One body is recovered after 107 people were buried by a landslide triggered by flooding in the southwestern province of Guizhou.
One person is killed and eight others injured when a train derails in Guizhou, China.
Fourteen people are killed and three others are injured by a landslide at a construction site in Bijie, Guizhou, China.
Floods continue in Henan, China, triggering several landslides which result in the deaths of 13 more people, bringing the total death toll to 25.
Heavy rains cause floods and landslides in Gapyeong, South Korea, killing at least 14 people and forcing the evacuation of more than 1,000. The rains have also battered China, Thailand, India and Myanmar. Neighboring North Korea warns of possible floods, while the New Zealand government reports the deaths of three of its citizens in the South Korean floods.
A bus carrying students to an exam plunges into a reservoir in Anshun, Guizhou, China, killing 21 and leaving 16 injured.
Chen Min'er replaces Zhao Kezhi as the Communist Party Secretary of Guizhou province, China. Zhao awaits assignment.
2013 Gyama Mine landslide: A large landslide buries 83 gold miners in China's Tibetan Autonomous Region near Lhasa.
The death toll in landslides in the province of Yunnan, China rises to 46, according to state media.
18 people die after a landslide buries a village in the Yunnan province of China, while 40 people are feared to be buried.
At least 100 people are feared trapped or buried in a landslide in Guizhou Province in south-west China following continued heavy rain.