Hangzhou is the capital and the largest city of Zhejiang Province in Eastern China, lying in the south-central portion of the Yangtze River Delta and at the southern end of the Grand Canal of China, which extends to Beijing. Hangzhou is renowned for its natural beauty and historic relics. It is one of the most scenic and comfortable cities. There is a Chinese saying, "Heaven Above, Suzhou and Hangzhou below". The West Lake is the city's best-known attraction. Adjacent to the lake is a scenic area, surrounded by historical pagodas, cultural sites, as well as the natural beauties. Around the lake and hills locates the famous and fascinating "10 Scenic Spots in West Lake". It’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The world's largest tidal bore races up the Qiantang River through Hangzhou, reaching up to 40 ft (12 m) in height.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Chinese Institute of Electronics
Beijing Institute of Technology
Hangzhou Dianzi University
National Natural Science Foundation of China
Key Laboratory of Electronic and Information Technology in Satellite Navigation, Ministry of Education
Beijing Key Laboratory of Embedded Real-Time Parallel Processing Technology