The streets are calm but tensions remain high in the Solomons, where Prime Minister Snyder Rini refused to step down despite two days of rioting.
Hundreds of Australian and New Zealand soldiers are patrolling the streets and a dawn-to-dusk curfew is in place.
Prime Minister Rini has stood firm, denying he is corrupt and saying he will beat a no-confidence vote set for next week.
Chinese residents whose homes and business were destroyed in the rioting have seen their lives torn apart.
Many are now housed in makeshift refugee camps. They became targets after being accused of having corrupt links to Prime Minister Rini.
Many Chinese and foreign residents are signing up to leave the country.
On Friday, local children enjoyed sudden access to abandoned Chinese-owned businesses, such as this hotel pool.
A day before, the hotel had been ablaze. An estimated 90% of Honiara's Chinatown was ruined.