Author: Chan Kung
Publisher: CITIC Press
On March 8, 2014, the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, also known as MH370, vanished from the radar screen. Through data analysis, Anbound's chief researcher Chen Gong conducted information tracking for 17 days from the very day the flight disappeared. Based on huge amount of facts and data, he established a professional analysis model within a very short period of time and provided his predictions and judgments. Chan Kung is the first to suggest the search area should be in the South Indian Ocean. This book is an excellent example of the practical application of information analysis to seek for reason in the sea of information, and to separate logic from chaos.
This book is both a panoramic review and an in-depth analysis of the incident, as well as a full respect for life. Things are far from over, it mere opens up an intriguing new chapter.