Chinese province suspends some ship services due to typhoon Mulan
South China's Guangdong Province suspended operations of some trains, passenger ships and ferry services, as Typhoon Mulan made landfall on Wednesday, according to a statement on social media website WeChat issued by the regional traffic regulator.
And the "Bloomberg" news agency quoted today, Wednesday, the regional government as saying in a statement that the "Hengkin" port has suspended customs clearance service for travelers between Zhuhai and neighboring Macau, starting from Wednesday morning.
The typhoon made landfall near the city of "Changyang" on Wednesday morning and is expected to move from north to west and gradually lose strength.
Authorities at Shenzhen's Yantian Port said in a statement that it will resume pick-up and delivery services for all containers, starting from 8:00 am, after the typhoon warning was reduced to its lowest level for the day.
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