Collapsed trees block the road in Quarry Bay as Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong on August 23, 2017 with signal no. 10 in force. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Collapsed trees block the road in Quarry Bay as Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong on August 23, 2017 with signal no. 10 in force. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Collapsed trees block the road in Quarry Bay as Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong on August 23, 2017 with signal no. 10 in force. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Typhoon Hato

There is no room for complacency when it comes to nature’s fury

Hong Kong was left relatively unscathed by Typhoon Hato thanks to our preparedness, yet there is still room for improvement

Topic |   Typhoon Hato
Collapsed trees block the road in Quarry Bay as Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong on August 23, 2017 with signal no. 10 in force. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Collapsed trees block the road in Quarry Bay as Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong on August 23, 2017 with signal no. 10 in force. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Collapsed trees block the road in Quarry Bay as Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong on August 23, 2017 with signal no. 10 in force. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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