Amazing China in 60 Seconds: Zhejiang
East China's Zhejiang province has long been a popular tourist destination for its picturesque landscapes and rich cultural heritage.
Zhejiang has much to offer, with UNESCO world heritage sites such as the West Lake in its capital Hangzhou, a major section of the 3,200-kilometer-long Grand Canal and the archaeological ruins of Liangzhu that have gained world recognition as a testament to the existence of more than 5,000 years of Chinese civilization.
Zhejiang is also well-known for its refreshing longjing (dragon well) tea and luxurious silk.
Amazing China in 60 Seconds is a short video series covering cultural and scenic hotspots across the country.
Footage provided by the culture and tourism bureau of Zhejiang