RIP! Life Cut Short!

Singaporean Melisa Liu Rui Chun died on the spot in Monday's bomb blast in Bangkok, Her husband Ng Su Teck, 35, was one of seven Singaporeans injured in the blast.
Singaporean Melisa Liu Rui Chun died on the spot in Monday’s bomb blast in Bangkok, Her husband Ng Su Teck, 35, was one of seven Singaporeans injured in the blast.
Singaporean Ng Su Teck, whose wife Melisa Liu Rui Chun was killed in the blast, in hospital in Bangkok.
Singaporean Ng Su Teck, whose wife Melisa Liu Rui Chun was killed in the blast, in hospital in Bangkok.
Life cut tragically short: Funeral workers carry the coffin of 4-year-old Lee Jing Xuan, who was killed in the Bangkok bomb blast, to her family house in Butterworth, Penang, 350km from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia
Life cut tragically short: Funeral workers carry the coffin of 4-year-old Lee Jing Xuan, who was killed in the Bangkok bomb blast, to her family house in Butterworth, Penang, 350km from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia
A family member places photographs of four-year-old Lee Jing Xuan and her father Lee Tze Siang in front of their coffins at their home in Butterworth, Malaysia, after they were killed in Monday's deadly blast
A family member places photographs of four-year-old Lee Jing Xuan and her father Lee Tze Siang in front of their coffins at their home in Butterworth, Malaysia, after they were killed in Monday’s deadly blast

Seven members of the family had traveled by train Saturday from Butterworth on northern Malaysia’s Penang island to the Thai beach resort city of Hua Hin and arrived in Bangkok on Monday.

Neoh Ee Ling, 33, who is five months pregnant, was not injured in the bombing and her father, Neoh Hock Guan, 53, reportedly suffered minor injuries. But five other family members, including Ee Ling’s four-year-old daughter, are confirmed dead.

Stunned: Six-year-old Lee Jian Han looks at the coffins of his father Lee Tze Siang and his four-year-old sister
Stunned: Six-year-old Lee Jian Han looks at the coffins of his father Lee Tze Siang and his four-year-old sister

The family had waited for Hock Guan’s youngest son, Neoh Jai Jun, 20, who studies in Taiwan, to return to Malaysia before heading to Thailand for a vacation, while his sister-in-law, Lim So See, 52, who lived in Singapore, joined the trip. Jai Jun was killed in the blast, and So See is presumed dead. The other members of the family who died were Hock Guan’s 49-year-old wife, Lim Saw Gaik; son-in-law Lee Tze Siang, 35; and four-year-old granddaughter Lee Jin Xuan.

Relatives of Lim Siew Gaik and her son Neoh Kar Chun, both victims of the Bangkok bombing, pay their last respect to them at their family house in Butterworth, Penang. Four members of the family have died and a fifth is presumed dead
Relatives of Lim Siew Gaik and her son Neoh Kar Chun, both victims of the Bangkok bombing, pay their last respect to them at their family house in Butterworth, Penang. Four members of the family have died and a fifth is presumed dead
Griefstricken: Gao Yan Ping, from Jiangxi province, China is overcome with emotion at the Police General Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, after he arrived to claim the body and remains of his daughter and his wife who were killed in Monday's bombing at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok
Griefstricken: Gao Yan Ping, from Jiangxi province, China is overcome with emotion at the Police General Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, after he arrived to claim the body and remains of his daughter and his wife who were killed in Monday’s bombing at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok
Torment: Gao Yan Ping, from Jiangxi province, China, is carried by police officers after arriving to claim the body and remains of his daughter and his wife who were killed in Monday's bombing at the Erawan Shrine
Torment: Gao Yan Ping, from Jiangxi province, China, is carried by police officers after arriving to claim the body and remains of his daughter and his wife who were killed in Monday’s bombing at the Erawan Shrine
Kritsuda, 30 and Yutthanarong, 38 were planning to get married after six years of living together.
Kritsuda, 30 and Yutthanarong, 38 were planning to get married after six years of living together.

Yutthanarong Singlor, 38, was among the 20 people killed in Monday’s bomb blast at the Erawan shrine. He worked as a messenger for a private firm in the Sukhumvit area. At 6:00 pm he got on the BTS to deliver a package to a company client at CentralWorld shopping mall. Kritsuda Narongplien was expecting to see him at home 30 min after getting a call from him at 6:45 pm. He never did!
He had two jobs, messenger job and a motorcycle taxi driver. He woke up at 5:00 am to make extra money with the taxi work and every morning he dropped Kritsuda off at her office first before going to his own.

Vivian Chan's parents travelled to Bangkok when they learned of their daughter's death.
Vivian Chan’s parents travelled to Bangkok when they learned of their daughter’s death.
Nineteen-year-old Hong Kong resident and UK citizen Vivian Chan Wing-Yan, who was studying law in London
Nineteen-year-old Hong Kong resident and UK citizen Vivian Chan Wing-Yan, who was studying law in London

She was the daughter of Hong Kong businessman Allan Chan Sui-wah who said his family was informed of the news by a Hong Kong immigration official at 3am on Tuesday. He and his wife took the first available flight to Thailand.

Suwan Satman, Thai bangkok-blast-funeral
Suwan Satman, Thai bangkok-blast-funeral
Funeral for Waraporn Changtam, a Thai victim from Monday's bomb blast at a temple in Nonthaburi province
Funeral for Waraporn Changtam, a Thai victim from Monday’s bomb blast at a temple in Nonthaburi province

They were not enjoying the night life in Thailand, getting drunk and having sex. They were offering prayers for good luck and wishes to be granted. Their lives cut tragically short because of a Muslim Scumbag!

A list of those killed in the Bangkok blast on display near the bomb site
A list of those killed in the Bangkok blast on display near the bomb site

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