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Fare well, Anita Mui
( 2004-01-12 22:32) (Reuters)

Hong Kong star Nicholas Tse (right) and an unidentified cousin of the late entertainer Anita Mui carry her portrait after she was cremated at Cape Colison crematorium in Hong Kong January 12, 2003. More than 1,000 sobbing fans waited for hours outside Hong Kong's main funeral home Monday to say goodbye to Mui, one of Asia's best loved Cantopop stars whose deep voice ruled local airwaves for years. Anita Mui, 40, died of cervical cancer December 30, 2003. [Reuters]

Fans cry. [Reuters]

The hearse carrying the casket of the late Cantopop diva Anita Mui leaves the funeral home to a crematorium in Hong Kong January 12, 2004. [Reuters]

Mourning fans throw white roses during funeral of Cantopop diva Anita Mui at a crematorium in Hong Kong January 12, 2004. [Reuters]

Pallbearers including Hong Kong singer-actor Andy Lau (front-R), fashion designer Eddie Lau (front-L), Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh (2nd row-L) and Hong Kong actor Tony Leung (3rd row-L) carry the casket of Cantopop diva Anita Mui during her funeral in Hong Kong January 12, 2004. [Reuters]

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