Changyi District Changyi district belongs to Jilin City, Jilin Province, located in the northwest of Jilin City. Changyi district is the economic center of Jilin City, covering an area of 769.92 square kilometers, ranging from 43 ° 50 ′ ~ 44 ° 6 ′ 35 ″ N and 126 ° 31 ′ ~ 126 ° 47 ′ E.
In 2012, the total population of Changyi district was 622800, with 16 streets, 3 towns, 2 ethnic townships and 3 provincial open areas under its jurisdiction. The annual GDP of Changyi district was 29.48 billion yuan, an increase of 8.7% over 2011.
Changyi district is named after Changyi village in the past. In the ninth year of Qianlong reign of Qing Dynasty (1744), the hungry people of Lijiagou, xiyingzhuang and xujiaguanzhuang in Changyi County of Shandong Province fled from the famine and settled in wulixu (now in Weichang Street) in the east of Jilin City, thus forming the settlement, which was named changyitun according to the origin. Changyitun is under the jurisdiction of Yongji Prefecture of fengtianfu. In 1747, Yongji Prefecture was changed into Jilin hall, and Changyi village was subordinate to Jilin hall. In 1882, Jilin Branch Road was set up, Jilin hall was changed into Jilin mansion, and Changyi village was under the jurisdiction of Jilin Branch Road Jilin mansion. In 1907, the general yamen of Jilin Province was changed into a provincial government, and Changyi village was under the jurisdiction of Jilin government of Jilin Province. in 1913, Jilin Prefecture was changed into Jilin county. Changyitun belongs to Jilin County, Jilin Province. In March 1915, the police department of Jilin provincial capital was changed into the police department of the provincial capital, and changyitun was assigned to the third Police District of the police department of the provincial capital. In 1929, Jilin Municipal preparatory office was established, the police district was changed into an administrative district, and changyitun was under the jurisdiction of the third administrative district of Jilin City. After the fall of Northeast China, the puppet City office was established on April 1, 1936. With changyitun as the center, the city is divided into five administrative regions. The district is named after Changyi Tun, and the Changyi district office is set up. Tuanshanzitun, bajiazitun, dongdatan and xiangyangtun belong to Changyi District of Jilin City. In 1938, the system of Bao and Jia was abolished and Dongxu, Tongchang, Huchang, dongjuzi, dongdatan and Weichang town associations were set up. It covers an area of 2.65 square kilometers, starting from the east wall of Jilin Railway Station in the West and the special railway line of the municipal lumber factory, reaching Nenjiang jiejie and Nongan street in the East, railway triangle in the north and Songhua River in the south. In August 1941, in order to strengthen its rule, the Japanese puppet authorities divided the whole city into 10 districts, abolished the Town Office (in January 1940, the town association was changed into the town office), and established the district. Changyi District Office has eight divisions: Xiangyang, Tongchang, Weichang, Huchang, Kangxiang, Yong'an, Ruichang and Jing'an. The boundary extends to bahutun in the north and to the riverside in the East and south, with an area of 11.24 square kilometers. After the victory of the Anti Japanese War, the democratic government of Changyi district was established on February 16, 1946. On May 28 of the same year, when the Kuomintang government occupied Jilin City, it established Changyi District, set up the district office, and set up 21 guarantors such as Xiangyang, which had jurisdiction over 786a and 5 households as a group. There are eight joint insurances in Changyi District, including Xiangyang. On March 9, 1948, Jilin city was liberated. On April 29 of the same year, the whole city was divided into five districts inside the city and five districts outside the city. The district office system was abolished and the District People's government was set up. Changyi district is one of the five districts in the city. There are eight Lu such as Zhenchang, which are next to each other. On August 13, the system of "Lu" and "Lin" was abolished, and eight Street governments, including Weichang, were set up, with the next group being residents. On January 12, 1949, according to the decision of the Municipal People's government, three street governments, qianjiatun, Jiangwan road and Zhenchang, were set up in Changyi district. On July 16 of the same year, Changyi district government was transformed into Changyi district office as the agency of the municipal government. On August 23, 1951, the regime of Changyi district was restored and Changyi district was renamed the people's Government of the first district. On April 25, 1953, the people's Government of the second district (Chaoyang District) was abolished, and all the Yichun Li and Wenmiao street public offices and most of the Minzhu road and Chezhan street public offices under its jurisdiction were put under the jurisdiction of the people's government. There are nine Street offices in total. The administrative boundary is to the East and south of Songhua River, to the west of Chongqing Street, Yangchun, Dongning Hutong and Minzhu Road (north section of Jilin Street), bordering on the second district (formerly the third district, namely Tongtian District), and to the north of Jilin Shenyang railway line is adjacent to the eighth district (Hadawan District). The area increased from 11.24 square kilometers to 15.91 square kilometers. On January 12, 1954, the 10 Street offices in the first district, including Weichang, changed their street residents committees. On April 19, 1955, the first district was renamed Changyi district. At the same time, dongdatan and other nine neighborhood committees were changed into sub district offices. On May 30, 1956, Changyi District People's government was renamed Changyi District People's Committee. On January 12, 1959, Changyi district was divided into two people's communes, Changyi and railway. Changyi people's commune has jurisdiction over 10 administrative areas including bahutun, covering an area of 9.09 square kilometers. The five administrative areas of Tongtian district were abolished and assigned to Changyi people's commune. It has 15 administrative areas with a total area of 11.86 square kilometers. On August 1, 1960, the original 15 administrative areas were merged into the East market (three administrative areas of yichunli, Chezhan and Taoyuan Road), the Confucian temple, Dadongmen, bahutun, dongjuzi, Minzhu road and Nanma Road branches. On March 28, 1962, the urban people's commune system was abolished and the Changyi District People's Committee was restored. The branches of the two people's communes, Changyi and the railway, were merged into Changyi district and adjusted into 12 sub district offices such as Dongshichang (Yichun Li). Jurisdiction, East Songhua River, West Hunchun street, South Jiangwan Road, North lianhuapao Piedmont, a total of 15.32 square kilometers. On March 21, 1968, Changyi District People's Committee was changed into Changyi District Revolutionary Committee.
From 1986 to 2003, Changyi District experienced two divisions and one adjustment, and the scope of its jurisdiction changed greatly. In 1985, the people's Government of Changyi District owned 13 sub district offices, covering an area of 33 square kilometers, including dongjuzi, xindihao, Yan'an, Wenmiao, Zhanqian, Minzhu, Nanjing, Lianhua, Tongjiang, Xinghua, Hadawan, Xinjian and Yanjiang. On March 4, 1992, the administrative division of Jilin city divided Jiuzhan Township, gudianzi Town, Shuangji street and Jiuzhan Street into Changyi district. At the same time, the west part of Nanjing Street, Zhanqian street and Jilin Street of Changyi district is under the jurisdiction of Chuanying district. After the adjustment, the area under the jurisdiction has increased from 33 square kilometers to 253 square kilometers. The people's Government of Changyi District owns 14 streets, including dongjuzi, xindihao, Yan'an, Confucian temple, Zhanqian, Minzhu, Lianhua, Tongjiang, Xinghua, Hadawan, Xinjian, Yanjiang, Jiuzhan and Shuangji, and 2 townships, including Jiuzhan Township and gudianzi town. In February 1999, the municipal government designated Jiuzhan street and Jiuzhan Township from Changyi district and established Jilin economic and Technological Development Zone. The area of Changyi district was reduced to 119 square kilometers. The people's Government of Changyi District owns 13 streets and gudianzi Town, including dongjuzi, xindihao, Yan'an, Confucian temple, Zhanqian, Minzhu, Lianhua, Tongjiang, Xinghua, Hadawan, Xinjian, Yanjiang and Shuangji. On January 1, 2000, Jilin City classified liangliangzi Manchu Township in Yongji County, Tuchengzi Manchu chaozu Township, hewanzi Town, huapichang town and Zuojia town in yuanchuanying District into Changyi district. At that time, the area of Changyi district was 769.92 square kilometers, which was the period of the largest administrative area of Changyi district. There are 13 streets in Changyi District, including dongjuzi, xindihao, Yan'an, Confucian temple, Zhanqian, Minzhu, Lianhua, Tongjiang, Xinghua, Hadawan, Xinjian, Yanjiang and Shuangji. There are two Manchu townships in liangliangzi, two Manchu chaozu townships in Tuchengzi, and four towns in hewanzi, huapichang, Zuojia and gudianzi. On March 22, 2001, the Changyi district government merged the original hewanzi town with Zuojia Town, and the merged town was named Zuojia town. The people's Government of Changyi district has 13 streets, including dongjuzi, xindihao, Yan'an, Confucian temple, Zhanqian, Minzhu, Lianhua, Tongjiang, Xinghua, Hadawan, Xinjian, Yanjiang and Shuangji, 2 townships, Zuojia Town, huapichang town and gudianzi town. In 2002, Changyi district had 13 streets including dongjuzi, Yanjiang, Hadawan, Xinghua, Minzhu, Yan'an, Lianhua, Wenmiao, Tongjiang, xindihao, Xinjian and Shuangji, 5 towns including huapichang Town, Zuojia Town, gudianzi Town, Tuchengzi Township and liangliangzi Township, and 3 development zones including Dongshi business demonstration zone, Hongyuan economic management zone and Xingfu economic management zone. The total area of Changyi district is 769.92 square kilometers. On December 30, the Department of civil affairs of Jilin Province approved to cancel Jiuzhan Township and merge it into Jiuzhan Street (managed by Jilin economic and Technological Development Zone). In 2003, Changyi district had jurisdiction over hada street, Xinghua street, Yanjiang street, Yan'an street, Minzhu street, Tongjiang street, Wenmiao street, yichunli street, Weichang street, Zhanqian street, xindihao street, Lianhua street, Xinjian street, dongjuzi street, Shuangji street, Jiuzhan Street (managed by Jilin economic and Technological Development Zone), gudianzi Town, Zuojia town and Huahua street Pichang Town, Liangjiazi Manchu Township, Tuchengzi Manchu Korean township. By the end of 2006, there were 64 communities and 403 villages in Changyi district.
As of 2011, Changyi district has jurisdiction over 16 streets, 3 towns, 2 ethnic townships and 3 provincial open areas. The District People's government is located at 105 Zhongxing Street. geographical environment
Changyi district is located in Jilin Province
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