Yulin Yulin, a prefecture level city under the jurisdiction of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, was formerly known as Yulin Prefecture. It is surrounded by mountains, high in the middle and inclined to the north and south. It is a subtropical monsoon climate zone with significant seasonal changes, warm climate, high temperature and abundant heat. The city has a total of 12 thousand and 800 square kilometers, and has 2 districts, 1 cities and 4 counties. 2019 of the total population of 7 million 369 thousand and 700 people (the number of registered residence of Public Security).
Yulin is the second batch of rural reform pilot areas in China. It is located in Southeast Guangxi, adjacent to Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, with Beibu Gulf in front, Southwest China in the back, and Southeast Asia in the South China economic circle and southwest China economic circle. Yulin has developed transportation network, including national highway 241 and 324, Nanning Guangzhou expressway, Yulin Beihai Tieshangang expressway, lizhan railway, Luoyang Zhanjiang railway Yutie railway intersects in Yulin; there are more than 120 scenic spots, such as Yuntian folk culture city, DARONGSHAN National Forest Park, Xielu villa, Duqiao mountain, etc. In March 2018, Yulin city was identified by the central civilization office as the nominated city of the national civilized city in the construction cycle from 2018 to 2020.
In 2019, Yulin's GDP will reach 167.977 billion yuan, an increase of 7.2% over the previous year.
In July 2019, it was rated as a national intellectual property pilot city.
In the pre Qin period, at the end of the primitive society, it was one of the areas where Baiyue ethnic groups were distributed, inhabiting Xi'ou, Luoyue and other tribes. In the late Warring States period, the western oujun and luohou appeared, and the Ouluo people began to have class differentiation.
After Qin Shihuang unified Lingnan, Nanhai County, Guilin county and Xiang county were set up in Lingnan. The city began to form a political system, subordinate to Xiang county and Guilin county. Zhao Tuo, the Qin general who succeeded Nanhai Wei in the Qin II period, annexed Guilin county and Xiang county and ruled Lingnan. In the early Han Dynasty, the state of Nanyue was established, and the city was under the jurisdiction of Nanyue.
In the sixth year of Yuanding (111 B.C.) of the Western Han Dynasty, Yulin County was established, and the county governed Bushan county (now Guigang City). In the fifth year of Yuanding (112BC), Emperor Hanwu pacified Nanyue. In the following year, nine counties were set up in Lingnan, including Nanhai, Cangwu, Yulin, Hepu, Jiaozhi, Jiuzhen, rinan, zhuya and daner. Today, there are three counties in Guangxi, namely Cangwu, Yulin and Hepu (belonging to Jiaozhou at that time).
In the new dynasty of Wang Mang (9-23 years), Yulin County was changed into Yuping county (later restored).
In the kaihuang period of Sui Dynasty (581-600 years), Yulin County was abolished, and Daye county was restored in the early period (605-618 years). The former government was located in Guicheng Town, Gangbei District, Guigang City, and Xinde Gucheng village, Mengwei Town, Guiping city. It was moved to the South Bank of Yujiang River, Dongjin Town, Gangnan District, Guigang City in Sui Dynasty.
In the fifth year of Yuanfeng (106bc) of the Han Dynasty, it belonged to the History Department of Jiaozhi, and in the eighth year of Jian'an (203bc), it belonged to the History Department of Jiaozhou.
At the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Jiaozhi Prefecture was changed to Jiaozhou. Today, Guangdong Province includes the whole Nanhai County under Jiaozhou Prefecture, as well as Cangwu County, Hepu County, Guiyang County of Jingzhou and a department of Yuzhang County of Yangzhou. In 217, Bu Yi moved Jiaozhou Prefecture from Guangxin to Panyu.
It was subordinate to Guangzhou in the fifth year of Wu Huangwu (226) of the Three Kingdoms, restored to the old in Russia, and restored to Guangzhou in the first year of Yuanxing (264). From Jin to Southern Dynasties, song and Qi dynasties, Liang belonged to Dingzhou and then changed to nandingzhou. In the first year of Daxing (318), it was set up in Jinxing county.
During the kaihuang period of Sui Dynasty (581-600), Jin Xingjun was abolished, and at the beginning of Daye period (605-618), it still belonged to Yulin Jun. Under the leadership of Guangzhou, Sui led Yulin, Yuping, Lingfang, Alin, Shinan, Guiping, Madu, Ancheng, ningpu, Leshan, Lingshan, Xuanhua 12 counties. It was abolished in the early Tang Dynasty. Tianbao first year (742) to Yulin County. It is located in the area of PUTANG town and Luoyang township of Xingye county. It belongs to Lingnan road. Lingshinan County, Xingde County, Yuping County, Xingye county and tanli county. In the first year of Qianyuan (758), yulinzhou was restored.
Tang Zhenguan (627-649) established Yulin Prefecture, Tianbao (742) changed Yulin County, Qianyuan (758) restored Yulin Prefecture. It was originally located in the area of Futang town and Luoyang township of Xingye county.
In the early Song Dynasty, he moved to Shinan town (guzhoudu) in Xingye County, and to Nanliu county (today's Yuzhou District) in the second year of Dao (996). Jianzhou city was on the Bank of Nanliu River. In 862, it belonged to Lingnan West Road. The Five Dynasties and ten States belong to the Southern Han Dynasty. It belongs to Guangnan road in the third year of Song Dynasty (997), Guangnan road in the first year of Yuanfeng (1078), Qiannan road in Guangxi in the third year of Daguan (1109), Guangnan road in the next year, and Guangxi Road after Song Dynasty.
In 1276, it belonged to Guangxi Dao. In 1295, it belonged to Liangjiang Dao. In 1363, it still belonged to Guangxi Dao.
In 1368, Bobai County belonged to Yulin Prefecture, Wuzhou Prefecture. In September of the second year of Hongwu reign of Ming Dynasty, Nanliu County entered Yulin Prefecture, and Puning county was abolished. In May of the tenth year (1377), Rongzhou was reduced to Rong County, which belonged to Wuzhou Prefecture. Beiliu and Luchuan counties belonged to Yulin Prefecture.
In the Shunzhi period of Qing Dynasty, Yulin Prefecture was separated from Wuzhou Prefecture and attached to Wuyu road in Guiping; in 1725, Yulin was promoted to Zhili Prefecture. Guangxu 13 years (1887) under the Zuojiang road. From the beginning of Jiaqing to the end of Qing Dynasty, it governed four counties: Bobai, Beiliu, Luchuan and Xingye.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the Prefecture was promoted to the prefecture, and the Prefecture was abolished to the county in the next year.
From the third year of the Republic of China (1914) to the thirty sixth year of the Republic of China (1947), it successively belonged to Yujiang Road, Cangwu Road, Yulin militia District, Wuzhou militia District, Yulin District, the Sixth District, the third district, Yulin special district and the ninth district (Yulin District).
In 1941, Rong County belonged to Wuzhou administrative supervision district and Wuzhou special district.
In December 1949, Yulin County, Bobai County, Beiliu County, Luchuan county and Xingye county were subordinate to Yulin district.
In July 1951, Yulin district and Wuzhou District merged to form Rongxian District, which governs Yulin, Xingye, Bobai, Beiliu, Luchuan, Rongxian, Cangwu, Tengxian, Cenxi, Pingnan and Guiping; Guixian county is under Binyang district.
In 1952, Guixian county was transferred from Binyang district to Rongxian District, Xingye county was abolished, most of them were merged into Yulin County, one part into Guixian County, Bobai County into Qinzhou District, and Rongxian district the next year.
In March 1956, Yulin County was renamed Yulin County.
In July 1958, Rongxian district was abolished and divided into Yulin district and Wuzhou district. Yulin District governs Yulin County, Guixian County, Guiping County, Pingnan County, Rongxian County, Beiliu County, Luchuan county and Bobai County.
In November 1971, it was renamed Yulin area.
On October 8, 1983, the State Council approved the abolition of Yulin County and the establishment of Yulin City, with the former administrative region of Yulin County as the administrative region of Yulin city.
On April 18, 1994, the Ministry of Civil Affairs approved the abolition of Beiliu county and the establishment of Beiliu City.
On April 22, 1997, the State Council approved the abolition of Yulin prefecture level and county level Yulin City and the establishment of prefecture level Yulin city. The Municipal People's government was stationed at Dongmen Road, Yulin Town, Yuzhou District.
In June 2013, the State Council approved the establishment of Fumian District of Yulin city.
As of 2017, Yulin has jurisdiction over Yuzhou District, Fumian District, Beiliu City, Rong County, Luchuan County, Bobai County and Xingye county. The Municipal People's government is located at No.1 Yudong Avenue, Yuzhou District.
Yulin is located in the southeast of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, 190km away from Nanning, the capital of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, with 109 ° 39 ′ to 110 ° 18 ′ e, 22 ° 19 ′ to 23 ° 01 ′ n, Maoming City in Guangdong Province in the East, Qinzhou City in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in the west, Beihai City in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in the south, Guigang City in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in the north and Wuzhou City in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in the northeast. The total area of the city is 12800 square kilometers.
The landform of Yulin city is a part of the hills of Guangdong and Guangxi in the national landform type, and it belongs to the hilly area of Southeast Guangxi in Guangxi landform type. The terrain of the city: surrounded by mountains, the central part is high, and inclines to the north and south sides. In the central part, there are Hanshan, Dongshan, Kuishan and Shengshan, which are arranged from east to west and are isolated among the hills. The mountains are undulating, and the low mountains are continuous, forming a zigzag semi arc shaped north-south watershed. The northeast and southwest borders of the city are occupied by medium mountains, and the terrain is the highest, with Darong mountain in the northeast and Six Mountains in the southwest Wandashan; to the south of Darong mountain and to the east of 60000 mountain, it forms the open Yulin basin in the south of the city; between Dongshan, Shengshan and Kuishan. It forms the Shinan Valley in the middle and west of the city, and the hills and low hills in the northwest and southeast of the city.
Yulin city is located in the central and western part of South China paraplatform, across the secondary structural units such as Guizhong guidongtai depression, southern end of Dayaoshan uplift, Qinzhou residual geosyncline, 60000 Dashan uplift and Bobai depression. According to the structural and other geological development characteristics, the city can also be divided into several regional structural units, such as Gaofeng syncline, PUTANG anticline, Shinan syncline, DARONGSHAN Liuwanshan anticline, dangzhou syncline, yaqiao syncline, Rendong syncline, chuanjingcun anticline, Tai'an Horst, Shatian syncline, etc. The present tectonic outline: the darongshan-60000dashan granite uplift is in the middle, Yulin basin and Shatian basin are in the south, close to Yunkai uplift, and Qiaowei basin (Gaofeng basin) is in the north.
Yulin is a subtropical monsoon climate zone. Climate characteristics: significant seasonal changes. Warm and hot climate: the temperature is high and the heat is sufficient. The summer is long and the winter is short: between one year old, the summer heat is more than half; the winter is cold and snowless, with occasional low-temperature frost, and the Darong mountain and 60000 mountain can be frozen. Abundant rainfall, but uneven distribution of time and space: wet summer and dry winter, continuous spring rain, more typhoons and rainstorms in summer, easy to cause local floods, often drought in spring and autumn; more rainfall in mountainous areas, less flat land, more in southeast, less in Northwest. According to the climatological standard, each season is continuous
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