Pujiang County Pujiang County, subordinate to Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, is located at the intersection of Chengdu, Meishan and Ya'an. It is adjacent to Dongpo District and Pengshan District of Meishan City in the East, Mingshan District of Ya'an City in the west, Danling County in the South and Qionglai city in the north. It is adjacent to Tianfu new area and belongs to Chengdu "half an hour economic circle". It is the throat of "entering Tibet and Yunnan" and has convenient transportation. Pujiang County covers an administrative area of 583 square kilometers, with jurisdiction over 2 streets and 6 towns.
Pujiang County, founded in 554 ad, is the hometown of Wei liaoweng, an acting scholar of the Song Dynasty, and Li Jiayu, a famous Anti Japanese general. The forest coverage rate is 50.8%, the surface water reaches the national class III water area standard, and the air quality is better than the national class II standard. Pujiang County has the reputation of "green Pujiang · ecological new city".
On December 14, 2017, Pujiang County was awarded the fourth Sichuan civilization demonstration city. In November 2019, it was named "four good rural road" national demonstration county. In March 2020, Pujiang County was awarded as the advanced county in implementing the Rural Revitalization Strategy in Sichuan Province in 2019.
Evolution of organizational system
Pujiang has a long history. According to the identification of Neolithic cultural relics found in the county, there were human activities at least 4000 years ago. Pujiang area belongs to Shu Kingdom in ancient times. After the Qin Dynasty destroyed Shu, it was attached to Puyang County. Han belongs to Linqiong county. In 554, the first year of emperor Gong of the Western Wei Dynasty in the southern and Northern Dynasties, the county was officially established and named Guangding. Sui Renshou first year (601 years) renamed Pujiang.
The ancient name of Pujiang County was Guangding, which was first placed in the first year of emperor Gong of the Western Wei Dynasty (554). At the same time, it was located in Puyuan County, with the same county and county administration, 1 Li north of the county (the area of Dongyue Temple). In the second year of emperor Gong (555), Linqiong county was set up as Linxi County, which is located in the remnant village of Xilai township. At that time, Guangding and Linxi counties belonged to Puyuan County of Qiongzhou.
In the Northern Zhou Dynasty (557-581), the governor's office was set up above the prefectures. Puyuan county still leads Guangding and Linxi counties, and the county still belongs to Qiongzhou.
In the third year of emperor kaihuang of Sui Dynasty (583), the counties of the whole country were dismissed, and the counties were governed by prefectures. Guangding and Linxi counties belonged to Qiongzhou. In the first year of Renshou (601) of the Sui Dynasty, it was changed to Pujiang ("Pujiang River lies to the south of it"). In the third year of Daye of Sui Dynasty (607), the general manager's office was terminated, and the Prefecture was changed into a county. In the same year, Heqiong, Yadeng were Linqiong counties, and Pujiang and Linxi counties were Linqiong counties (the county and Yandao county are in the same place, and yaan county is now duoyingping).
In 618, Linqiong county was changed into Yazhou (Yandao county was set up as the governing county), and Pujiang, Linxi and other 16 counties belonged to Yazhou. In the same year, five counties of CEYA Prefecture, including Pujiang, Linxi and Linqiong, were established as Qiongzhou. The first year of Tang Zhenguan (627) divided the whole country into ten Dao, Pujiang, Linqiong and other counties belong to Jiannan Dao Qiongzhou. In the first year of Tang Tianbao (742), the Prefecture was changed into County, and Qiongzhou was changed into Linqiong county. In 757, Jiannan road was divided into East and West rivers, each with its own chieftain. Pujiang and Linxi counties belonged to Linqiong county. In the first year of Qianyuan (758) of the Tang Dynasty, the prefectures of the whole country were changed into prefectures. Linqiong county is changed to Qiongzhou. Pujiang and Linxi belong to Qiongzhou, Xichuan, Jiannan road. In 769, Linxi County set up huajuezhou, which governed Linxi and Pujiang counties. The fourth year of Dahe (830) of Tang Dynasty was divided into Pujiang and Linxi counties, which were under the jurisdiction of Yizhou (now Xichang). In 874, Pujiang and Linxi counties were returned to Qiongzhou. In the first year of Tang Wende (888), Qiongzhou, Shu, Li and Ya were divided into Yongping army, and Pujiang and Linxi counties belonged to Qiongzhou. Yongping army was abolished in 891, and Pujiang and Linxi counties belonged to Qiongzhou, Xichuan, Jiannan road.
During the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, Pujiang and Linxi successively belonged to the former Shu, later Tang and later Shu regimes along with Qiongzhou.
The Northern Song Dynasty changed "Dao" to "Lu", and implemented the three-level system of Lu, Fu (state, army, prison) and county. In 965, Pujiang and Linxi belonged to Linqiong County, Qiongzhou, Xichuan road. From the fifth year of Song Chunhua to the first year of Zhidao (1994-1995), Li Shun attacked Chengdu and established the "great Shu" regime. Pujiang and Linxi belonged to Linqiong County of Qiongzhou. In the fourth year of Xianping of Song Dynasty (1001), Sichuan is now divided into four roads: Yizhou, Zizhou, Lizhou and Kuizhou. Pujiang and Linxi belong to Yizhou road and Qiongzhou linqiongjun. In the same year, Huimin prison (cast iron money, directly under the prefecture collar) was set up in the west of Pujiang. In 1059, Yizhou road was changed to Chengdu Fu Road, and Pujiang and Huimin prison belonged to Chengdu Fu Road and Qiongzhou Linqiong county. In 1072, Linxi County was the town of Linqiong County, and its territory was merged into Pujiang, Huojing and Yizheng counties. In the third year of Jianyan (1129) of the Southern Song Dynasty, Huimin prison was stopped, and in the thirty first year of Shaoxing (1161), Huimin prison was restored, until the end of the Song Dynasty.
In the 12th year of the Yuan Dynasty (1275, the first year of Deyou in the Southern Song Dynasty), the yuan army captured Jiading (now Leshan) and established local power in southern Sichuan. In 1277, Pujiang belonged to Qiongzhou, jiadingfu road. In the 18th year of Zhiyuan Dynasty (1281), it was established as the provincial capital of Sichuan Province, and Pujiang belonged to Qiongzhou, jiadingfu Road, the provincial capital of Sichuan Province. In 1284, Pujiang County entered Qiongzhou. In 1362, Ming Yuzhen established "Daxia state" in Chongqing, and Pujiang belonged to Ming Yuzhen Daxia regime with Qiongzhou.
On December 18, the sixth year of Hongwu in the Ming Dynasty, Pujiang County was restored to Jiading Prefecture. In the ninth year of Hongwu (1376) of Ming Dynasty, Jiading Prefecture was reduced to a prefecture, and Pujiang County still belonged to it. In February 1483, Pujiang County belonged to Qiongzhou, Sichuan Province.
In 1644, Zhang Xianzhong, the leader of the peasant uprising in the first year of Shunzhi reign of the Qing Dynasty, established the Daxi regime under the control of Chengdu. In December of 1646, Zhang Xianzhong died and the political power of the Great West died. In 1652, Pujiang belonged to Qiongzhou (Zhili prefecture), Sichuan Province. In the seventh year of Jiaqing (1802) of the Qing Dynasty, the first level system of "Dao" was added above the government, prefecture, department and county. Five more Dao were added in Sichuan, and Pujiang belonged to Jianchang Dao (Daozhi Yazhou) and Qiongzhou. In 1908, Changdao was rebuilt as shangchuannan Road, which led Qiongzhou, Pujiang and Dayi counties.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the system of "Dao" was abolished and changed to three-level system of province, government (Department, prefecture) and county. Pujiang belonged to Qiongzhou, Sichuan Province. In 1913, it was changed into a three-level system of province, state and county. Sichuan was divided into seven states, with the state leading the county. Pujiang belongs to shangchuannan state of Sichuan Province. In 1914, Sichuan was divided into five roads, and Pujiang belonged to Jianchang road. In 1918, the warlords in Sichuan began to take charge of one side of each other, and they did not belong to each other. In 1928, the system of "Dao" was abolished and counties were directly under the provincial government. In 1935, the Warlord's separate regime ended, and Sichuan was divided into 18 administrative supervision districts and Xikang administrative supervision district. The fourth administrative supervision district (governing Meishan County) leads Meishan, Qionglai, Pujiang and other 10 counties.
After the founding of the people's Republic of China, Pujiang County was liberated on December 19, 1949. In 1950, the Central People's government decided to divide Sichuan into four administrative districts, namely, Western Sichuan, Eastern Sichuan, southern Sichuan and Northern Sichuan, under which there is the office of the district administrative inspector general; Pujiang County belongs to Meishan District of Western Sichuan. On September 1, 1952, four administrative districts in Sichuan were abolished, and the organizational system of Sichuan Province was restored. In October of the same year, the office of the district administrative inspector was changed to the office of the district commissioner, and Pujiang County belonged to Meishan District of Sichuan Province.
On March 10, 1953, Meishan district was abolished and Qionglai, Pujiang, Xinjin and Mingshan counties were assigned to Wenjiang District.
On April 29, 1960, Pujiang County was abolished, and its administrative region was assigned to Qionglai county.
On October 20, 1962, the State Council approved the restoration of Pujiang County, which still belongs to Wenjiang District.
In September 1968, the "special district" was changed to "district", and Pujiang County was changed to a "district".
In 1983, Wenjiang District was abolished and Pujiang County was put under the jurisdiction of Chengdu City.
In 1997, Pujiang County, with an area of 582.9 square kilometers and a population of 252000, governed 9 towns and 10 townships. The county government is located in Heshan Town.
In 1999, Pujiang County governed 10 towns and 9 townships: Heshan Town, Shouan Town, Datang Town, Tianhua Town, Xilai Town, Daxing Town, Ganxi Town, Wuxing Town, Chaoyang Lake Town, Chengjia town; Fuxing Town, Xinan town, Guangming town, Baiyun Town, Shoumin Town, Changqiu Town, Songhua Town, Dunhou Town, Gaoqiao Town.
On August 26, 2004, two towns of Tianhua and Wuxing and five townships of Songhua, Dunhou, Shoumin, Xinan and Gaoqiao were abolished. The administrative areas of shizishu, Dalin and pangou villages in the former Tianhua Town, Xinan Township and Gaoqiao Township were merged into Heshan Town. The former administrative regions of Wuxing Town, Songhua Township and Shoumin Township were merged into Shouan town. The administrative regions of Guihua, Douyan, Yucai and Datian villages in Dunhou Township and Gaoqiao Township were merged into Xilai town. The former administrative region of shalou village in Daxing town was merged into Chengjia town. The administrative areas of Yulong and Qiqiao villages in Gaoqiao Township were merged into Daxing town.
In 2004, there were 19 community committees and 192 village committees with an area of 579 square kilometers and a population density of 443 people / square kilometers.
In 2012, Pujiang County had 12 townships, 107 administrative villages and 25 communities.
In 2013, Heshan Town was abolished and Heshan street was established.
On December 24, 2019, Guangming township will be abolished, and the former administrative region of Guangming township will be under the jurisdiction of Heshan street; Changqiu Township and Shouan town will be abolished, and Shouan Street will be established; Fuxing Township and Baiyun township will be abolished, and the former administrative region of Fuxing township will be under the jurisdiction of Xilai Town, and the former administrative region of Baiyun township will be under the jurisdiction of Chaoyang lake town.
By 2019, Pujiang County has jurisdiction over two streets（
Chinese PinYin : Si Chuan Sheng Cheng Dou Shi Pu Jiang Xian
Pujiang County, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province
Release Time:2022-01-31 10:47:34
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