Monday, October 5, 2015   

(Flight MH370) ‘We feel they [Malaysians] are hiding something from us’
(03-21 18:33)

In Beijing, Chinese relatives who met with Malaysian officials at the Lido Hotel said nothing new was said today at a briefing.
Wang Zhen, son of artist Wang Linshi, said the meeting went smoothly but that there were questions on why Malaysian authorities had provided so much seemingly contradictory information.
Wang said he has hopes his father can be found alive and was praying that the Australian reports turn out to be false.
He said he and other relatives are suspicious about what they were being told by the Malaysians, but are at a loss as to what to do next.
“We feel they're hiding something from us,'' said Wang, who was filling his days attending briefings and watching the news for updates.—AP

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