Typhoon Usagi slammed into southern China on Sunday evening.
Nanfang Daily reported that the typhoon made a landfall at 7:40 p.m. yesterday in Shanwei city, in Guangdong province after veered away from Hong Kong at the last minute.
Australia Network News reported that at least twenty-five people were killed on the China’s southern coast, including thirteen in Shanwei which is in the eastern fringes of Guangdong province.
The typhoon brings very strong wind, storm surge and heavy rains that could cause flooding and landslides.
Xinhua reported that in Shanwei city, the strong winds blew cars off the road near a gas station and houses were toppled.
Flights to and from Hong Kong and three mainland airports were canceled.
Ferry services around the area were also canceled, while Fujian province suspended shipping between mainland China and Taiwan.
Xinhua reported that intercity trains including the high-speed rail to Beijing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong would remain suspended until Tuesday.
Thousands of people were evacuated from coastal areas and temporary shelters were opened.
Hong Kong delayed the opening of markets, banks and schools.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. said it scrapped morning trading today.
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Typhoon Man-yi made a landfall at Toyohashi in Aichi prefecture, Japan just before eight o’clock on Monday morning or 2300 GMT Sunday.
The typhoon brought strong winds, high waves and heavy rains, damaging houses and flooding parts of Kyoto.
Yura River and Katsura River in Kyoto were overflowed and the Togetsu Bridge was partially-submerged.
Two people were killed by the disaster.
The typhoon forced the operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant to release rainwater with low levels of radiation into the ocean.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the typhoon has a sustained winds of up to 162 kilometres (100 miles) per hour.
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At least 332 people were killed and 379 others were missing after Typhoon Bopha hits southern Philippines.
The typhoon slammed into Davao Oriental as it blew from the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday and caused a lot of damages to the province that it was hard to find any buildings with roofs on them.
It then hit Compostela Valley and roared across the southern Mindanao and central regions.
Southern Mindanao was rarely hit by strong typhoon.
Typhoon Bopha knocked out power in two entire provinces, caused landslides, destroyed houses and damaged the plantations.
Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental were the hardest hit provinces.
About 20 typhoons hit the the northern and central Philippines every year, often causing death and destruction.
But almost exactly a year ago, Typhoon Washi killed 1,500 people in Mindanao.
Typhoon Bopha, with central winds of up to 115 kph (71 mph) and gusts of up to 145 kph (90 mph), was moving west-northwest of the central Philippines and was expected to be over the South China Sea on Friday.
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On September 17, 2012, a powerful Typhoon Sanba batters North and South Korea.
It brought high waves, strong wind, heavy rains, caused flood, damaged roads and buildings.
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A powerful Typhoon Bolaven pounded South and North Korea at the end of August, 2012.
After lashing Okinawa Island in Japan, the powerful Typhoon Bolaven pounds South Korea on Tuesday with strong winds and heavy rain.
9 people were killed by the typhoon in South Korea.
More than 80 families were left homeless because of floods or storm damage.
The typhoon knocked down hundreds of trees, destroyed power cables and caused blackouts and nearly 200 flights were canceled, 860 hectares (2,130 acres) of farmland were flooded and 32 ships were damaged.
A powerful Typhoon Bolaven lashed Okinawa Island in Japan late Sunday.
The wind speeds near the center of the typhoon were about 180 kilometers per hour (112 miles per hour).
More than 75,000 households in Okinawa Island and the nearby Amami islands were blackout by the typhoon as heavy rain and winds continued Monday.
Four people were hurt by the disaster.
Meanwhile in the United States, Tropical Storm Issac is predicted to turn into a hurricane and heading towards New Orleans and Northern Gulf of Mexico Coast – please click ‘Hurricane Warnings For New Orleans And Northern Gulf Of Mexico Coast’.
Typhoon Roke slammed Japan killing at least 10 people.
At least five people were missing and hundreds of people were injured.
The typhoon brought heavy rain and strong winds; and caused flooding and triggered landslides.
But it did not cause any further damage to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plan.
On Friday at least 3 people were dead and 27 people were missing after Typhoon Megi hit Taiwan.
The powerful typhoon caused massive mud and rockslides.
A Buddhist temple was buried and vehicles were trapped on a highway.
A bus carrying 19 Chinese tourists was missing.
Typhoon Megi killed 26 people in the Philippines before hitting Taiwan.
It is expected to make a landfall in southern China by late Friday or Saturday.
A typhoon is a natural disaster.