Xi'an, Shaanxi, Pingxiang County, Hebei
1. Originated from the surname of Ji , from the descendants of Qun Shu Kingdom sealed by King Zhou Wu of the early Western Zhou Dynasty. 2. Originating from his own name, from the Shu Kingdom of the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Period, it belongs to the name of Juyi. 3. Originated from the Mongolian ethnic group , and belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the surname. 4. Originating from Manchu , belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the clan. 5. Originated from other ethnic minorities, and belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the last name.
According to historical records, Xu State was destroyed by Shu in 557 BC, and in 5552 BC, Shu State was once again destroyed by Chu . Since then, the surname of Shu has been centered on Anhui Lujiang for a long time, and it has gradually flourished to become the largest county in the history of the surname--Lujiang. And the descendants of Shu surnamed gradually relocated in the hinterland of Chu at the time-now Hunan, Hubei area. The first emperor unified the six nations, and was soon destroyed by Gao Zu and Liu Bang . Qin and Han were all unified nations. When Chang'an (now Xi'an, Shaanxi) was the center of the country's politics, economy, and culture, Shu descendants moved to the area and gradually Prosperity prospered, because the place belonged to Jingzhao County for a long time, so the descendants of Shu Shu in the later generations named Jingzhao as their county Wangtang. In the future, most of the Shu names in the north originated from Jingzhao County, and later became one of the northern surnames. In the Eastern Han Dynasty , the surname Shu was only scattered in the annals of history. Among them, the brother of the Shao Brothers Shao of the Eastern Han Dynasty was Chen Liu (now Kaifeng, Henan). During the Three Kingdoms , Chen Liuren relocated to Jiangnan. During the Northern and Southern Dynasties of the Jin Dynasty, due to social turmoil, the surname of Shu who lived in Jiangnan gradually increased and merged with the surname of Shu who originally lived in the south, so that the surname of Shu began to become one of the big surnames in the south. At this time, Julu County Wang of the northern Shu name has also formed. At the time of the Sui and Tang Dynasties, the surname of Shu, which was seen in various historical books, gradually increased. The Anshi Rebellion in the Tang Dynasty and the Huang Chao Uprising further promoted the southward migration of Shu in the north. During the two Song dynasties, the surname of Shu was seen in the history books. From the place of origin of these historical celebrities, we can know that Shu's name has been relocated and reproduced in Zhejiang Dongyang, Cixi, Yuyao, Fenghua, Ninghai, Anhui's Jingde, Shenqiu, Jiangxi's Ji'an, Jing'an and other places. At the beginning of the Yuan Dynasty, many people in the south, including Fujian, Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangdong, Guangxi, and Sichuan, had activities of the surname Shu. In the early Ming Dynasty , as one of the surnames of the large locust tree in Hongdong in the Ming Dynasty, Shu was relocated to Hubei, Jiangsu, Anhui, Henan, Shandong and other places. Later in the middle of the Qing Dynasty, the surnames of Shu were more widely distributed, and they crossed the sea to Taiwan and broadcast overseas. Today, the surnames Shu are widely distributed throughout the country, especially in Sichuan, Hunan, Jiangxi, and Hubei. The surnames of the four provinces account for about 83% of the population of the surnames of the Han nationality in China . The Sur name is the 147th surname in China today, with a large population, accounting for about 0.076% of the Han population in China.