Yifeng County Yifeng County, under Yichun City, Jiangxi Province, is located in the south foot of the middle section of Jiuling mountains in Northwest Jiangxi Province. Yifeng county is adjacent to Gao'an city in the East, Shanggao County in the south, Wanzai County in the West and Tonggu County in the northwest. It borders Xiushui county and Fengxin County in the north, with a total area of 1935 square kilometers. By the end of 2018, there were 5 townships, 7 towns, 2 reclamation farms, 2 forest farms, 207 village committees and 1797 villager groups in Yifeng County, with a population of 299800.
Yifeng county was built during the reign of Emperor Wu of the Three Kingdoms (222-229). The five southern Chan sects of Chinese Buddhism, caodong sect and Linji sect, originated in Dongshan and Huangbo mountain. Tianbao ancient village in Yifeng is a famous historical and cultural village in China. Yifeng has been rated as "civilized county of Jiangxi Province" for three consecutive times, and won the title of "national civilized city nomination city" in 2015. Yifeng county is located in the middle subtropical warm and humid climate zone, with an annual average temperature of 17.2 ℃. The forest coverage rate of Yifeng county is 71.9%, with a forest area of 2.038 million mu, a bamboo forest area of 840 thousand mu, and a live bamboo stock of 120 million, ranking third in China and first in the province. It is the hometown of bamboo in China.
In 2019, Yifeng county achieved a GDP of 14.859 billion yuan and a fiscal revenue of 2.08 billion yuan; in March 2019, Yifeng county was listed in the list of counties for the protection and utilization of revolutionary cultural relics (the first batch).
In November 2020, it will be selected as "the sixth national civilized city".
During the spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period, Yifeng belonged to Wu, Yue and Chu, and Qin to Jiujiang county. Yuzhang county was set up in Gaozu of Han Dynasty and built into a county, which belongs to Yifeng. During the reign of Emperor Ling of the Eastern Han Dynasty (184-189), Shangcai County was built and added. Yifengdi was divided into two counties.
During the reign of Emperor Wu of the Three Kingdoms (222-229), Yifeng county and YangLe county were built for the first time by Shangcai. During the reign of emperor Xiaowu of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (376-396), Yifeng entered Wangcai (renamed from Shangcai).
In the early days of emperor Liang Wu (502-549), Yifeng county was restored and still belonged to Yuzhang County of Yangzhou; in the ninth year of Emperor Wen of Sui Dynasty (589), Yifeng, Wangcai and Kangle (renamed from YangLe) were merged into a county.
In 622, the five counties of Yifeng, Wangcai, YangLe, Huayang and Gao'an were built, belonging to Jingzhou, the general manager of Hongzhou; in 625, Yifeng, Wangcai, YangLe and Huayang were merged into Gao'an, belonging to Hongzhou, the governor of Hongzhou; in 952, Gao'an was added to Shanggao county. Yanbu town was also established in Yifeng, which is still Gaoan county. Today, Yifeng belongs to Gaoan and Shanggao counties of Junzhou.
In the sixth year of Taiping's rejuvenation of the country (981), Emperor Taizong of the Song Dynasty "took Gaoan as an example to manage 14572 households. Today, it is divided into seven townships, including Taiping, where 4796 households are located in Xinchang County.". Xinchang is the name of Xinchang. In Song Dynasty, Xinchang County successively belonged to Junzhou, Gaoan and Ruizhou of Jiangnan Road, Jiangnan West Road and Ezhou road.
In the first year of Yuanzhen (1295), Xinchang County was promoted to Xinchang Prefecture; at the end of the Yuan Dynasty, Yifeng was occupied by Xu Shouhui and Chen Youliang; in the fifth year of Hongwu (1372), Xinchang Prefecture was changed to Xinchang County, which belonged to Ruizhou Prefecture of Jiangxi Province; in the ninth year of Hongwu (1376), Jiangxi Province was renamed as Chengxuan political envoy of Jiangxi Province, and Xinchang County was subordinate to Chengxuan political envoy of Jiangxi Province.
In the second year of the Republic of China (1913), Jiangxi Province was divided into four roads, Xinchang County belonged to Luling road; in the third year of the Republic of China (1914), Xinchang County was renamed Yifeng County; in the 15th year of the Republic of China (1926), Jiangxi Province withdrew the road, and Yifeng county was directly under the jurisdiction of Jiangxi Province.
On July 15, 1949, Yifeng county was liberated. Yifeng county belongs to Yuanzhou District of Jiangxi Province. In 1952, Yuanzhou district was merged into Nanchang District, and Yifeng was attached to Nanchang district.
On June 23, 1956, dengkeng village, which was designated as Guanqiao District of Gaoxian County, came under the jurisdiction of Yonghe Township, Tangpu District, Yifeng county.
On January 1, 1959, Nanchang district was renamed Yichun District, and the special office was moved from Nanchang to Yichun.
In 2000, Yichun was established as a city, and Yifeng county was subordinate to Yichun city.
In 981, Xinchang County was divided into seven townships: Taihe, Tianbao, Guangxian, Tiande, Taiping, Yijun and Xuanfeng. Among them, Tiande, Taiping, Yijun and Xuanfeng were classified from Gao'an and Shanggao respectively.
In the first year of Yuanzhen (1295), Xinchang County governed eight townships: Tiande, Taihe, Yijun, Tianbao, Xuanfeng, Guangxian, Xin'an and Taiping. There are 578 communes in Fengxian County, and the county is divided into northeast and southwest.
In Ming Dynasty, she was changed into a map, and Fenyi Fengxian was 123.
In the Qing Dynasty, Fengxian was divided into eight townships, 41 capitals, 123 maps and two corners of the county.
In 1930, Yifeng county was divided into seven districts, 214 townships, 7054lu and 35274 neighborhoods. In March 1932, Yifeng county was divided into eight districts, 271bao and 2710a based on Laoba township. In November 1933, Jiangxi Province established eight special districts, which divided the parts of jintanshan town and Tianbao, Tongan and Huaqiao townships, and connected them with Xiushui Some areas of Tonggu and Fengxin counties have set up special areas for bridge finding. In February of the following year, the Political Bureau of the special region set up its office in Wanshougong, Tanshan, and moved to huamenlou, Hantang in May. In April of the 24th year of the Republic of China (1935), the special region for finding bridges was abolished and the system was returned. In August, Yifeng county was divided into four districts, 30 Baolian, 223bao, and 2356a. In February of the 28th year of the Republic of China (1939), Baolian was renamed as a township. In December of the 30th year of the Republic of China (1941), all district offices were abolished and the township was directly under the jurisdiction of the county In February 1947, Yifeng county was divided into 13 townships, 1 town, 160 Bao and 1504a. The township names are as follows: Yanbu Town, Xuliang Township, Hetang Township, Xinmin Township, Tangpu Township, Tiande Township, Taiping Township, Xinhui Township, Qingkai Township, Shuangku Township, Huanggang Township, Fangxi Township, Xuanhua Township and Fengde township.
In December 1949, Yifeng county was divided into five districts and 34 administrative villages.
In July 1951, Yifeng county was divided into Chengguan District, Xinhe District, Tangpu District, Tanshan District, Fangxi District, Xuanfeng District, 6 districts, 72 townships and 2 streets, with constituencies under townships.
In 1956, Yifeng County withdrew its districts and merged into townships, which were divided into Qiaoxi, Leishen, Liangtian, aoqiao, Chengtang, Yingtang, Jiangzhou, Tangpu, Xinzhuang, Huaqiao, Tong'an, Tianbao, Tanshan, Shiqiao, Shuangfeng, Fangxi, Sancun, Gangkou, Huanggang, Huatian, Liaoshi, langyuan, Xingxi 23 townships and Xinchang Town, with 172 senior agricultural production cooperatives.
In January 1957, the organizational system of Tangpu, Fangxi and Tanshan districts was restored: Tangpu District governs Tangpu, Jiangzhou, Xinzhuang, Huaqiao, Tong'an and Chengtang townships; Fangxi District governs Fangxi, Sancun, Huatian, Huanggang and Gangkou townships; Tanshan District governs Tianbao, Tanshan, Shiqiao and Shuangfeng townships; the other townships are directly under the jurisdiction of the county; on December 7, the above three districts were abolished and the township directly under the jurisdiction of the county.
On September 1, 1958, the state-owned huanggangshan reclamation farm was merged with Yifeng county to implement the policy of "one county site". On September 9, guyangzhai farm and Shiqiao Township were merged into guyangzhai branch of huanggangshan farm. Subsequently, aoqiao, Huaqiao, Tong'an, Tianbao, Tanshan, Shuangfeng, Huanggang, Gangkou, Leishen, Fangxi and other townships also became the sub farms of huanggangshan reclamation farm, implementing the integration of Township, sub farm and people's commune. Other townships such as Tangpu, Xinchang, Liangtian, Yingtang, Jiangzhou, Xinzhuang and Xianfeng all set up people's communes to integrate villages and communities. Under the commune, there are production brigades (renamed senior agricultural production cooperatives) and production brigades. In March 1959, the pre hospital branch was added. In December, it was decided to cancel the Leishen branch because it was located in the flooded area of Beimen reservoir.
On April 1, 1960, Yifeng County expanded its communes and merged them into Xinchang commune; aoqiao commune, Chengtang commune and Yingtang commune were merged into Chengtang commune; Tangpu commune, Jiangzhou commune and Xinzhuang commune were merged into Tangpu commune; Huaqiao commune and Tong'an commune were merged into Huaqiao commune; Tianbao commune, Tanshan commune, Shuangfeng commune and guyangzhai commune were merged into Tanshan commune Huanggang branch and Gangkou branch were merged into Huanggang branch; Fangxi branch was renamed commune, which was disconnected from the reclamation farm; Xianfeng branch and Qianyuan branch remained unchanged. At the end of the year, there were 271 production teams and 1436 production teams in Yifeng county.
In June 1961, huanggangshan reclamation farm was put under the provincial administration. In September, two districts, huanggangshan and shihuajian, were set up to implement two brands and one set of people with huanggangshan and shihuajian respectively. At the same time, adjust the team size: Tanshan sub field is divided into five sub fields: Lanxi, Tianbao, Tanshan, Shiqiao and Shuangfeng, which are still under the jurisdiction of Huanggang mountain; Huanggang sub field is divided into Huanggang and Gangkou sub fields, which are also under the jurisdiction of shihuajian district; Huaqiao sub field is divided into Huaqiao and Tong'an communes, which are decoupled from Huanggang mountain Feng commune is divided into Liaoshi commune and Shishi commune; Xinchang commune is divided into Liangtian commune, Xinchang commune, Qiaoxi commune and Beimen commune; Tangpu commune is divided into Tangpu commune, Jiangzhou commune and Xinzhuang commune; Chengtang commune is divided into Chengtang commune, aoqiao commune and Yingtang commune; Fangxi commune is unchanged.
In February 1963, Xinchang commune was divided into Xinchang Town and Guifeng commune.
In August 1965, the establishment of huanggangshan and shihuajian districts was abolished, and the branches under the jurisdiction of the two districts were still linked with the reclamation farms.
On November 28, 1968, the Yichun District Revolutionary Committee established Xushi, the former Shanggao county
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