A man fetches drinking water in a bucket after electricity and water supplies were cut in parts of Macau on Thursday, in the wake of Typhoon Hato. Photo: Reuters

Typhoon Hato shows there is no room for complacency in disaster planning

Alice Wu calls on Macau to rebuild public trust in its meteorological bureau, whose chief finally stepped down after years of miscalls. Meanwhile, the Hong Kong Observatory deserves praise for a job well done

Topic |   Typhoon Hato

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A man fetches drinking water in a bucket after electricity and water supplies were cut in parts of Macau on Thursday, in the wake of Typhoon Hato. Photo: Reuters
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