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  • Zhejiang, a tide rider

    Zhejiang, a tide rider

    Zhejiang province, Zhe for short, got its name after the Qiantang River. It is one of China's most economically developed provinces and is located on the country's southeastern coast.

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  • Economy

    Historically, Zhejiang has given top priority to agriculture, and has been an economically developed province based on industry with featured regional massive economics, since its reform and opening-up.

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  • Administrative divisions

    There are two sub-provincial cities in the province, Hangzhou and Ningbo, and nine prefecture-level cities, Wenzhou, Huzhou, Jiaxing, Shaoxing, Jinhua, Quzhou, Zhoushan, Taizhou and Lishui.

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  • Geography

    Zhejiang province is located in the southern part of the Yangtze River Delta of the southeast coast of China.

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  • Climate

    Zhejiang has a sub-tropical monsoon climate, warm, humid and rainy.

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  • Natural Resources

    Zhejiang is a high yield comprehensive agricultural area in China. Hangzhou-Jiaxing-Huzhou Plain and Ningbo-Shaoxing Plain are famous granaries and silk and tea producing areas.

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  • Events

    West Lake International Expo, Computing Conference in Yunqi Cloud Town, China-CEEC EXPO, Ningbo Talents, Science and Technology Week, Ningbo International Fashion Fair, Smart City Expo, Xu Xiake Tourism Festival, World Internet Conference, The Wuzhen Theatre Festival, China International Qianjiang (Haining) Tidal-Bore Viewing Festival

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  • History

    Zhejiang province has a history thousands and thousands of years old, with the first records of human activity in the area dating back to the Paleolithic Age.

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