Xinjin District Xinjin District, under the jurisdiction of Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, is located in the south of Chengdu City. Named from the Northern Zhou Dynasty, Xinjin is one of the birthplaces of ancient Shu civilization in Chengdu Plain. It is a member of the demonstration area of Chengdu Chongqing dual city economic circle and the South Gate of Chengdu. It is adjacent to Shuangliu District in the East, Pengshan District of Meishan City in the south, Qionglai city in the west, Dayi County and Chongzhou city in the north, with an administrative area of 330 square kilometers, four streets and four towns, and a permanent resident population of 370000 in 2019; Huayuan street in the North is 19 kilometers away from Chengdu City and 10 kilometers away from Southwest Airport.
Xinjin won the title of "top ten counties in Sichuan Province" from 2008, 2009, 2012 to 2016. In October 2018, Xinjin district was selected as one of the top 100 counties and cities with national investment potential, one of the top 100 counties and cities with national green development in 2018, and one of the top 100 counties and cities with national new urbanization quality. In December 2018, it was selected as one of the top 100 county economic investment potential in China. It was selected as one of the top 100 new urbanization quality counties in China in 2019. Top 100 counties and cities in Western China in 2019. On June 19, 2020, the official website of Sichuan provincial government announced the reply of Sichuan Provincial People's Government on agreeing to cancel Xinjin County and establish Xinjin District of Chengdu City. On June 30, Xinjin District of Chengdu was officially listed.
In 2019, the GDP of Xinjin district will reach 37.472 billion yuan, an increase of 8.6% over the previous year. Among them, the added value of primary industry was 2.148 billion yuan, an increase of 3.0%; the added value of secondary industry was 15.919 billion yuan, an increase of 7.6%; the added value of tertiary industry was 19.405 billion yuan, an increase of 10.5%. On November 17, 2020, it won the 2020 China building economic investment highland city award.
Evolution of organizational system
In the autumn of the fifth year of King Shenliang of Zhou Dynasty (316 BC), the Qin Dynasty destroyed Shu and Xinjin was the territory of Qin. In the thirtieth year of King Nan of Zhou Dynasty (285 BC), Xinjin belonged to Shu county. Qin destroyed the six states and divided the world into 36 counties. Shu county was one of them, Xinjin still belonged to Shu county.
Qianwei county was established in the sixth year of Jianyuan (135 BC) of Emperor Wu of Han Dynasty, and Xinjin Prefecture belongs to Qianwei county. In the second year of Yuanding (115 BC), Wuyang county (now in Pengshan) was set up, belonging to Qianwei County, and Xinjin County belongs to Wuyang county.
In the 21th year of Jian'an (216), Li Yan, the governor of Qianwei County, chiseled tiansheshan and opened a new ferry to connect Chengdu Plain and Meijia plain, replacing the old ferry of Han'an bridge. Therefore, zaoli River, Wenjing River and bupu River are collectively called Xinjin. Since then, Xinjin has become increasingly prosperous, creating conditions for the construction of the county.
In the Eastern Han Dynasty, the Three Kingdoms, the Jin Dynasty and the Liu Song Dynasty, Qianwei county was reduced in the past five hundred years, and the county governance remained unchanged in Wuyang county. Xinjin belonged to Wuyang and belonged to Yizhou.
During the reign of emperor Gao of Xiaoqi (479-482), the reign of Qianwei county was transferred to Bodao, and Xinjin was still the land of Wuyang county. In 544, Emperor Xiaoliang changed Qianwei county (South) to Rongzhou, and changed Wuyang county to Qianwei county. At that time, Jiangzhou was set up in the north of Qianwei county to lead Qianwei county. Xinjin is Qianwei County, belonging to Jiangzhou and Yizhou.
In the first year of emperor Xiaomin of the Northern Zhou Dynasty (557), Xinjin County was set up in the north of Longshan County. The county is also named "Xinjin County" because of "xindukou". Liumenshui county (now near denggongchang). Qianwei Junzhi (Qiaozhi) also moved here. Qianwei County originally only led Bodao county (Bodao County, where the overseas Chinese of the Western Wei Dynasty were located 30 Li south of Jinyuan County in Jiangyuan county). At this time, it led Xinjin and Bodao counties and was subordinate to the general manager's office of Yizhou.
In the ninth year of Emperor Wen of Sui Dynasty (589), he learned all the counties in the world. Qianwei county was abolished, Shu county was changed into Yizhou and Chengdu was ruled. Xinjin and Bodao counties were transferred to Yizhou. Daye three years (say Daye two years), and abandoned the state, changed the state to county. Yizhou became Shu county again. Bodao county was abandoned and entered Xinjin (although Bodao was set up by overseas Chinese, it actually had a place with 30 Li in the south of Jinyuan County as the center and 20 or 30 Li nearby). Xinjin was under the jurisdiction of Shu county. The county government moved from liumenshui to Bashang on the East Bank of zaoli River (today's Jinma River), which is now Wujin Town Airport.
In 618, the first year of Wude in Tang Dynasty, the world was divided into ten roads, and the roads were divided into prefectures and counties. Jiannan road is located in the west of Sichuan, and Shu county is changed to Yizhou. Xinjin belongs to Yizhou and is subordinate to Jiannan road.
In 686, it was divided into Yizhou, Shu, Peng and Han. Xinjin belongs to Shuzhou (the state is governed by Chongzhou city today), and is subordinate to Jiannan road. The county government moved from the East Bank of zaoli River to the North Bank of Nanhe River, which is now Wuyang town.
In the first year of Tang Tianbao (742), the state was changed into a county, and Shuzhou was called Tang'an county. Xinjin belongs to Tang'an county. In the second year of Zhide (757), Jiannan road was divided into Dongchuan and Xichuan, and Tang'an county was changed into Shuzhou. Xinjin belonged to Shuzhou and belonged to Xichuan.
In the third year of Qiande (965), Emperor Taizu of Song Dynasty, he changed his way to the road and "set up Xichuan road in Shu". Xinjin is a part of Shuzhou and a branch of Xichuan road. In the fourth year of Xianping (1001), Sichuan was divided into four roads: Yi, Li, Zi and Kui. Xinjin belongs to Shuzhou and Yizhou road. In 1118, Huizong changed Yizhou road to Chengdu Fu Road. Xinjin belongs to Shuzhou and Chengdu Fu Road. In the 10th year of Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty (1140), Shuzhou was promoted to Chongqing Prefecture, belonging to Chengdu Fu Road. Xinjin belongs to Chongqing Prefecture and Chengdu Fu Road.
In the first year of emperor Shizong's Zhongtong (1260), Zhongshu province was established in Dadu (Beijing), and it was set up in various places to act as the central authority. Its system is to unify roads by provinces, prefectures by roads, and counties by prefectures and prefectures. In the third year of Zhongtong (1262), Shaanxi Province and Sichuan Province were established. In the 18th year of Zhiyuan Dynasty (1281), Sichuan Province was divided, and Chengdu Road was changed to Chengdu Road in Song Dynasty. Xinjin belongs to Chongqing Prefecture and Chengdu Road. In the 20th year of Zhiyuan (1283), Chongqing Prefecture was descended to Chongqing Prefecture. Xinjin belonged to Chongqing Prefecture and was subordinate to Chengdu Road. In the 23rd year of the Zhiyuan Dynasty, Sichuan Province was specially set up as the Provincial Library of Xingzhong, and Xinjin was under the same jurisdiction.
In the fourth year of Hongwu (1371), Emperor Taizu of the Ming Dynasty, he still set up Sichuan and other provinces in the middle of the line, and abandoned the road to save the government to unify the prefecture and county. In 1376, he was transferred to Zhongshu Province as the Minister of politics. It was led by the Sichuan provincial governor general to Chengdu and other prefectures 13, Zhili Prefecture 6, prefecture 15 and county 111, and Xinjin County was subordinate to Chongqing Prefecture and Chengdu Prefecture, which was unified in Sichuan provincial governor general.
In the early Qing Dynasty, Sichuan was still set up as the chief minister, with three levels of government, prefecture and county. Yongzheng three years (1725), chongqingzhou for the scattered (single) state, Xinjin Zhili in Chengdu.
In the sixth year of the reign of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (1667), Shuangliu was incorporated into Xinjin because of its vast territory and sparse population. " "Yongzheng eight years (1730), the restoration of Shuangliu, Xinjin as before."
In the seventh year of Jiaqing (1802), there were five branches in Sichuan Province, which were divided into prefectures, prefectures (departments) and counties. Xinjin was still directly under the Chengdu government and attached to longmao road in longmian. It was renamed Chuanxi road in the late Qing Dynasty.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the Qing Dynasty system was abolished, and the government and prefecture (Department) were set up to unify the county and subordinate to the province. Xinjin belongs to Chengdu Prefecture and Sichuan Province. In the second year of the Republic of China, the government and prefecture (Department) were abolished. Fuzhi road is divided into seven roads in Sichuan. In the third year of the Republic of China (1914), seven roads in Western Sichuan were replaced by five roads in Western Sichuan, with the road leading the county. Xinjin belongs to Xichuan road. In 1929, Daoism was abolished and the provincial and county system was implemented. In 1935, Sichuan Province was divided into 18 administrative supervision districts and Xikang administrative supervision district (hereinafter referred to as "special district"). Xinjin is the inspector of the first administrative supervision district (Wenjiang District), which is subordinate to Sichuan Province.
On October 1, 1949, the people's Republic of China was founded. On December 25 of the same year, Xinjin was liberated. Sichuan is divided into four administrative regions, namely, West Sichuan, East Sichuan, South Sichuan and North Sichuan. Xinjin County still belongs to Wenjiang District. In May 1950, it was changed to Meishan District, both of which belong to Western Sichuan administrative district.
At the beginning of 1953, Sichuan Province was reestablished, four administrative offices were abolished, and there were still special districts under the province. In March 1953, Meishan special district was abolished, and from March October, Xinjin was changed to Wenjiang special district. In the same year, Pengshan Qinglong township was from dongheba to yedianzi, and some areas were transferred to Xinjin County.
On July 1, 1960, with the approval of the State Council, Xinjin County was abolished and merged into Dayi County (Xinjin County and Dayi County co operated in June 1959). Chengguan town was renamed Xinjin town. On October 20, 1962, with the approval of the State Council, the organizational system of Xinjin County was officially restored (in April 1962, Xinjin and Dayi County were officially separated). Xinjin town was renamed Chengguan Town (renamed Wuyang town in 1980 and Wujin Town in 1992), which is still the seat of the county.
On March 3, 1983, the city was in charge of the county, the system of Wenjiang District was abolished, and Xinjin County was under the jurisdiction of Chengdu City.
On June 19, 2020, the official website of Sichuan provincial government announced the reply of Sichuan Provincial People's Government on agreeing to cancel Xinjin County and establish Xinjin District of Chengdu City. With the approval of the State Council, it is agreed to abolish Xinjin County and establish Xinjin District of Chengdu City. The former administrative region of Xinjin County is the administrative region of Xinjin District of Chengdu City. The people's Government of Xinjin district is located at No. 56, model street, Wujin street. On June 30, Xinjin District of Chengdu was officially listed.
In 1997, Xinjin County, with an area of 331 square kilometers and a population of 282000, governed 5 towns and 2 townships. The county government is located in Wujin Town.
In 1999, Xinjin County governed 10 towns and 4 townships: Wujin Town, Huaqiao Town, Jinhua Town, Xingyi Town, Anxi Town, Xinping Town, Yongshang Town, dengshuang Town, Puxing Town, Huayuan Town, Xingle Town, Longma Town, Huangdu town and Wenjing town.
In 2000, Xinjin County had jurisdiction over 11 towns and 5 townships.
In 2002, Xinjin County governs 12 towns and 4 townships.
On September 8, 2004, Huangdu, xingle, Longma and Wanhe were abolished
Chinese PinYin : Si Chuan Sheng Cheng Dou Shi Xin Jin Xian
Xinjin County, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province
Release Time:2022-01-31 10:47:35
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