Central China begins clean-up after record floods but other other cities brace for typhoon

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Central China begins clean-up after record floods but other other cities brace for typhoon” – below is their description.

Over the past several days, the heaviest rains in decades have caused massive floods throughout Henan, starting in the provincial capital of Zhengzhou before wreaking havoc in other cities and towns. China is redoubling efforts to help the central province of Henan recover from floods that have left at least 56 dead. But the typhoon that largely contributed to the deluge is fast approaching other parts of the country.

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