Snow is causing chaos for tens of millions of people in China.
Some areas of the country have been hit by the worst weather they've seen for 50 years.
It's a really busy time of year for China as hundreds of millions of people try to travel to their home provinces (areas where they live) to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
But the bad weather has closed airports, roads and railway lines, leaving hundreds of thousands of people unable to get home for the festivities.
A blocked railway line in the southern city of Guangzhou left about 500,000 stranded in the southern city of Guangzhou.
The central provinces of Hunan and Hubei have been hardest hit, but eastern provinces are also affected.
This car showroom is among 100,000 buildings that have collapsed. Another 400,000 are reported to have been damaged.
The snowstorms began on 10 January and have affected 80 million people across 14 provinces.
At least 24 people have died in the cold and many more are thought to have died in accidents on the icy roads.
Weather experts reckon there's more snow on the way.
But people are trying to carry on as normal where they can. Check out this man practising his tai chi in a snowy park.
And these wild macaques are doing their best to keep out the cold by huddling close to one another in Qianling Park, southwest China.