Typhoon Lekima makes landfall in China
At least 18 people were killed
(in Yongjia County on the outskirts of Wenzhou) on Saturday after Typhoon Lekima struck China's coast south of Shanghai, knocking down houses and trees, state TV reported.
Another 14 people were missing after Lekima hit land on Saturday in Zhejiang province, the report said.
More than 200 houses collapsed and 3,200 were damaged.
More than a million people moved to safety
, many of them in Shanghai.
In Zhejiang's Taizhou city, 4,900 fishing
boats returned to ports
and scenic spots were shut down.
Lekima has already passed by the southern Ryukyu Islands of Japan
, which include Okinawa, where locals experienced over 200mm (7.8in) of rain and winds of up to 168kph (104mph).
Lekima was the fourth typhoon in the western Pacific this week.
Typhoon Wipha brought intense gales and rain to China
last weekend, Typhoon Francisco made landfall in Japan
Typhoon Krosa has now formed in the Pacific. The slow-moving Krosa has winds of 165 kph (102.5 mph) is expected to hit mainland Japan by the middle of next week.
Earlier in the week, Lekima was briefly classified as a "super" typhoon, before weakening somewhat.