Recently, Sun Moon Lake, a well-known scenic spot in Taiwan, has been running out of water, and news of weeds and old garbage at the bottom of the lake has aroused heated discussions among netizens.
On March 29, the Sun Moon Lake Management Office responded to the Southern Metropolis reporter, saying that the water level of Sun Moon Lake has dropped by 12 meters, which is close to the lowest level, and the drought may continue. Faced with the old garbage at the bottom of the pond after it has dried up, the locals are calling on the people to clean up together. The Sun Moon Lake Management Office stated that since Sun Moon Lake is a local reservoir, water restriction measures may be adopted according to rain conditions.
According to Taiwan media reports, the recent drought in central and southern Taiwan has continued. Among them, the water level of Sun Moon Lake in Nantou County has dropped rapidly. The surface of Bibo Lake in the past has dried up, and there is dry sand under the dock. According to photos taken by the public, some boathouses in the Sun Moon Lake Scenic Area ran aground, and large patches of weeds and gravel were exposed at the bottom of the lake, and the aged wastes at the bottom of the lake were also exposed.
This is nowhere. Drought and flood coexist, and harmony goes against people’s wishes. The drought is already dry, and now it doesn’t help whether it is to repair the reservoir or jump the gods. Of course, if the people of Taiwan discover the black technology that the sea water turns into fresh water in a second, then they will say otherwise, just like A Bian’s famous saying: The Pacific Ocean is not covered. Speaking of this. I think of the trouble in the fishing village the year before last. Some people say be careful to turn off the water pipes in the fishing village. The islanders started shouting: It’s okay, we will send you bottled water. It is also said that the island’s engineering college students taught the fishing village waste how to build a seawater purification system. It is said to be cheap and fast, so that the fishing village can use water freely! I suggest that the islanders who gave advice at that time can now open your chat records at the time and save themselves according to the methods you provided to the fishing village at that time. The irony is over, and it’s important. If I were the Taiwan authorities, I should take advantage of the good weather to reinforce the slopes and other things. You must know that in addition to water, there are also many mountains in Taiwan. In the past, every time a typhoon came, there would be mudslides and tragedies all over Taiwan. In the summer of 2009, 4 villages in Kaohsiung County were inundated by mudslides. Among them, Xiaolin Village in Jiaxian Township was the worst affected. Among the 1,313 people in the village, more than 1,000 residents were unclear about the lives and deaths, and about 600 people may be buried alive. In the summer of 2013, many mountainous roads such as Xinzhongheng, Puwu Highway, Taiwan Route 16 and Zhongtan Highway occurred in Nantou County, Taiwan. In the summer of 2018, a major mudslide occurred in Pingtung, Taiwan. This is when there is no drought. It should be known that long-term droughts have caused vegetation to die without water and loose soil. Once there is a process of heavy rainfall, the soil and rocks on the surface may be washed down along the river, forming floods and mudslides. For small islands like Taiwan, which account for more than 80% of the mountainous region, I have a scalp numb when I think about the scene of a flood after a severe drought. So, what are you arguing about? Hurry up and allocate funds for repairing the mountain. That’s all human life!