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Filipino Couple’s Wedding Gets Crashed By Rare Tornado Right After Super Typhoon

A video showing how a devastating tornado crashed a wedding ceremony that was held in the city of Marikina in the wake of Super Typhoon Mangkhut (Super Typhoon “Ompong” in the Philippines) has gone viral.

The event was recorded and posted online by Facebook user and wedding photographer, Von Eric Espina, on Sept. 14 at the heritage zone Kapitan Moy, the 200-year-old house of Don Laureano Guevarra, a “Pioneer of the Shoe-making Industry in Marikina.”

Hong Kong Netizens Upload Epic Videos of Super Typhoon’s Destruction

After first leaving at least 54 people dead and 49 people missing in the Philippines, Typhoon Mangkhut continued to cause destruction in Hong Kong and parts of the southern coast of China on Sunday.

Facing one of the most powerful storms on record to hit Hong Kong, the city may have managed to avoid serious casualties but still endured extensive damage that could take days to recover from.

Filipino Student Does Homework at School Because There’s No Electricity at Home

A Filipino student from the province of Quezon is touching netizens’ hearts online due to the incredible determination he displayed in a now-viral photo.

In the image captured by his teacher Mark Pee Ortil Pornasdoro, 11th-grade student Jeric Reyes was doing homework inside a classroom at the Malusak National High School in Atimonan, Quezon well beyond school hours.

Hong Kong, the Philippines Brace For Powerful Super Typhoon Mangkhut with 180 MPH Winds

Countries in the east and southeast Asian region have been conducting evacuations and disaster preparations in the last few days in anticipation of two powerful typhoons approaching this week.

Thousands of residents from low-lying areas of Guangdong province in China have been evacuated ahead of Typhoon Barijat’s landfall in the country on Thursday.

Ferris Wheel in Japan Faces the Wrath of Typhoon Lan

Typhoon Lan wreaked havoc on a theme park in Japan as witnesses captured terrifying footage of a Ferris wheel thrashing amid the strong winds of the super typhoon, which made landfall south of Tokyo on Monday.

Twitter users @Ruru0912adjpp and @kanta_622 were able to film and share the terrifying view of a Ferris wheel’s passenger cars rapidly spinning out of control in Aichi Prefecture. Both users managed to capture the disastrous ordeal from different, yet equally frightening angles.

Macau’s Weather Bureau Investigated For Delaying Typhoon Warning to Save Casinos Money

An investigation on Macau’s weather bureau over its management of last week’s deadly Typhoon Hato has been launched following reports that its failure to raise storm warnings on time was influenced by consideration of financial impact on the city’s gambling industry.

Typhoon Hato, believed to be the strongest in 53 years, took at least nine lives in Macau, the world’s biggest gambling hub, as of Friday, Fortune reported.

Chow Yun-Fat Caught on Camera Cleaning Up Hong Kong Streets After Typhoon Hato

Legendary actor Chow Yun-Fat has been spotted cleaning up debris from the streets of Hong Kong in the wake of Typhoon Hato.

On Wednesday, a severe Typhoon struck Macau and Hong Kong, killing at least 16 and causing up to 8 billion Hong Kong dollars ($1.02 billion) in damages. As workers rushed to clean up the aftermath, a passerby noticed a familiar figure picking up branches and clearing them from the roads. The passerby pulled over to confirm the man’s identity, and his quick stop yielded a selfie with one of the most famous actors in the world.