This is a street called WEN SAN STREET.It is the "IT" avenue of Hangzhou. There are many 'IT' stores and markets. Picture shows this avenue. Left is a giant Digital market. Many "IT" products in China are cheap than abroad. Here you can by computer, digital advice, office equipment and electronic parts.
West Lake - Bai Causeway
The Bai Causeway is the shortest and oldest of the two causeways on West Lake. In the middle of the Tang Dynasty, Zhenyuan era (785-804), poet Bai Juyi came to Hangzhou as a governor. Already an accomplished poet, he realised that the farmland nearby depended on the water of West Lake, but due to negligence of former governors, the old dyke had collapsed, the water level of West Lake had dried out, and the local farmers suffered severe drought. He ordered the construction of a stronger and taller dyke, with a dam to control the flow of water, and thus solved the drought problem. He ordered the construction of a causeway connecting the Broken Bridge with the Solitary Hill, to facilitate walking on foot, instead of depending on boat. This causeway was later named Bai Causeway in Bai Juyi's honour.