Monday, May 25, 2015   

(Flight MH370) Netizens direct disgust at China officials
(03-12 14:35)

Web users have lashed out at a Xinhua picture showing the chief of China's maritime search and rescue center sitting at a desk and speaking on the telephone.
“What decade is it, that they're still taking these kinds of photos?! Is it to prove that the leaders are keeping busy?'' asked one user.
“I have no other feeling but disgust,'' wrote another.
Others expressed frustration with the search effort.
“It's been nearly 96 hours since MH370 lost contact, and 10 countries have joined the search-and-rescue effort, but they still haven't found any traces of the lost aircraft,'' wrote one.
“The search continues, but if they ultimately don't find any clues, what on earth do we call this incident?''--AFP


   
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