A person photographs icicles on a fence in Shandong, China on Sunday, January 24, 2016. The state-run Xinhua news agency reported that more than 11,000 air passengers were stranded in Kunming, Yunnan.
Two pandas playing in snow inside their enclosure at a zoo in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. Mountainous areas in the province recorded a historical low temperature of minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 Fahrenheit) on January 24.
A hiker takes a photo of a frozen plant in sub-zero temperatures atop Hong Kong's highest peak on Sunday, January 24. Temperatures plunged to the lowest point in 59 years and frost dusted the mountaintops of a city accustomed to a more subtropical climate.
Hikers walk on icy road in sub-zero temperature on Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong's highest peak on January 24. Many looking for sights of snow and frost in the subtropic city were trapped on the city's highest mountains as a result of iced-over roads and extreme cold.
A man stands at a street-side heater in Seoul on January 21, with the mercury falling to a staggering minus 18 degrees Celsius, or 0 degrees Fahrenheit. More than 90,000 people were stranded on the South Korean resort island of Jeju when its airport was closed for two nights from Saturday because of strong wind and heavy snow.
A motorbike rider falls down on an ice-covered highway in Shaoguan, in China's Guangdong province on January 23.
Commuters walk on a snow covered road in Tokyo on January 18 where heavy snow blanketed the metropolitan area and transportation systems were paralyzed. Many cities throughout western and northern Japan have seen record snow falls, while the usually-warm Okinawa island saw snowfall for the first time ever since record-keeping began in 1966.
A man walks on a snow covered field in front of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on January 18. The Amami Oshima island, located in the country's southern Kagoshima prefecture, saw snow for the first time in 115 years.
A man removes snow from the forecourt of the Diet building in Tokyo on January 18. Japanese transportation authorities said that over 60 flights were canceled due to heavy snow.