Staff members of Hong Kong Electric Co. pay tribute to victims who were killed in a ferry collision in Hong Kong Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, as three days of mourning begin across the territory. All 38 people killed had been on the Lamma IV, owned by utility company Hong Kong Electric, which was taking about 120 of its workers and their families to watch fireworks in celebration of China's National Day and mid-autumn festival. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

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Staff members of  Hong Kong Electric Co. pay tribute to victims who were killed in a ferry collision in Hong Kong Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, as three days of mourning begin across the territory. All 38 people killed had been on the Lamma IV, owned by utility company Hong Kong Electric, which was taking about 120 of its workers and their families to watch fireworks in celebration of China's National Day and mid-autumn festival. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Staff members of Hong Kong Electric Co. pay tribute to victims who were killed in a ferry collision in Hong Kong Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, as three days of mourning begin across the territory. All 38 people killed had been on the Lamma IV, owned by utility company Hong Kong Electric, which was taking about 120 of its workers and their families to watch fireworks in celebration of China's National Day and mid-autumn festival. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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