Typhoon Morakot continued to batter China's east coast on Monday, affecting at least four million people, state media reports said.
Morakot landed on mainland China on Sunday, killing a child and destroying many homes.
Half a million people from coastal Fujian province were moved to safer parts ahead of the typhoon's arrival.
Rescue and recovery work is still under way, as electricity in many parts of the coastal Zhejiang province was cut off.
Many flights across the region have been cancelled and at least one cargo ship was beached by the winds and waves.
In Taiwan, Morakot continued to cause damage in the south, with swollen rivers washing over roads, bridges and villages.
The typhoon, the worst to hit Taiwan this year, has killed 14 people, left 51 missing and injured 32, according to officials.
Thousands are being evacuated as major highways are damaged, and more than 300 villages were subject to landslide warnings.
Military helicopters were dispatched to offer search and rescue for trapped local residents in mountainous areas.
SOUNDBITE: Unidentified Woman who was Rescued saying (Taiwanese):
"I was afraid we wouldn't see each other again. We are safe now."
Over 33,000 people are still trapped, according to Taiwan officials, with some children separated from their mothers.
SOUNDBITE: Unidentified Woman, local resident saying (Mandarin):
"I have two small kids at home, I need to find them and know that they are safe."
Relief goods were delivered to flooded areas, but torrential rain is forecast to continue until Tuesday.
Puja Bharwani, Reuters.
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