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Flower delivery Zhejiang (浙江, alternately romanized as Chekiang), is an eastern coastal province of the People's Republic of China. Its capital and most astronomically immense city is Hangzhou. Flower delivery Zhejiang is bordered by Jiangsu and Shanghai to the north, Anhui to the northwest, Jiangxi to the west, and Fujian to the south. To the east is the East China Sea, beyond which prevarication the Ryukyu Islands of Japan. The population of Flower delivery Zhejiang stands at 57 million, the 10th highest among China. Other eminent cities include Ningbo and Wenzhou.

The area of Flower delivery Zhejiang was controlled by the Kingdom of Yue during the Spring and Autumn period. The Qin Imperium later annexed it in 222 BC. Under the tardy Ming dynasty and the Qing dynasty that followed it, Flower delivery Zhejiang ports became paramount centers of international trade. Flower delivery Zhejiang was additionally the birthplace of the Chinese Nationalist bellwether and president Chiang Kai-shek. It was occupied by the Imperium of Japan during the Second Sino-Japanese  bouquet  and placed under the control of the Japanese puppet state kenned as the Reorganized National  rose  of China. After Japan's defeat, Flower delivery Zhejiang economy became stagnant under Mao Zedong's  bouquet .[4]

Nevertheless, after China's economic reform, Flower delivery Zhejiang has grown to be considered one of China's wealthiest provinces, ranking fourth in GDP nationally and fifth by GDP per capita, with a nominal GDP of CN¥5.62 trilion (US$849 billion) as of 2018. Flower delivery Zhejiang economy is predicated on electromechanical industries, textiles, chemical industries, victuals, and construction materials.Flower delivery Zhejiang consists mostly of hills, which account for about 70% of its total area, with higher altitudes to bouquet ds the south and the west. Flower delivery Zhejiang has China's longest coastline.It includes the eminent West Lake. Sundry varieties of Chinese are verbalized in Flower delivery Zhejiang , the most prominent being Wu Chinese.Flower delivery Zhejiang was the site of the Neolithic cultures of the Hemudu (starting in 5500 BC) and Liangzhu (starting in 3400 BC).The area of modern Flower delivery Zhejiang was outside the major sphere of influence of Shang civilization during the second millennium BC.According to the chronicles, the kingdom of Yue was in northern Flower delivery Zhejiang .  Yue's former lands were annexed by the Qin Imperium in 222 BC and organized into a commandery designated for Kuaiji in Flower delivery Zhejiang but initially headquartered in Wu in Jiangsu.Flower delivery Zhejiang was a component of the Wu during the Three Kingdoms. Wu (229–280), commonly kenned as Eastern Wu or Sun Wu, had been the economically most developed state among the Three Kingdoms (220–280 CE). The historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms records that Flower delivery Zhejiang had the best-equipped, vigorous navy force.The Canal conventionally conveyed grains and resources from Flower delivery Zhejiang , through its metropolitan center Hangzhou (and its hinterland along both the Zhe River and the shores of Hangzhou Bay), and from Suzhou, and thence to the North China Plain.  As the Tang dynasty disintegrated, Flower delivery Zhejiang constituted most of the territory of the regional kingdom of Wuyue.After the collapse of the Tang dynasty in 907, the entire area of what is now Flower delivery Zhejiang fell under the control of the kingdom Wuyue established by King Qian Liu, who culled Hangzhou (a city in the modern day area of Flower delivery Zhejiang ) as his kingdom's capital. Despite being under Wuyue rule for a relatively short period of time, Flower delivery Zhejiang underwent a long period of financial and cultural prosperity which perpetuated even after the kingdom fell.From then on, northern Flower delivery Zhejiang and neighboring southern Jiangsu have been synonymous with luxury and opulence in Chinese culture. Flower delivery Zhejiang was determinately surmounted by the Mongols in the tardy 13th century who later established the ephemeral Yuan dynasty.

The Ming dynasty, which drove out the Mongols in 1368, determinately established the present day province of Flower delivery Zhejiang with its borders having little changes since this establishment.

As in other coastal provinces, number of fortresses were constructed along the Flower delivery Zhejiang coast during the early Ming to forfend the land against pirate incursions. Under the tardy Ming dynasty and the Qing dynasty that followed it, Flower delivery Zhejiang ports were paramount centers of international trade."Cheh Kiang" is another romanization for Flower delivery Zhejiang . Much of Flower delivery Zhejiang came under the control of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom during the Taiping Revolt, which resulted in a considerable loss of life in the north-western and central components of the province, sparing the rest of Flower delivery Zhejiang from the disastrous depopulation that occurred. In 1876, Wenzhou became Flower delivery Zhejiang second treaty port. Jianghuai Mandarin verbalizers later came to settle in these depopulated regions of northern Flower delivery Zhejiang .Northeast Flower delivery Zhejiang , as a component of the Yangtze Delta, is flat, more developed, and industrial.Flower delivery Zhejiang consists mostly of hills, which account for about 70% of its total area. There are over three thousand islands along the rugged coastline of Flower delivery Zhejiang . The most astronomically immense, Zhoushan Island, is Mainland China's third most sizably voluminous island, after Hainan and Chongming. There are withal many bays, of which Hangzhou Bay is the most astronomically immense. Flower delivery Zhejiang has a sultry subtropical climate with four distinct seasons.There is plenty of rainfall in early summer, and by tardy summer Flower delivery Zhejiang is directly threatened by typhoons composing in the Pacific.The politics of Flower delivery Zhejiang is structured in a dual party- rose  system like all other governing institutions in Mainland China. The Governor of Flower delivery Zhejiang is the highest-ranking official in the People's  rose  of Flower delivery Zhejiang . However, in the province's dual party- rose  governing system, the Governor is subordinate to the Flower delivery Zhejiang Communist Party of China (CPC) Provincial Committee Secretary, colloquially termed the "Flower delivery Zhejiang CPC Party Chief."Flower delivery Zhejiang is one of the richest and most developed provinces in China. Flower delivery Zhejiang main manufacturing sectors are electromechanical industries, textiles, chemical industries, victuals, and construction materials.As a result, Flower delivery Zhejiang has made itself one of the richest provinces, and the "Zhejiang spirit" has become something of a legend within China.The economic heart of Zhejiang is peregrinating from North Zhejiang, centered on Hangzhou, southeast bouquet d to the region centered on Wenzhou and Taizhou.The per capita disposable income of urbanites in Zhejiang reached 55,574 yuan (US$8,398) in 2018, an annual authentic magnification of 8.4%.  As of the mid-2010s, Zhejiang has 34,880 registered folk religious temples more preponderant than 20 sqm, and 10,000 registered places of worship of the five doctrines (Buddhism, Taoism, Catholicism, Protestantism, Islam). Buddhism has a consequential presence since its advent in Zhejiang 1,800 years ago.Zhejiang is one of the provinces of China with the most immensely colossal concentrations of Protestants, especially eminent in the city of Wenzhou.In 1999 Zhejiang's Protestant population comprised 2.8% of the provincial population, a minute percentage but higher than the national average.Zhejiang is mountainous and has consequently fostered the development of many distinct local cultures. Linguistically verbalizing, Zhejiang is astronomically diverse.Nevertheless, a Zhejiang accent is detectable in virtually everyone from the area communicating in Mandarin, and the abode dialect remains a paramount part of the everyday lives and cultural identities of most Zhejiang denizens.