November 9, 2012

Hurricane Sandy's Lesson for Asia

Michael Richardson, Japan Times

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As Hurricane Sandy, with its devastating winds, rain and ocean surges battered New York and other areas along the U.S. Atlantic recently, another fierce tropical storm was sweeping through the South China Sea, hitting the Philippines, Vietnam and China.

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