Nanyang County, Henan.
`` White '' comes out
1. From your surname. After the emperor's descendant Sun Baigong won, he named Fengyi the clan. According to "Yuanhe Surname Compilation" and "Shanglonglu" and other materials, the emperor's descendant Lu Zhong married Gui Fang as his wife and gave birth to six sons. The sixth son was Ji Lian, and was given the surname Xi. Ji Lian's descendant Xiong Yi built the vassal state in Jingshan area, and set the capital to Danyang. In 740 BC, Jingjun Xiongtong proclaimed himself King of Wu. His son moved to the capital in 689 BC and changed his country to Chu. During King Chu Ping , Prince Edward was killed because of the Jin army's internal attack on Zheng Guo . Prince Xiong's son Xiong Sheng fled to Wu and went to Wu Zizhen . After Chu Pinggong's grandson, King Hui, was appointed, Chu Lingzi Xi recruited Xiong Sheng to return to China and became a doctor in the nest. He was sealed in Baiyi (now Baoxin Southeast, Xixian County, Henan Province) and called Baigongsheng. However, when the Jin state fell to Zheng, Zixi sent troops to rescue Zheng, Bai Gongsheng did not believe the truth in the Western language, launched a coup, killed Zixi, imprisoned Hui King, and set about reforming the government to win public support, but ended in failure. After he committed suicide, his descendants named the ancestor Fengyi, called Bai , and the Bai surname was Henan; some also named "Bai Gong" and "Bai Hou". 2. From the tribe. According to "Family Surname" and "Yuan Ming Bao", in ancient times, Emperor Yan, the leader of the Jiang surname tribe in northern China, had a minister named Bai Fu, who was proficient in water veins and contributed to dredging the waterways. His descendants took "Bai" as their surname and called it Bai. 3. From the place name. According to the "Summary of Surnames", in the state of Baizhou in Tang Dynasty (now in the Baibai County of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region), the people of the country referred to the land as the surname Bai. 4. From, his family changed or changed his surname.
Bai is a very typical multi-ethnic, multi-source surname group. It ranks 73rd on the surname list today, belonging to the big surname series, with a population of about 344,600, accounting for the total population of the country. About 0.22%. "White" has the meaning of purity, and also symbolizes the high purity of morality. The Bai clan must not be strict with themselves, use family rules and family discipline to deny self-discipline, and flow from generation to generation. The celebrities of Bai's celebrity have their own ancient history, the literary world is so handsome, "Ju Yi advocates writing and current affairs, Changqing concentrates on merit" as its portrayal. Despite his migration, Bai is still a typical northern surname . Bai's first originated in Shaanxi and Henan. During the Warring States Period, the Henan Bai Family (Bai Gongsheng) moved to Shaanxi and other places. According to reports, Bai Gongsheng's son first emigrated to the Qin Kingdom and developed and reproduced in Shaanxi today. During the Qin Dynasty, Qin Shihuang ruled the world, and Bai Zhong, the son of General Feng Qi , was in Taiyuan, Shanxi, and his descendants lived in Taiyuan. During the Wei, Jin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties , after Bai Zhong formed Taiyuan Junwang, and then moved to Hancheng and Weinan in Shaanxi; to Xiangyang in Hubei; and to Luoyang in Henan, all of which developed vigorously. After the Sui Dynasty, Bai had more fresh blood injections (as noted in "Finding the Roots and Tracing the Source"), which made Bai's family more flourishing. During the Tang dynasty, Bai Zhong descended from Bai Wen, moved to Xiayu, Huazhou (now northeast of Weinan, Shaanxi Province); Baiji lived in Zhengzhou (now Henan Province); Bai Ju's grandson was the Tang Dynasty poet Bai Juyi , and he lived in Luoyang (now Henan Province) Xiangshan is the first ancestor of the Bai family to move to Luo, and its descendants are scattered throughout Henan. In the Five Dynasties, Bai moved to Nanyang in ancient times, and later flourished and flourished, forming a local Wang tribe, and using "Nanyang" as the county Wangtang. During the Song and Yuan dynasties, Bai surnames migrated to the south in order to avoid gold and the Mongolian army. But overall, Bai is still dominated by the north. In the Ming Dynasty , Bai was one of the immigrant surnames of Shanxi Dahuai, and moved to Shandong, Hebei, Henan, Shaanxi, Beijing, Tianjin and other places. Beginning in the early Qing Dynasty, the surnames of Fujian and Guangdong have successively moved to Taiwan and moved overseas. The Bai surname is the 64th largest surname in Taiwan. Most of the Bai clan live in Taipei, Nantou, and Taichung. The ancestors of the Bai's Kaiji arrived in Taiwan in the late Ming Dynasty. In the early years of the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty (1736 AD), there were Baizusuns of Quanzhou, Lin Qinzong, Lin Zhong, and others who entered Penglai Hang, Deying Village, Wugu Township, Taipei County; during the Qing Jiaqing period (1796), there were also Quanzhou people Bai surnamed Shijie in Pinghu Village, Pingxi Township, Taipei County, and it has allowed Taiwan's Bai surname to multiply and develop from generation to generation. Today, Bai surnames are mostly from Sichuan, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Henan and other provinces. The population of these four provinces accounts for about 65% of the national Han surname. Surname Bai is the 73rd largest surname in China today, with a large population, accounting for about 0.29% of the Han population in China.