Leting, Hebei Province, Daling River, Liaoning Province
1. From the surname of Ji , there is Xiang Guo in the Zhou Dynasty , and it is located in the Xiangcheng area of Henan Province today. Xiang Guo was a vassal state with the same surname (Ji surname) of the Zhou Dynasty. It was destroyed by the Chu State in 647 BC. 2, from the surname of Xun, descended from the Chu family. During the Spring and Autumn Period, the son of the Chu State, Yan, was sealed in Xiangcheng (now Xiangcheng County, Henan Province), and Xiangguo was established. Later, Xiang Guo was destroyed by Qi , and his children and grandchildren named his name "Xiang" and named Xiang .
Among the many surnames, the origin of the Xiang surname is relatively single. According to historical records, the Xiang surname originates from the Xun surname. In the Spring and Autumn Period, the son of the Chu State, Yan, was originally a descendant of the royal family. He was sealed in Xiangdi for his work, and the kingdom was established under the name of the sealed land. In 647 BC, this small country was destroyed by the Qi Gong . Since then, people who live in Xiangguo have the surname as Xiangguo. According to "Guangyun" records, although the Xiang family name originated from the family name, the ancestor of the family name was originally the descendant of King Zhou Wen's Ji. Therefore, the origin of the family name is derived from the descendants of Family Ji. Xiang's surname did not enter the top 100 surnames on the mainland or in Taiwan. Xiang surname later developed into the Wang nationality in the Liaoxi Kingdom, known as Liaoxi Wang. The Xiang family name is a relatively common family name today, with a wide distribution, accounting for about 0.06% of the Han population nationwide, ranking 163rd. Especially in Hunan, Zhejiang, Hubei, Guizhou and other provinces, the surnames in the four provinces account for about 74% of the nation's population.