A Harrow International School graduate killed in a devastating
Vivian Chan Wing-yan, 19, who was studying law in
Vivian was a hard worker, a good singer and had for been writing about food for at least a year on the Kittealuvfood blog, which has 11,000 Instagram followers, a school friend said.
Most of the blog’s 1,000+ posts are brightly coloured food posts, but the most recent post at the time of writing is a black and white post of Vivian with “R.I.P”.
Before the post, there’s a post from two days ago, likely written by Vivian, where she talked enthusiastically of the fresh raw crab sashimi she had eaten the day before in
“Definitely a must-try when you come to
Beneath the most recent post, one Instagram user had written, “RIP”.
“She was a really kind and cheerful person in general – she really loved to travel and go to a lot of different restaurants,” she said.
Lou said Vivian had been a big fan of Canto-pop, in particular singer Joey Yung, whom she had met, sharing photos of the two together on Facebook.
“Everyone at school knew she was a crazy fan of [Yung], so whenever anyone said anything about her and Canto-pop, Vivian just went crazy about it,” Lou said.
A tribute page has been set up on Facebook in honour of Vivian, which had attracted close to 450 likes by 4.30pm today.
“I still can’t believe this is real … I still believe Vivian is alive … I miss you, please come back my sister,” one Facebook user wrote.
Vivian had quoted a Canto-pop song by Juno Mak in a caption for her travel photos on Facebook.
“The most touching moment may not last forever. Unforgettable because you always have it in mind,” she wrote.