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The name Haishen has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by China. Its name means "God of sea".
- Typhoon Haishen (2002) (T0225, 30W) - a Category 2 typhoon that traversed the open Pacific Ocean without affecting land.
- Tropical Storm Haishen (2008) (T0820, 25W) - a short lived tropical storm that formed off the coast of Japan
- Tropical Storm Haishen (2015) (T1505, 05W) - a tropical storm that formed out in the open sea but also dissipated, unaffecting any major landmass.
- Typhoon Haishen (2020) (T2010, 11W, Kristine) - a violent typhoon that made a turbulent landfall in Japan and the Korean Peninsula.
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