This is a selection of resources on Discovering Zhejiang available from the NLB catalogue or the Internet and is not meant to be an exhaustive list. If you know of or come across more useful resources, please drop us a note so that we can share them with our readers.
This book covers the origin and evolution of ancient China’s private gardens, which were modelled after the imperial gardens. The most spectacular of these private gardens were built in Beijing and in the provinces of Jiangsu and Zhejiang.
All rights reserved, New York: CN Times Books, 2015.
Located nearly 100 miles south along the Grand Canal and beside the beautiful West Lake, the capital of Hangzhou is a prime tea-growing region. Away from the lake, this modern city is much like any other Chinese city, with its surrounding countryside dotted with temples and tea villages.
Retrieved from NetLibrary. (myLibrary ID is required to access this database.)
Using Zhejiang province as a case study, this paper discusses the decentralisation of authority from the central Chinese government to the provincial or township government. It also analyses the challenges faced by the provincial government in dealing with the urbanisation process and societal pressures.
Retrieved from ProQuest Central. (myLibrary ID is required to access this database).
This is the official Zhejiang provincial government website, which contains government-related information and resources for local residents, visitors and businesses. Besides Chinese, the website is also available in English, German, French and Japanese.
Discover the beauty, attractions and culture of Zhejiang through this official tourism website sponsored by the Tourism Bureau of Zhejiang Province.
Explore Zhejiang: The beautiful land of Zhejiang
Zhejiang, a region renowned for leisure and tourism, has experienced a great change following China’s economic reform over the past three decades. Watch this video introducing the unforgettable places and people of Zhejiang.