Typhoon Mangkhut has left a wide trail of destruction, ranging from the Philippines to China, with a number of people dead and thousands evacuated.
The storm battered the Philippines over the weekend, where more than 60 people were killed, many of them in landslides owing to heavy rains. Rescue workers recovered more than 40 bodies from the rubble on Monday after a shelter collapsed in the mining town of Itogon in Benguet province.
In Hong Kong, heavy wind and rain caused transport systems and air travel to be clogged and commuters were left stranded for hours.
The typhoon weakened as it made its way across Southern China and was downgraded to a tropical storm. The South China Morning Post posted videos of workers clearing fallen trees from roads in the Guangdong province. Cleaning up began in Macau even as 20,000 households were left without power on Monday.