Flooding and landslides triggered by the strongest storm to hit China this year have killed 33 people and left at least 42 missing, state media said.
Typhoon Fanapi swamped south China's Guangdong province after making a direct hit on the island of Taiwan on Sunday and killing two there.
China's national meteorological centre forecast heavy or torrential rains for parts of central and western parts of Guangdong through Thursday morning.
The state-run Xinhua News Agency reported late on Wednesday that at least 33 were killed in Guangdong and 42 people remain missing.
Xinhua said the dead included five people killed when a dam at the Xinyi Yinyan Tin Mine in Xinyi city was hit by a landslide and collapsed.
Nearly 350 houses were toppled in Xinyi, Xinhua reported.
The Civil Affairs Ministry, in a statement on its website, estimated the typhoon has caused 867 million yuan (£82.5 million) in direct economic losses in Guangdong.
In southern Taiwan, two people died in flash flooding caused by Fanapi, which did tens of millions of pounds of damage, dumping more than 40 inches of rain in some places.
Fanapi was the first major storm to strike the island this year and the 11th typhoon to hit China. It had weakened significantly before landing in China's Fujian province.