The fire completely destroyed two houses and partially damaged two others
Sixty percent of schools in Quang Ngai had their roofs blown away
The central province of Quang Ngai appeared to be the hardest-hit locality in terms of property damage
Many areas of Ho Chi Minh City and neighboring Binh Duong Province have been ravaged by Typhoon Kirogi.
Some of the masterpieces which are considered national treasures by Nguyen Gia Tri, one of the country’s most eminent artists, have sustained serious damage and badly need restoration.
The leader of the Mot Cot (One-Pillar) pagoda, which has sustained serious damage, recently sent an “ultimatum” to the local government, stressing that he would do the repairs to the pagoda himself.
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