Typhoon In-Fa has made a second landfall in Zhejiang Province.
Other parts of eastern China including Shanghai are also feeling the impact of the storm.
Chinese swimmer Zhang Yufei has won the silver medal in the women's 100 meter butterfly at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
In other action, swimmer Li Bingjie claimed a bronze medal in the women's 400 meter freestyle and set a new Asian record.
World champion Ariarne Titmus from Australia edged world record holder Kathleen Ledecky of the United States to claim gold in the competition.
China has released a negative list for cross-border trade in services in its southern island province of Hainan.
It is the first negative list for services trade in the country.
The list by the Ministry of Commerce outlined 70 special management measures in 11 categories for overseas service providers.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng has met with visiting U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and urged the United States to change its misguided mindset and policy toward China.
Xie says the China-U.S. relationship is in a stalemate and facing difficulties fundamentally because some American people portray China as an "imagined enemy."
The diplomat says that the United States won't make its domestic and external challenges go away by containing China's development.
Sherman's two-day visit is the first face-to-face meeting between Chinese and U.S. representatives since senior officials met in Alaska in March.
China reported 40 new local COVID-19 cases on Sunday.
39 were registered in Jiangsu Province, and the other one was in Liaoning.
A second round of city-wide nucleic acid testing is underway in Jiangsu's capital Nanjing, after infections linked to an airport were discovered last week.
Tunisia's president has fired the prime minister after violent demonstrations over the country's pandemic and economic situations.
Kais Saied also froze parliament's activities and says he will name a new prime minister.
Earlier Sunday, thousands of people defied coronavirus restrictions and scorching heat to demonstrate in Tunis and other cities.
The largely young crowds are calling for the dissolution of parliament and early elections.
The city of Quanzhou has won UNESCO World Cultural Heritage status, bringing the number of China's UNESCO World Heritage sites to 56.
Quanzhou was accepted as a cultural property at a meeting of the World Heritage Committee held in Fuzhou, Fujian Province.
The property includes 22 buildings, as well as many statues.
Quanzhou is located on narrow plains along the coastline of Fujian.
It was one of the world's largest ports along the historic Maritime Silk Road, particularly in the Song and Yuan dynasties.