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Cross over: HK SAR gov't's measure against typhoon

10-23-2010 13:33 BJT

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The Hong Kong Observatory has cancelled its storm warning as Typhoon Megi continues to weaken.

Let's cross over now to our correspondent Stephen Vines who's there in Hong Kong, to find out how the typhoon is impacting the Special Administrative Region in southern China. Hi, Stephen.

Q1: We know that Typhoon Megi has made a detour, so its effect on Hongkong might be weakened. That's pretty good news. So what's the weather like over there, and how will Megi affect the region?

Q2: Still the Hongkong SAR government must have taken a series of precautions to protect the locals and the infrastructure. Could you tell us more about those measures?

Thanks, Stephen. That's our correspondent Stephen Vines, talking to us from Hong Kong.



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Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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