangkok bombing. Two young Hong Kong women and four mainlanders were among the 20 killed in the attack. The bodies of Vivian Chan Wing-yan, 19, and Arcadia Pang Wan-chee, 24, were brought back home on Saturday.