Many Chinese lost loved ones on the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared on March 8. Zhiliang, pictured sitting in his empty apartment, is one of several who agreed to be photographed with the objects or symbols of their grief.
(Reuters) - Six months after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing, relatives of those lost, desperate for any hint of what happened, say Chinese authorities have become openly hostile towards them.
In interviews, several relatives described how they had been detained and physically abused by police - seemingly in retaliation for publicly pressing Chinese and Malaysia Airlines authorities for information about the hunt for the plane.
It's been nearly six months since Danica Weeks lost the love of her life.
What happened to him? Where did he go? Is he dead? Or could he possibly be alive?
These are just some of the questions which remain unanswered not just for Paul Weeks' wife but also their two little boys Lincoln, 4, and Jack, 1.
How can life go on when all a grieving family has to go by are the conspiracy theories about how a plane somehow disappeared off the face of the earth.
Supporters of missing Malasyian Airlines Flight 370 crowdfunding campaign have another chance to help raise more funds for the project. The campaign’s organizers have announced they have extended it for another 30 days.