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A man discovered a phone that had fallen in a lake last year.

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Taiwan's worst drought in 56 years has dried up one of Taiwan's most famous lakes - but here's good news for at least one man.The man, surnamed Chen, claimed he dropped a mobile phone while paddling in Sun Moon Lake last year.But workers contacted him last week to say the phone was found - its case was covered in dry mud.Mr Chen, who said he couldn't sleep because of excitement, added that the phone was functional due to a waterproof cover.His story is a rare positive story on an East Asian island, which is faced with measures such as water rationing due to a severely dry spell.

It also has a negative impact on the slotxo download semiconductor industry, which is the world's largest.Drought Hurt Taiwan Chip Supply As US Demands Mor Mr Chen said workers who returned the phone told him that Sun Moon Lake was seeing the lowest water level in "50 to 60 years".Several social media users have posted selfies at popular destinations in recent days, where the ground in parts has dried up to the mud.In other parts of the lake, vegetation has grown over the lake bed, making the area look like a grassy plain instead.Taiwan's drought came after not a single typhoon hit last year, the first time in more than half a century. Typhoons usually cause the island to have a lot of rain.It forced authorities to adopt water rationing measures, affecting more than one million households and businesses in Taichung,

Miaoli and northern Changhua County.On the day of rationing, restrictions apply including no shampooing at the hair salon and the ban on washing the car at a gas station.People also took pictures on the banks of the Touqian River, the main water source of Hsinchu Science Park, home to a major semiconductor company.Taiwan's water shortage is expected to affect the water-intensive microchip sector, making it a global shortage of semiconductors that consume everything from computers to smartphones.You may be interested In 2015, Taiwan experienced a similar water shortage and an estimated three million people had leftovers.

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