Student Tributes

Below is a list of those students whose status is currently unknown, or is missing presumed in the building.

Our heartfelt sympathies go out to those with missing family members or associates. 

Please leave any messages of sympathy below.

China

Cai Ying Ye

China

Cai Yu

 China

 Lai Chang

China

De Li

China

Didi Zhang

China

Hui Yun Tu

China

Hui Zhang

China

Jinyan Leng

China

Li Min Wang

China

Li Xia

China

Lin Lin Xu

China

Man Jin

China

Tao Wang

China

Wanju Li

China

Weiyu Zhang

China

Wen He

China

Xiujuan Xu

China

Yan Tao Zhong

China

Yang Chen

Japan

Asuka Tsuchihashi

Japan

Ayako Yamaguchi

Japan

Emi Murakami

Japan

Haruki Hyakuman

Japan

Hifumi Hoshiba

Japan

Hiroko Tamano

Japan

Kayo Kanamaru

Japan

Kyoko Kawahata

Japan

Marina Arai

Japan

Megumi Horita

Japan

Miki Hayasaka

Japan

Mina Yamatani

Japan

Noriko Otsubo

Japan

Rika Hyuga

Japan

Saki Yotota

Japan

Saori Kikuda

Japan

Saya Sakuda

Japan

Tomoki Ishikuru

Japan

Toshiko Imaoka

Japan

Yasuhiro Kitagawa

Japan

Yoko  Suzuki

Japan

Yoko Sakurai

Japan

Yoshiko Hirauchi

Japan

Yuki Hamaski

Japan

Yuki Hasumoto

Japan

Yuko Hirabayashi

Japan

Yumiko HATA

Japan

Yurika Uchihira

Korea

Gil-Hwan Yu

Korea

Naon  Yu

Philippines

Emmabelle Anoba

Philippines

Erica Avir Nora

Philippines

Ezra Mae Medalle

Philippines

Ivy  Cabunilas

Philippines

Jessie Lloyd Redoble

Philippines

Jewel Francisco

Philippines

John Kristoffer Chua

Phlippines

Lalaine Agatep

Philippines

Louise Amantillo

Philippines

Rhea Mae Sumalpong

Philippines

Valquin Bensurto

Serbian

Tamara Cvetanova

Taiwan

Hsin-Hung Lee

Thailand

Haruthaya Luangsurapeesakul

Thailand

Siriphan Wongbunngam

Thailand

Thanydha Intarangkun

Thailand

Wanpen Preeklang

Thailand

Jittra Waithayatadapong

Thailand

Phimphorn Liangchuea


 

Messages

Rev. Gerard Jacobs (Christchurch, New Zealand) says...
To the Chinese students who were apart of the St. Peter's Upper Riccarton English Converstaion Class....Our heartfelt sympathies and condolence to all relatives and families of those who have lost loved ones. They are cherished and remembered in our thoughts and prayers.
Today 2:20pm
Liam (Nelson, New Zealand) says...
lost but not forgotten..
RIP
12th March 2011 2:39pm
Renee Selby-Jones (Sydney, Australia) says...
So many lovely young international students on this list that is difficult to say to their families and friends how sorry I am for your loss.
I visit many many International Colleges and the faces of the kids at ALL these colleges are always so happy and so joyful- so thankful to be where they are.
I hope that they are all in a better place and to their loved ones left behind I send you so much love and hugs.
x
10th March 2011 3:00pm
Agnes (Omokoroa- Tauranga, New Zealand) says...
My deepest sympathy to all families for their losses. Especially to my fellow Filipino Nurses who came to New Zealand and left their loveones for seeking better future.

My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

10th March 2011 12:23pm
glroia (Riverside, US) says...
the lives of these young ones had been snuffed out , we are very sad about this. my heart goes to all the families of these ones, particularly Jesse Lloyd Redoble's. I don't personally know him but my sister does. We will see him again in the new world that is promised, 2Peter 3:13, when our enemy, death, will be no more. Rev.21:4.
9th March 2011 4:03am
Linda Burrowes (Christchurch, New Zealand) says...
We only had Emi Murakami as our homestay student for 3 days, but in that time, we took her siteseeing, and had a lovely bbq to welcome her to our home. She was nervous, but gaining confidence and we knew we had to take special care of her. To lose her in this tragedy has truly been traumatic for us and her family - whom we have met and also taken care of the best way we knew how in the circumstances. We won't forget our wee Emi. xx
8th March 2011 8:19pm
笠井博史 (Japan) says...
路上ライブCTVビル開催します
IT'S NEW WORLD
8th March 2011 6:35pm
Sharon (Wanaka, New Zealand) says...
From our little language school in Wanaka we want to express our sorrow at what has happened in Christchurch. Our hearts go out to the their families and friends of those lost far from home. To borrow from Ataturk: "After having lost their lives in our country, your sons and daughters have become our sons and daughters too". We are so sorry. Arohanui
6th March 2011 9:25pm
Zeny (Christchurch, New Zealand) says...
On behalf of all the staff and co-worker of Luisa in Meadow Mushroom Ltd. , dearest mother of Erica Nora sincerely express our sympathy on this moment of sadness on their life. LOVING AND SWEET ERICA WE WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!
8th March 2011 6:00pm
kumi (Japan) says...
I still believe that you are alive.
I pray for you everyday.
All your ex-coworker care about you.
I really want to meet you again.
5th March 2011 8:31am
Taow (Bkk, Thailand) says...
I've ever been an exchange student in NZ for 1 year, and I love it. People are nice and friendly. It's sad to see the photos of Christchurch after the earthquake.
I'm so sorry for everyone no matter what nationality who lost their beloved one. RIP to all of them.
5th March 2011 1:40am
Tony Delaney (Mount Cook Village, New Zealand) says...
Unbelievable that so many souls could be lost in what is surely New Zealands sadest and most traumatic event since the last world war.

Our sincerest condolences to all concerned.

3rd March 2011 10:45pm
Celine Chan (China) says...
For all the missing students from China,
My prayers are with them and their families, esp' those whose kids are waiting for them in China. Heartful respect and blessing for them.
3rd March 2011 9:34pm
Marion (Wanaka, New Zealand) says...
Hsing-Hung,

I met you in Tasmania, 2009, strawberry picking :) you are such a beautiful human being, with a joyful soul and sparkling light. I pray for you, for your family, so that your light remains the brightest possible. I also pray for all your student friends and their family.

Erica, I will sing "Strawbery fields forever" for you.

3rd March 2011 8:10pm
JD (Chiang Mai, Thailand) says...
To the families of the lost students and staff : My heart goes out to each and everyone of you. I knew two of the lost very well and I miss them more than I will ever be able to express. We in Chiang Mai are still working hard to get more news for the families of the Thai nurses and to help them access any help that might be available.
3rd March 2011 8:09pm
Lisa (Sydney, Australia) says...
So so sorry for your dreadful losses.
3rd March 2011 7:51pm
Sebastian (Tauranga, New Zealand) says...
My heart and prayers are with the friends and families of these unfortunate victims of the quake, they all made sacrifices to study in a foreign land to try and improve themselves but ended up paying a far greater sacrifice than anyone could imagine.

My special thoughts to the family of Ivy Jane Cabunilas, whom i personally knew and who has left behind youjg children who will now need to survive without their wonderful mother.

3rd March 2011 1:53pm
Motto (Tokyo, Japan) says...
Very sympathies for your all loss, and esp' our boys and girls who abroad from JPN, were unwillingnessly lost lives by the quake hits, was so tragedy all of us....
OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE ALWAYS WITH YOU...
3rd March 2011 7:25am
Mark (New Zealand) says...
Our deepest sympathies
27th February 2011 10:48am

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