IPOH – It is exactly two years ago that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing, and until today the fate of the aircraft and its 239 passengers and crew onboard is still unknown.
However, family members of some of the victims have not given up hope and are still hoping for the return of their loved ones.
One of them is Lai Chew Lai, 84, who has not stop praying for MH370 to land someday and bring home her son, Tan Ah Meng, 46, one of the passengers in the ill-fated flight.
“I miss him dearly and until today, I still have high hope that I will get to see my son, in whatever condition he may be.
“In fact, I often dream about him coming home,” she said when met by Bernama at her house in Taman Kantan Baru, Chemor here.
Tan boarded MH370 with his Taiwanese wife, Huang Hsiu Leng, 48, and their son, Tan Wei Chen, 19, before the aircraft, a Boeing 777, disappeared from the radar screens on March 8, 2014, while enroute to Beijing from the KL International Airport. – BERNAMA