Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang Province and the center of politics, economy, culture, science and education in Zhejiang Province. Hangzhou has a superior geographical location, located in the northern southeast coast of China, adjacent to Shanghai. As one of the seven ancient capitals of China, Hangzhou is one of the first batch of national historical and cultural cities, with representative ones including West Lake Culture, Liangzhu Culture, Silk Culture, and Tea Culture. In the 13th century, Italian traveler Marco Polo praised Hangzhou as the most beautiful and luxurious city in the world. The most famous scenery in Hangzhou is the beauty of West Lake, as people saying there is paradise in the heaven, and Suzhou and Hangzhou on the earth, which is a beautiful praise for Hangzhou. In 2011, the West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou was successfully included in the World Cultural Heritage List. The 11th G20 Summit in 2016, the World Short Pool Swimming Championships in 2018, and the 19th Asian Games were held in Hangzhou. Hangzhou is the birthplace of Chinas e-commerce, and the headquarter of Alibaba Group, the world's largest e-commerce enterprise is also located in Hangzhou. Therefore, it is known as the City of E-commerce.