Tianyang District, belonging to Baise City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of the people's Republic of China, is located in the west of Guangxi and the middle of Youjiang River Valley, with a total area of 2394 square kilometers. By the end of 2018, there were 328000 permanent residents in Tianyang District, 90% of whom were Zhuang. As of 2018, Tianyang district has nine towns and one Township, and the district government is located at 42-1 Jiefang Middle Road, Tianzhou town.
Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty set ZengShi county (now Tianyang District) as the state of Nanyue. In August 2019, the State Council agreed to abolish Tianyang County and establish Tianyang District of Baise City. Tianyang district is located in low latitude, close to the Tropic of cancer. It belongs to the south subtropical monsoon climate. It has warm winter and long summer, sufficient light and rich heat. The annual average temperature is 18 ~ 22 ℃, and the annual frost free period is 307 ~ 352 days.
In 2018, the GDP of Tianyang district was 15.8 billion yuan. The investment in fixed assets is 10.7 billion yuan, the total industrial output value is 20.7 billion yuan, and the total retail sales of social consumer goods is 3.126 billion yuan. The proportion of industrial structure was 19:57:24, and the proportion of tertiary industry increased by 5 percentage points over the previous year.
On April 24, 2019, the people's Government of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region issued a notice officially approving Tianyang County to withdraw from the poverty-stricken county sequence. In March 2019, Tianyang district was selected into the list of the first batch of counties for the protection and utilization of revolutionary cultural relics. On September 20, 2019, Tianyang District won the honorary title of national greening model unit.
Tianyang County, ancient Baiyue.
In the 26th year of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty (221 BC), Guilin County, Nanhai county and Xiang county were set up in the south of the five ridges.
Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty set ZengShi county (now Tianyang County) as the state of Nanyue. In the sixth year of Yuanding (111 BC), after the state of Nanyue was pacified, ZengShi county was subordinate to Yulin County of Jiaozhou. During the Three Kingdoms period, ZengShi County belonged to Wu County and still belonged to Yulin County.
In the first year of Daxing (318), ZengShi county was renamed Zengyi county.
In the northern and Southern Dynasties, Zengyi county was subordinate to Jinxing County of Dingzhou.
In the Sui Dynasty, Tianyang County belonged to Xuanhua County, Yulin County.
In the Tang Dynasty, Tianzhou was established in the first year of Kaiyuan (713). Tianbao first year (742) changed Tianzhou to Hengshan County. In the first year of Qianyuan Dynasty (758), it was restored to Tianzhou, part of which belonged to Hengshan County of Tianzhou in the west of Lingnan (now Tiandong county), and part of which belonged to Yongzhou (now the West and southwest of the county).
In the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms, Tianyang County first belonged to the state of Chu. In the first year of Guangshun (951), the Taizu of Zhou Dynasty, it was transferred to the state of Southern Han Dynasty, belonging to Yizhou of Southern Han Dynasty.
In the Song Dynasty, Fengyi Prefecture and kanzhou were established in the fifth year of Huangyou (1053), both of which were Jimi prefectures. At first, it belonged to the Xuanfu Department of youjiangdao Zhen'an army and people, and later it was under the jurisdiction of Yongzhou, Guangnan West Road.
In the Yuan Dynasty, Tianzhou was upgraded to Tianzhou Road, and its land returned to Anlu. Fengyi Prefecture is under the jurisdiction of Tianzhou Road, xingzhongshu Province, Guangxi.
In the Ming Dynasty, in the second year of Hongwu (1369), Tianzhou road was changed to Tianzhou tufu, and Lai'an road was also changed to Lai'an Fu. It was proposed that tuzhou be merged into Lai'an Fu. In the seventh year, Fengyi tuzhou was restored, and Zhili was the chief minister of Guangxi. In the 17th year, Lai'an government was abolished and merged into Tianzhou government. In the 28th year, Fengyi Prefecture was changed to Wei. Jianwen 12 years (1400) strike Wei restoration state. In the seventh year of Tianshun (1463), Fengyi tuzhou was changed into Fengyi Liuguan state. In the sixth year of Jiajing (1527), Tianzhou tufu was descended to Tianzhou tuzhou, and Fengyi Prefecture was changed into si'en prefecture (the prefecture is now in Wuming County).
In the Qing Dynasty, in the seventh year of Yongzheng (1729), Fengyi Prefecture was changed into Zhenan prefecture (now Debao county). Qianlong seven years (1742) began to set up Yang wantu state sentence, Li Si en house. In the first year of Guangxu (1875), Tianzhou changed its land to Liuzhou, and its land was under the jurisdiction of Fengyi prefecture (now Tianyang County), Baise tongzhi (now Baise City) and Enlong county (now Tiandong county), among which zhongtianli belonged to Fengyi Prefecture. In the second year, Fengyi Prefecture was changed into jianque Prefecture. Five years later, it was renamed Fengyi Prefecture. The verdict of wantu Prefecture was changed to Enyang Prefecture, which was under the jurisdiction of Zhili Department of Baise. Fengyi state governance and ownership remain unchanged.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the state was abolished and the county was changed. Today, Tianyang County is divided into Fengyi county and Enyang County, both of which belong to tiannandao.
In June 1924, Tianyang was under the jurisdiction of the Sixth District (now Debao county). Enyang county belongs to the Fifth District (now Baise City).
On December 11, 1929, Deng Xiaoping and Zhang Yunyi launched the Baise uprising, established the seventh Red Army, and established the right Jiangsu Soviet government in Pingma town of Enlong County, which governed the counties along the Youjiang river. On December 15 of the same year, the Soviet government of Fengyi county was established in Tianzhou town.
In January 1930, the Soviet government of Enyang county was established. In October, the main force of the seventh Red Army left the Youjiang base, and the establishment of its administrative district disappeared naturally.
In 1935, Fengyi county and Enyang County merged into Tianyang County, which belongs to Baise administrative supervision area.
On December 5, 1949, Tianyang County was liberated.
In 1950, Tianyang County belonged to Baise District of Guangxi Province.
In 1970, after Baise district was renamed Baise District, Tianyang County was subordinate to Baise district administrative Commissioner's office.
On June 2, 2002, the State Council approved the abolition of Baise prefecture level and county level Baise City and the establishment of prefecture level Baise City. Tianyang was changed into Baise City.
On April 24, 2019, the people's Government of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region issued a notice officially approving Tianyang County to withdraw from the poverty-stricken county sequence.
On August 26, 2019, the people's Government of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region abolished Tianyang County and established Tianyang District of Baise City. The Administrative Region under its jurisdiction and the residence of the people's government remain unchanged.
On April 30, 2020, the unveiling ceremony of Tianyang District of Baise city was held in Tianyang. The establishment of Tianyang District of Baise City marks the second organizational District of Baise City.
In 1935, Fengyi county and Enyang county were merged into Tianyang County. More than 60 villages in Renan, Mutao, Pingma, tanhe, Zuodeng, Dalan and Bali townships of Fengyi county were transferred to Tiandong County; 55 villages in Bilu, Pingyang, lengan, Wenping and Panshui townships of Enyang county were transferred to Baise County; 35 villages in four townships of Delai, Fulong, tangri and Dongling were transferred to Jingde County（ Now Debao county).
In August 1951, 22 villages in Fengqiao, eqiao and Baiqiang, the Fourth District of Wangang county (now Bama Yao Autonomous County), were under the jurisdiction of Tianyang County.
In 1954, the county government moved to Tianzhou town.
In March 1955, the people's Government of Guixi Zhuang Autonomous Prefecture approved that Xinmei Township, the third district of Debao County, was under the jurisdiction of the Second District of Tianyang County (today's pohong town); tuohongtun, Xinceng Township, the Sixth District of Tianyang County, was under the jurisdiction of Baoli Township, Tiandong County.
In August 1958, Toutang was separated from Tianzhou commune.
In June 1960, 13 natural villages of Junning brigade and 14 natural villages of Min'an brigade in the former naman commune were put under the jurisdiction of Tiandong county.
In 1995, Ertang Township and Baiyu Township were replaced by Toutang town and Baiyu town respectively.
On June 21, 2005, the government of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region (GZH No. 176) agreed to adjust the administrative divisions of some towns in Tianyang County: abolish Baifeng Township, integrate the whole system into Napo Town, and the government residence of Napo town remains unchanged; abolish Qinhua Township, integrate the whole system into pohong town, and the government residence of pohong town remains unchanged; abolish qiaoye Township, integrate the whole system into Dongjing Township, and the government residence of Dongjing Township remains unchanged; abolish qiaoye township Leiwei Township, the whole system into five villages and townships, five villages and townships government resident unchanged; cancel kunping Township, the whole system into Yufeng Town, Yufeng town government resident unchanged. After the adjustment, the county governs 7 towns and 3 townships: Tianzhou Town, Napo Town, pohong Town, naman Town, Baiyu Town, Yufeng Town, Toutang Town, Dongjing Town, babie town and Wucun town. Baifeng Township merged into Napo town; Qinhua Township merged into pohong town; qiaoye Township merged into Dongjing township; Leiwei Township merged into Wucun township; kunping Township merged into Yufeng town.
In 2013, the government of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region (GZH No. 140) approved the change of Wucun township to town system. In the same year, the autonomous region and Baise City decided to take the Lumei village of naman town as the core, and plan the poverty-stricken areas with more than 29300 people in 16 administrative villages (188 natural villages) of three towns and villages with similar conditions and resources as Lumei area, so as to implement the overall poverty alleviation.
On December 19, 2014, with the approval of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dongjing was established as a town instead of a township.
As of 2018, Tianyang district has nine towns and one township: Tianzhou Town, pohong Town, Napo Town, Wucun Town, Toutang Town, Dongjing Town, Baiyu Town, naman Town, Yufeng town and Babel township. The district government is located at 42-1 Jiefang Middle Road, Tianzhou town.
Tianyang district is located in the west of Guangxi and the middle of Youjiang River Valley. Its urban area is more than 200 kilometers away from Nanning, the capital of the autonomous region, and 38 kilometers away from Baise City. Nanning in the East, Yunnan and Guizhou in the west, Debao and Jingxi in the south to Vietnam, Bama and Donglan in the north to Hechi City. The total area is 2394 square kilometers.
Tianyang district is composed of three different areas: the southern stone mountain area, the northern earth mountain area and the Youjiang River valley plain. There are three kinds of terrain: plain platform, hills and mountains, low in the middle, high in the north and south, narrow in the East and West, and wide in the South and North, known as "two mountains and one valley". The highest peak is 1250.8 meters above sea level, and the lowest is 250 meters above sea level. The karst karst landform is in the south of the mountain area, and the sand shale landform is in the north of the mountain area.
There are 12 big and small rivers in Tianyang district. Youjiang River is the main river, flowing from west to East through 6 towns. The density of the river network is 0.13 km / km2 and the annual runoff is 998.7 million cubic meters.
Tianyang district is located in low latitude, close to the Tropic of cancer, belonging to South Asia
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