Super Typhoon Meranti hasn’t even made landfall in mainland China yet, and it’s already ruining Mid-Autumn Festival.
Because of the upcoming bad weather, many of us in China won’t be be seeing a bright full moon in the sky tomorrow night. To make up for that fact, cities across China have set up mini model moons in public spaces around the country for people to take pictures in front of. It’s almost like the real thing!
However, these puny fake moons are no match for the awesome power of Super Typhoon Meranti. In a sign of things to come, a runaway moon was spotted earlier today rolling through streets of Fuzhou.
If that didn’t convince you that we need to do something about climate change, then nothing will.