Shanghai closes schools and airports, halts operations at world’s largest port ahead of Typhoon Chanthu’s landfall

Shanghai’s municipal authorities closed schools and most public transport services, battening the hatches to prepare for Typhoon Chanthu, the most severe tropical storm to make landfall in China’s commercial hub in years. Flights were cancelled at the city’s Hongqiao and Pudong airports, while high-speed train services coming into and leaving from the city were halted, according to local media. Operations at the Yangshan deep water port, the world’s largest container harbour for the past decade…


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