`` Bear '' Origin
1. From the descendants of Huangdi . According to "Shiben", "Differentiation of Surnames of Ancient and Modern Surnames" and "Yuanhe Surname Compilation", the grandson of the seventh emperor of the Yellow Emperor has Jilian, who is a surname, and his descendants are bearbearers. He is the teacher of Zhouwen King and great-grandson Xiongyi. The Kingdom of Chu is based on the word of the father. 2. After Huang Di had Xiong's . According to "Yuanhe Surname Compilation", it is said that Huang Di was born in Shouqiu, grew longer than Jishui, and resided in Xuanyuan Hill. It was originally built in Danyang (now Guigui Southeast of Hubei). Person, called Xiong surname .
Xiong Ansheng: Confucian classics scholar, one of the representative figures of Beixue, Zhi Zhizhi, is from Changle Fucheng (now Fucheng East, Hebei Province). He passed the Five Classics and refined the "three rites". Later in the Northern Zhou Dynasty , the first year of Emperor Wu Xuanzheng (AD 578), Dr. Gong Lumen. He died shortly after. He followed the Eastern Han Confucian classics and said that he wrote "Zhou Li", "Book of Rites", and "Filial Scripture", all of which are sparse. Qing · Ma Guohan's "Yuhan Mountain House Collection of Books" has four volumes of "Book of Rites Xiong Shiyi Shu".
Xiong Tingxiong: a man from Minghu Guangjiangxia (now Wuchang, Hubei Province), flying hundreds of words, Jinli scholars . In the forty-seven years of Wanli (1619), the right minister of the Ministry of War served as Liaodong governor. He summoned exile, purged military orders, trained troops, and strengthened defense. After serving more than one year, the Jin army did not dare to attack. Emperor Mingzong ascended the throne, Wei Zhongxian had the power, and he was excluded from office. In the first year of the Apocalypse (1621), Liaoyang and Shenyang lost their positions, and then re-appointed managers, who were at odds with the governor Wang Huazhen. The following year Wang Bing defeated and retreated, and he retreated into the same place, and then killed Wei Zhongxian unjustly.
Xiong Damu: Jianyang, Fujian, editor and publisher of popular novels of the Ming Dynasty . Compiled popular novels such as "Biography of the Whole Han", "Biography of the Tang Book", "Sequel to the Song", "The Romance of the Yang Family" and other popular novels. The epic poetry is unique and quite novel.