The torrential rains and floods that have battered southern China for over a week have now claimed 379 lives, and the downpour is expected to continue for at least two more days. Officials are bracing for landslides as the heaviest rain is expected in provinces including Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Fujian, Guangdong, and Guangxi. The Chinese government is estimating the disaster will cost it $12.1 billion and force 4.5 million people out of their homes. This year, floods have affected 68.7 million people and soaked 11.9 million acres of fields growing crops.
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