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MH370: Four years on, the embers of hope still flicker

MH370: Four years on, the embers of hope still flicker
The next-of-kin are constantly asked about moving on and putting the past behind them. The united response is quite universal 'we do the best we can, but what we want is to see proof'. - BERNAMApic
FOR all of four hours on Saturday March 3, 2018 much of the aviation world’s focus was on the fourth anniversary of the disappearance of MH370. As in previous three events, the next-of-kin are constantly asked about moving on and putting the past behind them.

The united response is quite universal – “…we do the best we can, but what we want is to see proof.”
The next-of-kin hang on to the latest sliver of hope – especially after the private effort to continue the underwater search that holds a little promise the aircraft will be found; if indeed its final resting place is in the deep and vast seabed of the Southern Indian Ocean.

Amid the uncertainty and desire for resolution, lawyer Grace Subathirai Nathan, whose mother Anne Daisy was MH370 passenger, finds drive and energy to lead the effort to hold the MH370 memorial, this year for a fourth time.
"I would say I'm carrying on with life and not really moving on. So, you know, we get up every morning, we go to work, you know the routine."

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