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Zip around on the Gogoro S electric scooter

Gogoro’s battery-powered scooter left us rather impressed after our test ride in Taiwan back in 2015, and the startup has since sold over 14,000 units locally plus rolled out 240 GoStations nationwide for customers to quickly swap batteries — as opposed to having their electric scooters plugged in for hours.

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THE CHINESE-RUSSIAN SOUTH CHINA SEA NAVAL EXERCISES: WHAT HAPPENED AND WHY DID IT MATTER?

From September 12 to 19, the Chinese and Russian navies conducted their largest ever bilateral combat exercises. “Joint Sea Exercise 2016” wasn’t just noteworthy for its size, but also its location: the South China Sea. In addition to having large swathes of its waters contested by Brunei, China, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam, the South China Sea is also a flashpoint in Sino-American relations.

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The Sheer Force of the Super Typhoon in Taiwan Is Really Scary to See

Typhoon Nepartak hit Taiwan Friday morning and reached winds of over 150 mph. According to the Weather Channel, three people have died and over 100 were injured due to the super typhoon. Seeing the incredible strength of the storm is truly terrifying—you can see the powerful winds tossing cars, shaking buildings, and ripping the ground.

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HOW TYPHOON NEPARTAK GOT ITS SUPERCHARGED SPIN CYCLE

Typhoon Nepartak is veering toward Taiwan, delivering sustained winds upwards of 170 mph and waves over 40 feet high. The storm could be themost powerful to make landfall in almost half a century. Parts of the country will see more rainfall than New York City gathers in a year.

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