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by shaun ho
Models of anime characters laying in front of the casket bearing Yuk Tim’s body at the Kwong Tong funeral parlour in Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur.
KUALA LUMPUR: Following the publicity from the death of her eldest daughter, Sim Yee Ling is determined to protect her remaining daughter from the painful memories.
The jewellery salesperson said that Ng Ee Sin, 10, had been very sad and lost her appetite earlier.
“They were always quarrelling but now it feels too quiet,” she told reporters at the wake of her 15-year-old daughter Yuk Tim.
Yuk Tim was reported missing on Monday. She was found stuffed inside a suitcase dumped by the roadside in Shah Alam.
Sim said that she had not expected all the attention that was suddenly heaped on her since the beginning of her ordeal.
“I am not a celebrity. I do not need all this attention,” she said.
However, she said she was grateful that she had been receiving many messages from wellwishers .
Her grief, she said, would be the family’s burden for life.
Yee Ling’s sister Yee Lian, 31, urged the public to stop speculating on the matter.
Yuk Tim’s remains are expected to be cremated today.
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