Love is patient, love is kind.
Taking a step back from the harsh speculation, rumours, and theories, we show our support by compiling pictures and stories of the people on the MH370 flight.
Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah is a passionate 53-year-old Pilot from Penang. An avid chef and skilled handyman, Captain Zaharie joined the airlines in 1981 and has a total of 18,365 flying hours.
Co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid (left) is seen with CNN reporter Richard Quest. Fariq is the youngest son of Selangor Public Works Department deputy director Abdul Hamid Mad Daud. He started his career with Malaysia Airlines in 2007 and has locked in more than 2,763 flying hours. Fariq was praised by Richard for his ‘text-book perfect’ landing when being filmed for a CNN program.
The ten members of the cabin crew onboard MH370.
Malaysian passenger Tony Tan Wei Chew is a Singapore scholarship holder, who was on the way to Beijing for a holiday with his parents.
Paul Weeks is an engineer and father of two from New Zealand who moved to Perth after Christchurch earthquakes. He was on en route to Mongolia for a new job.
Teenage couple, Hadrien Wattrelos, 17, and Zhao Yan, 18, are students of a French school in Beijing. They were making their way back after a holiday in Malaysia with Hadrien’s mother and sister.
Firman Chandra Siregar is a 24-year-old from Medan who was on his way to starting his new career with Schlumberger, the world’s largest oilfield services company.
Catherine and Robert Lawton from Brisbane were off for a holiday with friends. Catherine’s last Facebook post read “Off to China.”
Mary and Rodney Burrows were also on the way to China for a holiday with friends, Catherine and Robert Lawton.
Muhammad Razahan Zamani, 24, and his wife Norliakmar Hamid, 33, took this photo shortly before their flight to Beijing. Their belated honeymoon trip was needed to recuperate from a miscarriage.
Former Celcom CEO, Datuk Mohamed Ramli Abbas was traveling with his wife, two daughters and sister-in-law.
Philip Wood is a Technical Storage Executive at IBM Malaysia. His family members said he cared about people, his family, and above all, Christ.
We pray for the safety of all the passengers onboard MH370.