Junwang: There is a record in " Hundreds of Surnames in the Jun": Yunyi looks out of Chenliu County. "Summary of Surnames" records: looking out Chen Liu, Henan, Shanyang. 1. Chen Liu: Emperor Qin Shihuang settled Chenliu County, and Han Dynasty changed to Chenliu County. In the Kaifeng area of Henan Province today. 2. Henan County: Henkel County. In Luoyang City, Henan Province today. 3. Shanyang County: Shanyang County in the Western Han Dynasty was in Jinxiang County, Shandong Province today; Shanyang County in the Eastern Jin Dynasty was in Huaian City, Jiangsu Province.
The first origin: originated from the Yiqi family , from the ancient emperor Tang Yao , belonging to the family name of Juyi. According to legend, the ancient emperor Tang Yao was born in Yiqishan (now Shunping, Hebei). When he was born, he was fostered in the house of Changhou, Yihou. Therefore, he was called Yiqi. Another said that Emperor Yao was born near Yishui. In honor of his birthplace, his surname is Yi . Among Yao's descendants, some people have inherited Yi's family and have been passed down from generation to generation. The second source: It is derived from the surname of Xun, after Yi Yin , the minister of Shang Dynasty , belonging to the name of Juyi. The third source: originated from official positions, from the official Yi Yi in the Western Zhou Dynasty, belonging to the official title. The fourth origin: originated from the Xianbei ethnic group, from the Xianbei Tuoba Department of the Northern and Southern Dynasties , and belongs to the Han Dynasty and changed its surname to the clan. The fifth source: It is from the Hui nationality , and belongs to the Han Dynasty and changed its surname to the clan. According to the classic "The Theory of the Muslim Nation": "The surname of Yisi Mayi is Yi". The sixth source: Originated from the Oroqen ethnic group , it belongs to the Han Dynasty and changed its surname to the family name. The seventh origin: originated from the Mongolian ethnic group , belongs to the Han Dynasty and changed its surname to the clan.
The Yi family name originated from the Yishui Basin in Henan Province. It was active in the Central Plains in the early Han Dynasty. During the Han and Tang Dynasties, there were Yi traces in Shandong and Shanxi. Since the Song Dynasty, it has been distributed in Shandong, Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing, Jiangsu, Fujian, Guangdong, Yunnan and Northeast China. Although the surname of Yi is not large, it is widely distributed, especially in Hebei. At present, the population of the surname of Yi does not enter the top 300 in the country.
"Ren Shengtang" (Ren, Xinye): Yi Yin Xiang Tang, cutting down to save the people, taking the world as his duty. Mencius called him "the Holy One" (the most believer among saints. He made liberating the world his own business).