Dozens of people are missing after a typhoon triggers landslides in eastern ChinaRescuers found a number of people alive, but dozens were still missing after Typhoon Megi caused landslides in Zhejiang Province.6 months agoBy Amedeo Tumolillo By Amedeo Tumolillo Amedeo Tumolillo is an editorial consultant with SupChina and award-winning multimedia journalist. He previously worked at The New York Times and Spectrum. Follow him on Twitter at @hellotumo.Get daily news to your inbox Subscribe China in 2 minutes a day Top news and analysis delivered to your inbox Subscribe See example newsletterMore from SupChina FeaturedHow does healthcare in the U.S. compare with China’s?Chinese visitors to the U.S. are often shocked by the exorbitant bills and long waits at healthcare facilities, but China has its own set of problems. Read moreMar 28, 2017 FeaturedProblems in China's healthcare system PhotosWednesday, March 29Religious performanceMar 29, 2017CultureChina’s top prosecutor to examine Shandong loan shark killing caseTop society and culture news for March 27, 2017. Part of the daily SupChina news roundup "The selection of Carrie Lam."CultureWere our children poisoned?Top society and culture news for March 24, 2017. Part of the daily SupChina news roundup "Not your daddy’s propaganda."CultureViral videos in China: March 16–23, 2017A dancing granny, a falling baby, and thousands of migrating horses: These are the videos that lit up China's internet over the past week. Watch SupChina's compilation of the week's top viral videos from China in a one-minute package.