Zhejiang Province

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May 17, 2022

Zhejiang Province (Chinese: 浙江省; Pinyin: Zhèjiāng shěng Zhejiang Cheng) Abbreviated name 'Zhe' (浙) in Thai evidence, originally called Je Kiang Province (According to the Teochew accent) has a capital city called Hangzhou.

Location and Territory

Zhejiang Province has the following contact areas: North borders Anhui, Jiangsu and Shanghai. South borders with Fujian Province (Hokkien). The east connects to the East China Sea. The west borders Anhui and Jiangxi provinces.

Terrain

The southwest area is higher and slopes to the northeast. stair-like The south-west is a mountainous area with a height above the level. The average sea level is 800 meters, and the peaks with a height above sea level of more than 1,500 meters are concentrated in this area. The highest peak is the peak. Huang Maojian (黄茅尖) in Longquan District Height above sea level 1,929 meters

Resources

Zhejiang is an important resource of non-metallic ores, with 12 species with the highest reserves in the country, such as coal, alum. Volcanic ash is used in construction and masonry, fluorite, algae soil, etc.

Climate

Zhejiang stretches across a tropical zone. monsoon weather There is a long sunny period and four clear seasons. ethnic group Zhejiang is a multi-ethnic land. There are 49 ethnic minorities, with a population of nearly 400,000, accounting for about 0.7% of the province's total population, of which 200,000 are Shi and 20,000 Muslims (Hui). (at the district level) only in China as well

Economy

In 2004, the growth values ​​of industries in all three sectors were as follows: