Weeks of torrential rain, landslides and floods in China have left more than 700 people dead and forced about 5m others to flee their homes.
Charities working in the area have launched an urgent appeal to help the victims. This man's house was badly damaged by floods in China's north west province of Shaanxi.
Thousands of people have also been cut off from their homes in eastern India and Bangladesh as monsoon floods continue to cause widespread devastation.
In Bangladesh, people have been trying to save their belongings and make their way to higher ground as water in the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers rise.
Boats are being used to rescue people and get medicines and food to stranded residents.
This shopkeeper in Dhaka, Bangladesh, decided to stay opened despite his shop being awash with flood water.
Throughout southern Asia, more than 1,400 people are thought to have been killed by floods, disease and landslides linked to the monsoon rains. In India, the Army has been giving out food to those affected.
And Army doctors are on hand to give medical checks to those who were caught up in the floods.