March 15 - Malaysian Buddhists pray for the missing passengers aboard MH370 while shoppers write well-wishes in shopping malls. Nathan Frandino reports.
Solemn mourning continues as Malaysian Buddhists gather in Kuala Lumpur to pray for the missing passengers of flight MH370. The service overflows into the streets as monks and civilians bring candles, flowers and song. (SOUNDBITE) (English) PRESIDENT OF THE SUBANG JAYA BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION, S.C. CHIM, SAYING; "Even though there is a very thin ray of hope, we are still hope to the safety and well being (of the passengers)." The flight disappeared one week ago while heading for Beijing. Investigators now believe someone on board deliberately shut off its communications and tracking systems before taking the plane off course. In shopping malls, locals and tourists leave messages of hope and prayer. Many are perplexed at how the plane could disappear without a trace. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN TOURISTS ROBERT KNIGHT SAYING: "I suppose in the end all will be revealed. And that I guess we just have to wait until that happens I guess. It's not much that we can do." Disaster relief agencies and governments are cooperating across political divides, but so far little hope remains.