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Gone but not forgotten


“WE deeply regret that we have to assume beyond any resonable doubt that MH370 has been lost.”

With that, Malaysia Airlines confirmed the worst fears of those who had held out hope that their loved ones would be found alive.

Even if hope is now lost, there are many memories of the 239 people on the missing flight that will always live on.

They were real people, fathers, mothers and children as young as two years old.

They had dreams and aspirations. The world has lost some great scientists and artists. And a great airline crew as well.

We will remember them – always.

 

Liu rusheng, 76, calligrapher. With him was his wife Bao yuanhua, 63. The couple were part of a group of 29 chinese (19 artists, 4 workers and 6 family members) travelling home after an art exhibition in Kuala Lumpur.
Liu rusheng, 76, calligrapher. With him was his wife Bao yuanhua, 63. The couple were part of a group of 29 chinese (19 artists, 4 workers and 6 family members) travelling home after an art exhibition in Kuala Lumpur.

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Also on board MH370

The 12-member MAS crew

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