According to previous studies, when El Niño happens, typhoons of the West Pacific will originate from the East whose warmer water can get typhoons started. Also, due to further distance from the land, it’s reasonable that during El Niño, typhoons of larger scales will occur. However, the data shows that during El Niño, the intensity of typhoons is the same as in non- El Niño conditions. Scholars has found the negative process of typhoon during El Niño and disclosed the development of typhoon intensity. The article has been published on the July issue of Nature-Scientific Reports.