More than 1.25million people have had to leave their homes in southern China as heavy rains cause widespread flooding.
The rain has been pouring down for days and forecasters are warning there's more on the way.
Flood waters have swept away roads, damaged bridges and wrecked thousands of people's homes across nine regions.
Large areas of farmland have been left under water and experts are worried more rivers may burst their banks if the rain doesn't stop soon.
China's rainy season causes chaos every year, but in some areas the flooding is among the worst for 50 years.
One of the areas badly hit is Sichuan, which is still struggling to cope after last month's massive earthquake which killed around 87,000 people.