Typhoon Dujuan passed through Taiwan for three hours on Monday night, where it killed two, injured hundreds and left hundreds of thousands without power or water.
On Tuesday morning, Dujuan made landfall in southeastern Fujian province. Before its arrival, thousands of fishing boats returned to shore according to the official Xinhua News Agency.
- Ports were closed
- Several domestic and international flights and trains were suspended as the storm approached in Taiwan and China.
- Storm cancelled Bon Jovi’s concerts, planned for Monday and Tuesday in Taiwan.