MALAYSIA — The family members of a deceased 22-year-old university student in Klang, have declined condolence money from netizens.
The girl from Klang, Ang Hui Enn, left a suicide note left quietly from home on Monday (24 Apr), her body was discovered inside a car in a back alley just 300 meters away from her home on the next day.
Shin Chiew Daily News reported that Ms. Ang was found near her residence in the Taman Sentosa area, and her body was taken to Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital.
On Wednesday, Ms. Ang’s cousin, Lu Fei (23 years old), updated that the family is supporting each other after the unfortunate incident.
Regarding the matter of donations, Lu Fei expressed gratitude for the netizens’ generosity but stated that the family will not accept any monetary donations.
“The family has expressed that they will not accept any monetary donations from netizens.”
“If possible, everyone can donate the money in Hui Enn’s name to organizations in need.”
Lu Fei also urged the public to refrain from speculating and spreading rumors about the incident.
She expressed her gratitude for the netizens’ efforts in searching for Ms. Ang and encouraged everyone to stay strong and care for those around them.
“For those who need help, please seek it in a timely manner and do not be afraid. Family is a forever support.”
Ms Ang’s funeral was held on Friday (28 Apr) and was attended by all of her family members, former colleagues, and friends.
A relative also posted a video compilation of their memories with their late cousin:
Ms Ang bade farewell to her family members
On Monday, Ms Ang left her home quietly in a white vehicle while her family was out.
When her family members discovered that she was missing, they unlocked her second cellphone and found a suicide note. They immediately began searching for her and called for help from netizens on social media to locate Ms Ang, fearing that she might harm herself.
In the note, Ms Ang bade farewell to her family members, blaming herself for being a “weak person” and expressing her apologies to her mother and brother.
She mentioned that she had called a psychologist last month but knew that seeking therapy wouldn’t change her mind.
Lu Fei told Oriental Daily News that Ms Ang studied abroad in China and had recently returned to Malaysia for school holidays to reunite with her family.
However, she refused to return to China to continue her studies after school reopened.
“My cousin did not inform her family about her well-being while studying in China,” she added. Furthermore, her family members also did not notice any unusual signs before Ms Ang went missing.
Ms Lu Fei said Ms Ang took a mobile phone with her when she left, but she did not answer her family’s phone calls or reply to their messages.
On Tuesday (25 Apr) at 3.32 pm, Lu Fei updated her Facebook post, confirming that Ms Ang had passed away.
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