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The name Fengshen has been used to name three tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by China and literally means "God of wind".
- Typhoon Fengshen (2002) (T0209, 12W) – Category 5 storm that remained over open waters for most of its life, then brushed southern Japan.
- Typhoon Fengshen (2008) (T0806, 07W, Frank) – Category 3 storm that wrecked the Philippines, killing hundreds, and later causing flooding in China's mainland.
- Severe Tropical Storm Fengshen (2014) (T1414, 13W) – a storm which formed during the weak peak of the season.
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