Gangneung-gun: It was originally a She-gun of the Chu Kingdom in the Spring and Autumn Period, and was set up in Gangneung County during the Han Dynasty as the South County Office. During the Northern and Southern Dynasties , Qi was reorganized in Jiangling County, where it was governed in Jiangling (now Jiangling, Hubei). At that time, its jurisdiction was in Jiangling County, Hubei Province, and eastern Sichuan. Xinping County: Xinping County is located in Xinping County, north of the Sui Dynasty.
Chu (Chǔ) surname originated
1. Derived from the surname of Xi , from the fiefdom of Xiongyi, the great-grandson of Xiong Xiong, the descendant of Gaoyang by Emperor Zhou Cheng . 2. Derived from the surname of Ji , from Ji Linchu , a doctor of Lu State in the Spring and Autumn Period, belonging to the ancestor's name. 3. It originated from the change of surname. It came from the clan minister Suiliang during the Tang Dynasty . 4. Originated from the surname of Ji, from Chu Long, the family member of Zhao Xiangzi, a doctor of the Jin Dynasty , in the Spring and Autumn Period, and belongs to the ancestor's name. 5. Originated from the Mongolian ethnic group , and belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the surname. 6. Originating from the Manchu , belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the clan. 7. Originated from the Dai nationality , and belongs to the Han nationality and changed the surname to the family name. 8. Originated from other ethnic minorities, and belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the last name. 9. According to legend, the Chu family originated from the ancient sage Chu Lao.
AncestorXiong Yi. The founder of the Chu Kingdom of the Western Zhou Dynasty , the King of Wen, the great-grandson of Xiong, a descendant of Xiong Ying. At the beginning of the week, the Xiong Ying clan helped the prince Wu Geng to rebel against Zhou. After failure, he was forced to go south and set Jingshan (now Nanzhang, Hubei) as a base, with another plan for development. When Xiong Yi was born, Cheng Wangnian and Xiong Xiong's achievements sealed his capital in Danyang, the country name Jing, and his son. Later, he moved his capital to Yu and began to change his country name to Chu. Chu was the largest vassal state in the South during the Eastern Zhou Dynasty and was once very powerful. Chu was destroyed in the Qin Dynasty in the late Warring States Period. Later generations were descended to commemorate their homeland. There were those who used the country as their clan and called the surname of Chu.
The main hall names of the Chu surname are: "Bingde Hall", "Jiangling Hall", "Gang Jie Hall", "Zizhi Hall", "Listening Snow Hall" and so on.
Clan characteristics1. During the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Period, the ancestors of Chu once performed well, but died after the Qin Dynasty, but suddenly disappeared. It can be said that the Chu surname had been relatively quiet before the Song Dynasty.