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Chang's

Distribution area

Taiyuan County, Shanxi Province, Nanchang County, Jiangxi Province.

Historical source

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Wū (姓) surname comes from two sources: 1. It comes from the surname of 妘, after the fourth son of Lu Wan in the Spring and Autumn Period, he named him Shi. According to the "Summary of Surnames", the surname of Xun originated from the fiefdom. During the Spring and Autumn Period, Lu Zhong's fourth son interceded and was sealed by Xun (in Yanshi City, Henan Province today). His descendants named the surname as the surname, called Chang's . 2. It was named after the surname of Yang , who was the family member of the Jin family doctor in the Spring and Autumn Period. According to the "Tongzhi Clan Profile": "After the Jin dynasty doctor sang Zang, he eats the yi, because he thinks it is a clan." (Closed), the world is known as Qiang Zang, and its descendants are named after the eup, forming the Ji family.

The ancestors with surnames: Sima Mimu and Zang Zang.

According to the "Manuscripts of Mingxian Clan Words and Deeds", "After the county's prefect Sima Mimo, he thought it was a clan." This Sima Mimu was also named in Zuo Qiuming's great historical book "Zuo Zhuan", which The book "Twenty-eight Years of Zhao" states: "Sima Mimu is a doctor." It can be seen that the ancestor of the surname was once a quite prominent figure in Jin State. "Tongzhi Clan Profile" said: "After the Jin dynasty husband sang Zang Yi, he thought that he was a clan." This Zang Zang, also a prince of Jin Dynasty, was eligible for Shiyi. According to these two records, the birthplace of the surname is the same, but there are two ancestors, and the time of obtaining the surname has also changed by hundreds of years. Who is the descendant of the surname who is from Sima Mimo? Passed from Zang Zang, although the truth is no longer testable and cannot be traced back to the source, no matter who is his true ancestor, the person with surname is still very proud to be proud of his surname, because the two The ancestors were all important figures of the Jin Dynasty. "Zuo Zhuan" also mentioned "Wang Quxun, Liu, Xun, Xun Zhitian Yu Zheng". According to the textual research, this 邬 地 belonging to Zheng Guo has nothing to do with the 邬 surnames of later generations, because this 邬 地 refers to a place in the southwest of Yanshi City, Henan Province, and the 邬 yi, Shanxi Province. A short distance. The descendants of the Clan family were Sima Mimu and Cang Zang as the ancestors of the Clan family.

Migration distribution

The Xing family name is not included in the top 100 of the 100 surnames on the mainland and Taiwan. According to the "Manuscripts of Mingxian Clan Words and Deeds", "After the county's prefect Sima Mimo, he thought it was a clan." This Sima Mimu was also named in Zuo Qiuming's great historical book "Zuo Zhuan". The book "Twenty-eight Years of Zhao" states: "Sima Mimu is a doctor." It can be seen that the ancestor of the surname was once a quite prominent figure in Jin State. "Tongzhi Clan Profile" said: "After the Jin dynasty husband sang Zang Yi, he thought that he was a clan." This Zang Zang, also a prince of Jin Dynasty, was eligible for Shiyi. According to these two records, the birthplace of the surname is the same, but there are two ancestors, and the time of obtaining the surname has also changed by hundreds of years. Who is the descendant of the surname who is from Sima Mimo? Passed from Zang Zang, although the truth is no longer testable and cannot be traced back to the source, no matter who is his true ancestor, the person with surname is still very proud to be proud of his surname, because the two The ancestors were all important figures of the Jin Dynasty.

"Zuo Zhuan" also mentioned "Wang Quxun, Liu, Xun, Xun Zhitian Yu Zheng". According to the textual research, this 邬 地 belongs to Zheng Guo has nothing to do with the 邬 surnames of later generations, because this 邬 地 refers to a place in the southwest of Yanshi County, Henan Province, and the Dongyi of Shanxi Province. Not short distance. The above is the source of the surname of surname with solid evidence to follow. In addition, according to the "Summary of Surnames", the origin of the Ji family can be traced back to the grandson Lu Zhong, the emperor 's grandson . This monograph on the study of surnames reads like this: "Guoyu" says that the fourth son of Lu Zhong is the surname of Dong, don't seal it, look out to Nanchang, Fuzhou, and Chongren. It turns out that the son of Emperor Di is Zhu Zhu Rong's , Lu Zhong is the son of Zhu Rong . Lu Zhong is an important figure in the origin of the Chinese nation. He gave birth to six sons in total, Kunwu, Cenhu, Pengzu, Laiyan, An, and Jilian. It has a wide variety and is one of the ancestors of Chinese surnames . For example, Su, Gu, Wen, Dong and other surnames are descendants of the oldest Kunwu; Qian, Tian, Peng and other surnames are passed down from the oldest Pengzu; Since Laowu; in the Spring and Autumn Period, the surname of Chu State originated from Lao Liuji. And if the surname is really the descendant of the fourth son, then it is clear that the surnames are the same blood family. According to the "Summary of Surnames", the Clan was later reproduced mainly in Nanchang, Fuzhou and Chongren. Nanchang, which is now the capital of Jiangxi, Nanchang, Fuzhou and Chongren, are also in the territory of Jiangxi Province. It can be seen that the Spring and Autumn Period originated from the Shan family in Shanxi. By the Han Dynasty , it had been relocated to all parts of Jiangxi south of the Yangtze River, and was in Prosperity grows here.

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Wu Kunru: Contemporary scholar. scholar. Born in Longchuan, Guangdong Province. Graduated from the Philosophy Department of Taiwan University. Master of Theology, Silverburg University, Austria. Doctor of Philosophy, University of Munich, Germany. After returning to Taiwan, he taught at the Taiwan University, Fu Jen University, Chinese Culture University, and the Political Research Institute of the Political Combat School. He taught philosophy, and is an adjunct professor of theology at the Taiwan Theological Seminary and a fellow at the "Chinese Academy of Sciences." He went to West Germany for further studies in 1977 to study comparative cultural philosophy. Author of "History of Western Philosophy", " Zhuangzi and Tao in Ancient Greek Philosophy", "Phenomena Essays", "Existential Essays", "Existential Truth", "History of Western Philosophy", "The Way Out of Thought" , "Philosophy and Speculation", "Intermediate Philosophical Talk", "New Philosophy of Life", "Existential Essays" and more than 10 Chinese and German documents, and Chinese, German, and English papers such as "Differences and Similarities between Chinese and Western Philosophy" More than 3 million words.

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