(No offense to our Chinese readers or their communities is intended.)
There have been quite a few major storms lately. Erin has dropped to a tropical depression out in the Pacific. Hurricane Dean’s making a mess in the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. (Category 4
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. Oh, boy.) One storm we’re not hearing much about in the U.S.A., though, is Super Typhoon Sepat. It’s heading northwest, straight for the heart of China, with a pit stop in a rather controversial island. The Phillippines already took a hit from this one. (I call it a Super Typhoon because earlier stories rated it a Category 4, though right now I think it’s somewhere between 2 and 3. Still a monster, though.)
I was browsing around on Google News this morning before leaving for work, trying to find out a bit more. Most of the headlines were appropriately serious – but one of them didn’t make a whole lot of sense. From the Shanghai Daily: Typhoon Sepat to cool city over weekend
I’m sorry, but I burst out laughing when I saw that one. Only in China is a super typhoon considered good news.
(The story does mention the seriousness of the storm leading to closures and heavy weather preparations – but in the typical reverse-pyramid style of newswriting, lesser facts are put at the end of the story. As a former Journalist for the U.S. Navy, I can say this story is written that way. Apparently, the danger a massive storm brings is less important than shaving a couple degrees Celsius. Go figure.)