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- Safe na ang Pinas! Super Typhoon Lawin left the Philippines’ land mass
Filipinos express themselves on social media re Lawin's onslaught! Some are scared, some indifferent, some hopeful, and some "brave!" Here's what they say.
Typhoon Lawin is fast approaching and it is gaining strength by the minute. There's still time to prepare. Here are some ways Filipinos brace themselves for it.
According to a forecast from PAGASA, Lawin is packing a maximum sustained wind of 175 kph, and may pick up strength to become the next Yolanda as it nears land.
Typhoons have ravaged the Philippines for decades. Meet seven of the deadliest typhoons that literally wreaked havoc in the country. You can easily guess No. 1.
Typhoons can wreak havoc to the place it strikes. With the Philippines exposed to about 20 typhoons every year, it is best to remember these guidelines.
A terrifying cell phone footage showing the super typhoon called "Megi" violently destroying a train station tower in Taichung City, Taiwan has gone viral.
David Beckham was seen holding back his tears while sharing a story of a young Filipina