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Typhoon Usagi

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Taiwanese have been expecting the four-day holidays for a long time, yet a super Typhoon is about to ruin our Moon Festival. The typhoon, Usagi, is translated as “Yu-Tu,” which means jade rabbit in Chinese. Legend has it that there is a rabbit living on the Moon with the tragic lady, Chang-er. What a coincidence! Well, let’s pray that the typhoon will not cause too much damage to Taiwan. My mom says that the price of the vegetables is unreasonably high these days due to the previous typhoons. After this long holiday, the price will only get higher. Presently, on the other side of the earth, Mexico, has been severely slammd by the hurricane, Manual; what’s worse, hurricane Jerry, is forcast to be another Mexico flood threat now. Hope the uninvited visitors could leave our lives so soon as possible.

Keep updated with the latest weather report:

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news

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