A roundup of online political cartoons from the past week. Click any image to launch the slideshow view. Tensions are high as the relatives of passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 wait for a fifth day for news from the international search effort. Chinese media have been circumspect, in part to keep speculation about terrorism at bay. (Meng Chenshang/Weibo) “Sir, the search-and-rescue team has looked through all major social media sites for over ten hours, but still hasn’t found the location of MH370…” Should have tried Twitter. While posts about the missing flight continue to occupy top discussions on Weibo [zh], many posts have been deleted [zh]. (Xiao Guai/Weibo) Wu Erye, dressed in black, has caught one tiger more than the legendary Wu Song. “Wu Erye, what kind of tiger did you catch this time? We’re dying to know!” Dangling a chef’s hat, Wu snickers, “Heh heh! You know what I’m saying!” The hat is the same as is worn by the mascot for Kang Shifu, a popular brand of instant noodles and now a gloss for “tiger” Zhou Yongkang. Wu Erye is a reference to Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) spokesman Lü Xinhua, who hinted last week that Zhou may face formal charges. (Dash ixiong/NetEase) Know-what-I-mean brand instant noodles. (Rebel Pepper/Weibo) “Stop! Don’t hit him! Oh, the humanity!” In the story from the classic novel Water Margin, Wu Song beats a tiger to death with his bare hands. But in Xi Jinping’s modern strike against “tigers”–corrupt officials high up in the Party–lesser cadres are feeling the bite, too. Three local officials in Hunan recently told the AP about their torture in the internal disciplinary system known as One of the officials, Zhou Wangyan, was starved, deprived of sleep, and had his leg broken before he finally “confessed” to accepting bribes. (Gouben/Weibo) shuanggui. Check out more cartoons at CDT Chinese.