Yichun Yichun, a prefecture level city in Jiangxi Province, is an important member of the urban agglomeration in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. It is located in the northwest of Jiangxi Province, between 113 ° 54 ′ - 116 ° 27 ′ E and 27 ° 33 ′ - 29 ° 06 ′ n. It borders Nanchang in the East, Fuzhou in the southeast, Ji'an and Xinyu in the south, Pingxiang in the southwest, Jiujiang in the north, Changsha and Yueyang in Hunan Province in the northwest.
Yichun has a total area of 18680.42 square kilometers, and has 1 districts, 6 counties and 3 county level cities. The population of the permanent residence is 5 million 582 thousand and 600 and the registered residence population is 6 million 38 thousand and 100 at the end of 2019. In 2019, Yichun will achieve a GDP of 268.757 billion yuan. Yichun is dominated by hills and mountains with mild climate, abundant rainfall and four distinct seasons. Yichun has the intersection of Beijing Kowloon Railway, Shanghai Kunming high-speed railway and Zhejiang Jiangxi railway; the expressways of Jiangxi Guangdong, Shanghai Kunming and Daguang crisscross with national highways 320 and 105; in addition, it also has Yichun Mingyueshan airport.
In the sixth year of emperor Gaozu of the Han Dynasty (201 B.C.), Chen Ying, the Marquis of the Tang Dynasty, was ordered to build a city and establish a rule here. Because "there are springs on the side of the city, which are as beautiful as spring and pleasant to drink", it is named Yichun. In the preface to Tengwang Pavilion written by Wang Bo in the early Tang Dynasty, the famous sentence "things are rich in treasures, people are outstanding in the earth", and the person, his affairs, and his things are all alluded to Yichun; Han Yu in the Tang Dynasty wrote the poem "don't travel far to Yichun, the rivers and mountains are better than traveling"; Zhu Xi, the Deputy scholar in the Song Dynasty, sighed that "I should travel in the spring, and look at the strange mountains four times". Song Yingxing, the author of Tiangong Kaiwu in Ming Dynasty, Wu Youxun, a modern physicist, and Yang Wenjun, the champion of two Olympic Games, are all representatives of Yichun.
Yichun has held the fifth farmers' games of the people's Republic of China in 2004, the Mid Autumn Festival Gala of CCTV in 2009 and the annual moon Culture Festival. It is known as "the capital of the moon" and "the lithium capital of Asia". It has successively won the titles of China's livable City, China's excellent tourism city, national green model city and national forest city.
The Qin Dynasty is divided into 36 counties, and Yichun city belongs to Jiujiang county.
During the Han Dynasty, it belonged to Yuzhang Prefecture.
In the second year of Wu Baoding in the Three Kingdoms (267), an Chengjun was set up. Yichun Area is divided into Yuzhang and an Chengjun.
The second year of Liang Datong in the Southern Dynasty (536). Set up Bashan County, jurisdiction Fengcheng area. At the end of the Liang Dynasty, Yuning county was set up, with jurisdiction over Fengxin, Jing'an and Tonggu. At that time, the city belonged to Yuzhang, Ancheng, Bashan and Yuning counties.
In the early Sui Dynasty, the county was abandoned and the state was established. In the 11th year of kaihuang (591), Yuanzhou (Yichun county) was established. At that time, Yuanzhou District and the west of Zhangshu City were under the jurisdiction of Yuanzhou, the east of Zhangshu City was under the jurisdiction of Jizhou, Fengcheng City was under the jurisdiction of Fuzhou, and other counties and the north of Zhangshu City were under the jurisdiction of Hongzhou. At the beginning of the great cause of emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty, the state was changed into a county. Hongzhou was restored to Yuzhang County, Jizhou to Luling County, Yuanzhou to Yichun county. After several times, the county was changed into a state in the early period of the Tang and Qianyuan dynasties.
In Tang Dynasty, the city was divided into three states: Hong, yuan and Ji. In 622, the fifth year of Wude of Tang Dynasty, Jingzhou was established. It has jurisdiction over Gaoan, Yifeng, Shanggao, Wanzai and Zhangshu. In the seventh year of Wude (624), Jingzhou was changed to Mizhou and Mizhou to Junzhou. Junzhou was abolished in the eighth year of Wude (625). Until Wu Dynasty, it still belonged to Hongzhou, Yuanzhou and Jizhou. In 938, Gaoan and Xingan counties were located in Qingjiang County, with Xiaotan (now Linjiang town) as the county government. In 952, Yunzhou was restored. In 954, Hongzhou was changed to Nanchang. They belong to Yuanzhou, Junzhou, Jizhou and Nanchang.
At the beginning of the Northern Song Dynasty, Nanchang Prefecture was renamed Hongzhou. In the third year of Chunhua of Song Dynasty (992), Linjiang army was set up, which was located in Linjiang town of Zhangshu City. At that time, it belonged to Yuanzhou, Hongzhou, Junzhou and Linjiang army.
Junzhou was changed to Gaoan County in 1143 of Shaoxing in Southern Song Dynasty, and Junzhou was restored in 1148 of Shaoxing in Southern Song Dynasty. In the first year of Longxing (1163), Hongzhou was changed into Longxing Prefecture. In the first year of Baoqing (1225), Junzhou was changed to Ruizhou. At that time, it belonged to Yuanzhou, Ruizhou, Linjiang army and Longxing Prefecture.
In 1277, Longxing mansion, Linjiang army and Ruizhou were changed into Longxing Road, Linjiang road and Ruizhou Road, which were subordinate to Jiangxi Province. In Yuanzhou set up the general office, subordinate to Hunan Province. In 1280, Jiangxi Province and Quanzhou province merged into Fujian Province, and in 1282, they became Jiangxi province again. In the same year, it was promoted to Yuanzhou Road, subordinate to Jiangxi Province. In 1284, Longxing road was changed to Longxing road. At that time, it belonged to Yuanzhou, Ruizhou, Linjiang and Longxing roads, all of which belonged to Jiangxi Province.
In the Ming Dynasty, Jiangxi Province was divided into 13 prefectures. Yichun and Wanzai belong to Yuanzhou Prefecture, Qingjiang to Linjiang Prefecture, Gaoan, Shanggao and Yifeng to Ruizhou Prefecture, Fengcheng, Fengxin, Jing'an and Tonggu to Nanchang Prefecture. Nanchang and Ruizhou are under the jurisdiction of Nanrui Road, while Yuanzhou and Linjiang are under the jurisdiction of Huxi road.
In the early Qing Dynasty, along with the old system of Ming Dynasty. After the reign of Kangxi, Jiangxi Province evolved into four prefectures, Ruizhou, Yuanzhou and Linjiang, which were subordinate to Ruiyuan Lindao (Daoyin was stationed in Gao'an). They still belong to Yuanzhou, Ruizhou, Linjiang and Nanchang.
The government was abolished after the revolution of 1911. Yichun, Qingjiang, Wanzai, Shanggao, Yifeng and Gao'an belong to Luling Road, Fengxin, Jing'an and Tonggu belong to Xunyang Road, and Fengcheng belongs to Yuzhang road. In 1926, the Dao system was abolished, and all counties were directly under the province. In the summer of 1931, the party and government committee of the army, navy and air force headquarters of the Kuomintang divided the revolutionary base and guerrilla counties in Jiangxi Province under the leadership of the Communist Party into nine districts. Tonggu and Yifeng belonged to the first district, Yichun and Wanzai to the second. In February 1932, the province was divided into 13 administrative regions. Fengcheng, Gao'an and Qingjiang belong to the first district; Fengxin, Jing'an and Tonggu belong to the second district; Yichun, Wanzai, Yifeng and Shanggao belong to the eighth district. In February of the 23rd year of the Republic of China, eight special regional political bureaux were set up in the province. It was divided into Fengxin, Yifeng, Tonggu and Xiushui counties, and set up a bureau in Qianqiao of Yifeng. It was divided into Wanzai, Yichun and Pingxiang counties, and set up a bureau in Cihua of Yichun, which was abolished in April 1935. In April 1935, the province was reduced to eight administrative regions. Fengxin, Jing'an and Tonggu belong to the first district, Yichun, Wanzai, Shanggao, Yifeng, Gao'an, Qingjiang and Fengcheng belong to the second district. In the winter of 1939, the province was divided into 11 administrative regions. Tonggu belongs to the first district (Tonggu), Yichun, Wanzai, Shanggao, Yifeng, Gao'an and Qingjiang belong to the second district (Pingxiang), Fengxin and Jing'an belong to the Tenth District (Shangfu), Fengcheng belongs to the eleventh district (Fengcheng). In August 1942, the province was reduced to nine administrative regions. Fengcheng, Gao'an and Qingjiang belong to the first district (Fengcheng), Yichun, Wanzai, Shanggao, Yifeng and Tonggu belong to the second district (Yichun), Fengxin and Jing'an belong to the ninth district (Wuning).
On June 15, 1949, the Nanchang District of Jiangxi Provincial People's government was established, with jurisdiction over 10 counties including Nanchang, Fengcheng, Xinjian, Gao'an, Qingjiang, Xingan, Jinxian (from Guixi District in August), Fengxin, Anyi and Jing'an (from Jiujiang District in September). On July 10, the Yuanzhou District of Jiangxi Provincial People's government was established, with jurisdiction over Yichun, Pingxiang, Fenyi, Xinyu, Wanzai, Shanggao, Yifeng and Tonggu counties.
In 1951, it was renamed Nanchang District and Yuanzhou district respectively.
On September 12, 1952, Yuanzhou district was incorporated into Nanchang district. The Commissioner's office was located in Huanhu Road, Nanchang city. Xingan was divided into Ji'an district and led to 17 counties.
In September 1958, Nanchang and Xinjian County entered Nanchang city. On December 20 of the same year, the office of Nanchang commissioner was set up in Yichun county.
In January 1959, it was renamed Yichun Commissioner's office and led 15 counties. Later, Jinxian, Pingxiang, Xinyu, Fenyi and Anyi counties were designated one after another.
In July 1978, Yichun district administrative office was established, which is a provincial agency.
In 1979, Yichun city was designated as Yichun county.
In 1985, Yichun County joined Yichun city.
In 1988, Fengcheng county was replaced by Fengcheng City and Qingjiang County by Zhangshu City.
In 1993, Gaoan county was removed and Gaoan city was established. So far, Yichun has jurisdiction over 4 cities and 6 counties.
In August 2000, with the approval of the State Council, Yichun district was abolished and Yichun city was changed into Yuanzhou district.
In 2013, Yichun has jurisdiction over one district, six counties and three county-level cities. The municipal government is located in Yuanzhou district.
Yichun is located in the northwest of Jiangxi Province, between 113 ° 54 ′ - 116 ° 27 ′ E and 27 ° 33 ′ - 29 ° 06 ′ n. It borders Nanchang in the East, Fuzhou in the southeast, Ji'an and Xinyu in the south, Pingxiang in the southwest, Changsha and Yueyang in Hunan Province in the northwest, and Jiujiang in the north. It is 222.75 km long from east to west and 174 km wide from north to south. It covers an area of 18680.42 square kilometers, accounting for 11.20% of the total area of the province.
Yichun is located in the transition zone from the mountainous area of Northwest Jiangxi to the GANFU PLAIN. The terrain is complex and diverse, and the terrain inclines from northwest to Southeast. The highest point is 1794.3 meters above sea level in jiulingjian, Jing'an, and the lowest point is 18 meters above sea level in Yaohu, Fengcheng. There are mountains, hills and plains in the territory. Mountainous area accounts for 35.46%, hilly area 39.05% and plain area 25.49%. The southeast part of the city belongs to the valley terrace and hilly area in the middle reaches of Ganfu. The rivers and hills are staggered in the territory, with undulating terrain and gentle slope. The rest are
Chinese PinYin : Jiang Xi Sheng Yi Chun Shi
Yichun City, Jiangxi Province
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