People in the Philippines have begun clearing debris, reconnecting power and rebuilding flattened houses after Typhoon Rammasun swept across the country, killing 38 people.
Rescue officials say at least eight more people are missing.
Typhoon Rammasun is now heading towards China after cutting a path across the Phillippines main island of Luzon, shutting down the capital Manila and knocking down trees and power lines, causing widespread blackouts.
The Phillippines National Disaster Agency said the storm destroyed about 7,000 houses and damaged 19,000 more.
At least 530,000 people took refuge in evacuation centres.
Officials say the typhoon caused millions of dollars worth of damage to crops, mostly rice and corn. Most schools remain closed in the capital and southern Luzon.
Parts of the Philippines are still recovering from Typhoon Haiyan which hit in November 2013 and was one of the biggest cyclones known to have made landfall anywhere.
It killed more than 6,100 in the central provinces, many in tsunami-like sea surges, and left millions homeless.