Second typhoon batters Taiwan; financial markets open on Monday;

TAIPEI (Reuters) - The second storm to hit Taiwan in 24 hours battered southern and central parts of the island on Monday after Typhoon Nesat injured more than 100 people and shut businesses at the weekend. Financial markets and businesses will be open in ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan braces for its first typhoon of the yr

The Taiwan weather agency issued storm warning on Saturday as the country braces for its first typhoon of the year. The authorities have warned of torrential rain in the eastern and southern counties and the tropical storm is expected to dump as much as ... ( read original story ...)

Aftermath of typhoon Nesat in Taipei, Taiwan

Taipei resident John Saboe surveys the damage left by typhon Nesat in Taiwan's capital Taipei on July 30. Although Saboe says the biggest damage he saw were uprooted trees and fallen branches, around 250,000 households lost power due to the heavy winds ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan and China to face more flooding as Haitang follows Nesat

After Nesat moved onshore and left more than 100 people injured, Haitang will exacerbate the risk for flooding and mudslides in Taiwan and eastern China through midweek. After barreling across northern Taiwan and leaving more than 100 people injured, Nesat ... ( read original story ...)