Three people were reportedly killed and nearly 17,400 people were evacuated as a result of the storm, which caused storm surges and widespread damage to buildings and infrastructure.
Super typhoon Nepartak hit eastern Taiwan early on Friday, 8 July 2016 driving thousands of people from their homes, disrupting power supply and forcing the cancellation of more than 500 flights. One death and 66 injuries were reported.
The super typhoon packed winds of up to 263km (163 miles) an hour, some 780km south-east of Hualien city on 6 July 2016, officials said. They also warned of the risk of flooding and mudslides as high winds and lashing rains were expected.