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Associated Press have been talking to some of the relatives of passengers of Flight MH370.
Wang Zheng, 30, an IT engineer, is waiting for news of his parents.
Biggest of all is the emotional turmoil I’ve been going through. I can’t eat, I can’t sleep. I’ve been dreaming of my parents every day.
“We’re exhausted. Why did the plane fly so far away? Are the people still alive? Is this new piece of information reliable? This is how I feel. We feel they’re hiding something from us.
Wang said he last spoke with his parents on the night of their departure, shortly before they boarded the plane. They told him they were busy filling out exit cards and would call him upon their arrival in Beijing.
I will stay here until they give me an answer. I am not leaving until I know for certain where my parents are. I am not leaving any time before that.
Nan Jinyan, 29, an engineer who designs equipment for heart patients, is the sister-in-law of missing passenger Yan Ling,
I’m psychologically prepared for the worst and I know the chances of them coming back alive are extremely small. I never imagined a disaster like this would befall our family, but life has to continue.
Like many of the relatives, Nan said that her helpless feelings were worsened by being almost entirely dependent on the media for news, and that she was deeply unhappy with what she called the vague and often contradictory information coming from Malaysia Airlines.
If they can’t offer something firm, they ought to just shut up.