Zhejiang, referred to as "Zhejiang", is the provincial administrative region of the people's Republic of China. Hangzhou, the capital of the province, is located in the southeast coast of China. Zhejiang is bounded by 118 ° 01 '- 123 ° 10' e, 27 ° 02 '- 31 ° 11' n, east of the East China Sea, south of Fujian, west of Anhui and Jiangxi, north of Shanghai and Jiangsu. Qiantang River, the largest river in the province, is also known as Zhejiang because of its winding river flow. Zhejiang is named after Zhejiang. Zhejiang Province covers an area of 105500 square kilometers.
The terrain of Zhejiang Province inclines from southwest to northeast with complex topography. The mountains form three parallel branches from southwest to northeast. It spans eight water systems, namely Qiantang River, Oujiang River, Lingjiang River, Tiaoxi River, Yongjiang River, Feiyun River, Aojiang River and Caoejiang River, and is composed of plain, hill, basin, mountain and island. Zhejiang Province is located in the middle of subtropical zone, with monsoon humid climate and superior natural conditions.
By the end of 2018, Zhejiang Province had 11 provincial cities (including two sub provincial cities), 20 county-level cities, 32 counties, 1 Autonomous County and 37 municipal districts.
By the end of 2018, according to preliminary accounting, the Gross Regional Product (GDP) of the whole year was 5619.7 billion yuan, an increase of 7.1% over the previous year. At the end of the year, the province's permanent population was 57.37 million, an increase of 800000 over the previous year. In October 2019, it was selected into the national digital economy innovation and development pilot area.