MH370: Chinese families pour their grief on social media


A Chinese relative of passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 praying at a temple in Beijing, China, 15 June 2014. - EPA

BEIJING: Family members of the Chinese passengers aboard the missing flight MH370 marked the 100 days of the plane’s disappearance on their official social media sites on Sunday. 

The next-of-kin poured their grief in a compilation of short texts and photos published on their Wechat and Weibo accounts.

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