It could take two more weeks to repair undersea cables damaged by an earthquake south of Taiwan on December 26, state media reported Monday. The impact of the quake, which severed underwater communication cables through which internet users in China connect with sites hosted on US or European servers is still being felt. The original deadline for repairs was Monday. Millions of people across the country are dealing with slow internet speeds following the quake, which hit 7.2 on the Richter scale. "We are informed that because of the intricate undersea conditions and capricious weather, the whole work might take a few more days to complete," an official from China Telecom said.