Indonesian aircraft loses contact in Papua remote region


Trigana Air flight TGN267 with 54 people on board goes missing over the remote eastern Papua region. The Trigana Air flight lost contact with ground control at 14:55 local time (05:55 GMT) as it flew from the capital Jayapura to the town of Oksibil. A transport official said the aircraft had been found in the Bintang highlands region, not far from its intended landing site at Oksibil airport. It is not yet known if anyone survived.
The wreckage was discovered by villagers, who then alerted officials.
“Residents provided information that the aircraft crashed into Tangok mountain,” said the Indonesia’s director-general of air transportation, Suprasetyo.

#MH370: Latest Updates in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370


Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished without a trace en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Mar. 8, 2014 with 239 people on board. It departed at 12:41 a.m. local time, but air traffic control lost contact with the plane less than half an hour into the flight.

On Wednesday 29 July 2015, a piece of debris from a plane was found on the island of La Reunion, an island in the Indian Ocean about 500 miles east of Madagascar. On 3 Sept 2015 the object was confirmed by the French authorities to be a flaperon, a wing component from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

Since then pieces of debris keep washing ashore along the East African coastlines and are being examined by authorities to establish their origin.

So far there are still no definitive answers to what happened to flight MH370 and the 239 souls it was carrying.

Updates here ..

The Legend of the Yogi Man (Orang Malu) also known as “The Weeping Buddha” or “Shy Man Buddha”


The legend is said to be from the old country of Java. It is about a man, so ashamed by the choices of the human race, that he chooses a life of meditation in order to reach out to others as a teacher. As a humble and reserved man, his sacrifice was his offering.

There is more than one version about its origin and meaning though, varying from Java to Bali, Indonesia.