The number of "geological hazards" had risen 70 percent since water levels in the reservoir reached a maximum of 175 meters (574 ft), he said, without elaborating, although he was believed to be referring to landslides. Liu could not be reached for comment.
IMO it will probably fail. The huge change in mass due to the lake has to deform the earth below, and I recall a fault line runs nearby.
It's an incredible feat of engineering, but I think it's courting disaster.