American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A province of eastern China on the East China Sea. It is one of the most densely populated regions in the country. Hangzhou is the capital. Population: 45,900,000.
- n. a province in southeastern China
“After a series of factory strikes by low-paid workers last spring, and with fear of more labor unrest, local governments recently raised the minimum wage - including here in Zhejiang province, which now has one of the highest minimum wages in China.”
“My grandfather grew up in Zhejiang Province, an eastern coastal region in China, just south of Shanghai and named after a crooked river that cuts through its capital.”
“The Hangzhou municipal government in Zhejiang province has required Internet portals under its administration to ask for the real identity of their users from May 1.”
“The She people in Zhejiang and Fujian provinces are another such case.”
“Taken near a ‘nuclear’ power plant in Zhejiang, China.”
“84At the same time, local governors in Zhejiang and Jiangsu who were assigned to fill the quota of 4 million jin for the two minting bureaus in Beijing were unable to purchase enough Japanese copper and suggested that Yunnan copper be transported to Beijing.”
“The Lishui Wandi Plaza complex is located in the central business district of Lishui in southern Zhejiang Province and is expected to be completed in 2013.”
“Chinese microblog by a whistle-blower from Chun'an County in the eastern province of Zhejiang, which is situated on a large inland reservoir known as Thousand Island Lake.”
“Mr. Xi, 54 years old, has spent the past two decades working in various capacities in wealthy areas on the coast, such as Zhejiang province, and for the past half-year, Shanghai.”
“Ltd ( "Zhejiang") registered the trademark "Antu" on October 10, 1986, and sort to extend this until January 29, 2017.”
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