DESCRIPTIONLoh Tsui Kweh is the longest river in Taiwan.
This 2021 year, there have also been extremely rare dry-flows. The exposed riverbed has become a cemetery for fish and shrimps. The dry riverbed has cracked and grown into pieces of grassland, and part of the area has been dried up by the sun to become white.
The streams under the drought still show different beauty, but this is the worst drought in Taiwan in half a century.