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 li_source.html
Zhou's territory was within the jurisdiction of the Shang empire and therefore Ji Chang, the leader of the Zhou clan, was obliged to serve in the Shang Court as an advisor and one of Ji Chang's sons, Ji Kao3 was to become his assistant.
Li3 (plum) was the family surname of all the 20 emperors during the Tang2 Dynasty (618AD to 907AD) and it was the tradition of the Tang2 Emperors to reward their officials, generals and some loyal citizens the investitive title of Surname Li3 (plum).
Ji Chang was released after three years of imprisonment, after which he returned to his homeland and died soon after.
home.vicnet.net.au /~jli/li_source.html   (787 words)

  
 phorum - Overseas Chinese Forum at Asiawind - Chinese Surname Li/Lee
Zhou's territory was under the jurisdiction of the Shang empire and was therefore required to send Ji Chang (®V©÷), their leader, to serve in the Shang Court as an advisor and one of his sons, Ji Kao (®V¦Ò) was assigned as his assistant.
One day, Ji Chang told Shang King Zhou about the deficient financial situation of the country and advised him not to be too much of a spendthrift.
Ji Chang was released after three years and he returned to his homeland dying soon after.
www.asiawind.com /forums/read.php?f=4&i=1959&t=1333   (1650 words)

  
 Jiang - China-related Topics JI-JL - China-Related Topics
Jiang (surname)Jiāng (江, 姜) or Jiang (surname)Jiǎng (蔣) are Chinese surnames.
Jiang (river)Jiāng means river in Chinese languagesChinese, and is sometimes used to refer to Chang Jiang (Yangtze River).
Jiang - China-related Topics JI-JL - China-Related Topics
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Jiang   (123 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Zheng, Cheng, Chung, Trinh (Vietnamese)
Due to Zhou You Wang’s cruelty, Zheng Heng Gong was worried and decided to escape to the "fertile land" (east of Le Shui, south of the Yellow River and Ji Shui).
Ji You was known as Zheng Heng Gong and later became the prime minister of Zhou You Wang.
There are 443 Zhengs listed in the Who’s Who in Chinese History, among them:
www.yutopian.com /names/14/14zheng23.html   (123 words)

  
 Chinese History - Mythology: The Five Emperors (www.chinaknowledge.org)
Yao* 帝堯, surname Tang 唐 or Taotang 陶唐氏, called Fangxun 放勛; residence: Ji 冀 (r.
Shun* 帝舜, surname Yu 虞 or Youyu 有虞氏, called Chonghua 重華; residence: Ji (r.
Huang Di (Huangdi), the Yellow Emperor 黃帝, surname Xuanyuan 軒轅氏; residence: Youxiong 有熊 (reigned for 100 years)
www.chinaknowledge.de /History/Myth/wudi-rulers.html   (123 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Jiang, Chiang
The Jiangs came from the Ji family and are related to the royal family of the Zhou Dynasty.
During the Chun Qiu, the Jiang kingdom was destroyed by Chu, and its people began to bear the last name Jiang.
Bailing was awarded the duke of Jiang in Gushi of Henan.
www.yutopian.com /names/15/15jiang43.html   (279 words)

  
 Info and facts on 'Zheng (surname)'
It is currently the 22nd most common of Chinese surnames or belongs to the second major group of ten surnames which make up more than 10% of the Chinese population, behind the first group which make up 40% of the population.
The use of it as a surname might have started as an adoption of the Zheng in Zhengzhou (additional info and facts about Zhengzhou), the provincial capital of Henan (additional info and facts about Henan) where the family once ruled.
King Xuan (additional info and facts about King Xuan) of the Zhou Dynasty made his younger brother Ji You the Duke of Zhengzhou, establishing what would be the last bastion of Western Zhou.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/z/zh/zheng_(surname).htm   (363 words)

  
 Shi Ji - Origin of Liang
The surname Liang originated in an area which was called the An Ding Prefecture during the Han Dynasty (206BC to 220AD).
The crown prince, Ji Yi Jin was installed as King Ping who moved his capital to Luo Yang (present day Luo Yang city in Henan province) as the old capital was totally destroyed and uninhabitable.
Yet another version of the surname, extracted from Xungen.com is as follows;
www.angelfire.com /co/leong/liang.html   (1061 words)

  
 Singer's surname from A to Z.
Wang Lei is come from Hu Nan, his songs were talked about the school life, such as "Tuan Zhi Bu Shu Ji", and "The path at another place.".
Singer's surname from A to Z. Chinese singers whose surname from R to W. Totolly 29 singers
Wang Yan is a young singer, and he always creat his own song.
yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au /groups/CCSM/mtv/rw.html   (918 words)

  
 Ji - Psychology Central
This surname was originally one of the first emperors' name, and although he had many sons to whom he could have passed the name on to, he only gave the two chosen ones to possess this Jisurname.
Hundreds of years later on, another emperor had 姬 surname, and all those who had this name had to change their name to other than 姬, thus people with this Ji name is scarce.
Not only this, one of the two sons that possessed this surname became the next emperor and passed this surname to only a few.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Ji   (484 words)

  
 Huang Di
With the original surname of Gongsun (later changed to Ji) and another name Youxiong Shi, Huang Di was also known as Xuanyuan Shi as he lived at the Xuanyuan Hill.
Huang Di, or the Yellow Emperor, is referred to as the "Originator of the Chinese Culture", and all people of the Chinese race regard themselves as descendants of Yan Di and Huang Di.
The alliance of Huang Di and Yan Di split after Chiyou was defeated because, it was said, Yan Di intended to infringe upon the various tribes and seize the leading position of the alliance while the chieftains of the tribes preferred to obey Huang Di.
journeyeast.tripod.com /huang_di.html   (484 words)

  
 People's Daily Online -- Chinese Zhou surname history
The original surname of the royal Zhou family was Ji.
The Helu and Pu surnames of the Xianbei nationality in the Beizhou Empire (the Northern Zhou) and the Xitong and Shuhu surnames of the Mongolian nationality in the Yuan Dynasty were also changed into Zhou.
People with the Zhou surname could be found all over the country due to enfeoffment and migration through the ages -- especially from Runan, the largest dwelling place for the Zhou family.
english.people.com.cn /200506/17/eng20050617_190843.html   (367 words)

  
 phorum - Overseas Chinese Forum at Asiawind - Chinese Surname Li/Lee
Li Ji lived in Zhao Prefecture (»¯°p) in Hebei province (ªe¥_¬Ù) and Li Chong settled down in Longxi Prefecture (Ã÷¦è°p) of Gansu province (¥ÌµÂ¬Ù) where it was recorded in history as the place where surname Li originated.
Li Jing, the ruler of Nantang («n­ð) died in 961 and was succeeded by his 6th son Li Yu who was a man of letters and excelled in painting and calligraphy.
In 937AD Li Sheng (§õª@) founded the Kingdom of Nantang («n­ð 937AD to 975AD) with his capital was at Jinling (ª÷³® present day Nanjing «n¨Ê in Jiangsu province).
www.asiawind.com /forums/read.php?f=4&i=1959&t=1333   (1650 words)

  
 Shi Ji - Origin of Liang
The surname Liang originated in an area which was called the An Ding Prefecture during the Han Dynasty (206BC to 220AD).
The crown prince, Ji Yi Jin was installed as King Ping who moved his capital to Luo Yang (present day Luo Yang city in Henan province) as the old capital was totally destroyed and uninhabitable.
There is another version of the story of the origin of the surname.
www.angelfire.com /co/leong/liang.html   (1650 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Zhang, Chang, Cheung, Jung, Cheong, Jong, Teo, Teoh
At the end of Qin Dynasty, Ji Liang of Han failed to assassinate Qin Shi Huang Di and changed his name to Zhang as a refuge.
Tang Dynasty- Zhang Jian Zhi and Zhang Ju Ling (prime ministers)
During Chun Qiu, an official Jia Hou of Jin kingdom changed his name to Zhang.
www.yutopian.com /names/11/11zhang3.html   (372 words)

  
 Romance of the Three Kingdoms Officer Name Conversion Table
Zhang Ji A general under Dong Zhuo and Zhang Xiu’s father.
Killed his former lord Zhang Yang, for Cao Cao, but in turn was killed by Kui Gu.
Zhang Fei’s son and Guan Xing’s blood brother.
www.kongming.net /novel/hanzi/xu.php   (1794 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Jia, Chia
Yang Chu Fu (a high ranking judge), due to his connection with Zhao, convinced the duke of Jin to make Zhao the chief commander, and Jia his deputy.
After the duke of Jia died, Jia suggested to appoint Gong Zi Le (brother of the deceased duke of Jin as the new duke and sent for him.
Zhao ordered the assassination of Gong Zi Le, and in revenge, Jia ordered the assassination of Yang Chu Fu.
www.yutopian.com /names/13/13jia45.html   (386 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Wu, Mo
According to the legend, Ji Wu was born with a birth mark on his hand which resembled the letter Wu.
Origin of the surname Wu, Mo : This web site is divided into 21 main sites as represented by the twenty one yellow buttons on the top of each page.
Tang Dynasty- Wu Shi Xun (duke), Wu Zetian (daughter of Wu Shi Xun, empress), Wu Chengsi and Wu Sansi (prime ministers, and nephews of Wu Zetian.)
www.yutopian.com /names/08/8wu95.html   (339 words)

  
 Owyang couplet
Since then there have been several great persons with the surname of 'Ouyang' over the course of China's history: Ouyang Xun, the great calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty, and Ouyang Xiu, a famous poet of the Song Dynasty; to name but a few.
Ouyang Wenzhong gong ji (Collected Works of Ouyang Xiu), which was printed in 1196.
Luling is also a place name, the ancestral village of Ouyang Xiu (see below) in Jiangxi province, so has great significance in Owyang history.
www.tonaidin.net /Owyang_couplet.htm   (339 words)

  
 Ji and Jiang: The Role of Exogamic Clans in the Organization of the Zhou Polity
The words Ji and Jiang are probably etymologically related and although yang 羊 “sheep” plays a phonetic role in the graphs of both the surname Jiang and the ethnic name Qiang 羌, Jiang and Qiang are two separate words and need not have anything to do with one another.
The fact that the surnames Ji and Jiang were also found among peoples known as Rong 戎 who were not recognized as Hua-Xia but were probably also Sino-Tibetan in language seems to be consistent with traditional accounts of Zhou's northwestern origins.
The rule of surname exogamy, which has been an important feature of Chinese social organization down to recent times, seems to have originated with the Zhou dynasty.
www.lib.uchicago.edu /earlychina/publications/ecjournal/ec25/pulleyblank.html   (218 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Hu, Wu, Woo
The first kingdom was in the east of Le River in Henan, with the surname Ji.
The second kingdom was in the town of Fu Yang in Anhui, with the surname Gui.
Hometown: town of Gu Yuan in Gangsu Province.
www.yutopian.com /names/09/9hu13.html   (320 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Wu, Ng, Ang, Eng, Ing
With Wu Zi Xu as prime minister and Sun Wu as general, Wu became a powerful kingdom, defeated Chu, Yue and Ji, and began to challenge Jin.
Unfortunately, Wu’s duke Fu Cha became arrogant and refused to listen to Wu Zi Xu, leading to the elimination of Wu by Yue.
Tai Bo and Zhong Yong understood their father’s intention and left the Zhou kingdom to the south east coast, where they set up their own kingdom, Wu.
www.yutopian.com /names/07/7wu10.html   (341 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Hu, Wu, Woo
The first kingdom was in the east of Le River in Henan, with the surname Ji.
The second kingdom was in the town of Fu Yang in Anhui, with the surname Gui.
Both of these Hu Kingdoms were destroyed by the Chu Kingdom, during the Chun Qiu Dynasty.
www.yutopian.com /names/09/9hu13.html   (341 words)

  
 Chinese Genealogical Resources
Zhao Ji; Zheng Guangmei; Wang Huadong; Xu Jialin.
B eyond the Narrow Gate: The Journey of Four Chinese Women from the Middle Kingdom to Middle America.
Chao, Sheau-Yueh J. In Search of Your Asian Roots: Genealogical Research on Chinese Surnames.
www.fuzzo.com /genealogy/Asia/chinagen.htm   (341 words)

  
 Jiang - Result for Jiang - Meaning of Jiang - Definition of Jiang - Dictionary of Meaning - www.mauspfeil.net
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www.mauspfeil.net /Jiang.html   (341 words)

  
 Wu Family History
Chinese surname Wu Wu means : name of a State in ancient China (province of Jiangsu); a Chinese surname.(Ancient time Wu meant big or great in Wu dialect).
Surname Wu was originated in an area called Yan Ling Prefecture during the Qin Dynasty (221BC to 207BC).
He left with his 2nd brother Zhong-Yong to retire into Wuximei and established as the Wu Clan and claimed to be Jinman Highlander.
www.wujiaquan.com /wufam.htm   (909 words)

  
 Ji - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hundreds of years later on, another emperor had 姬 surname, and all those who had this name had to change their name to other than 姬, thus people with this Ji name is scarce.
Ji, 姬, is a rare surname in China ever since it appeared.
This surname was originally one of the first emperors' name, and although he had many sons to whom he could have passed the name on to, he only gave the two chosen ones to possess this Jisurname.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ji   (909 words)

  
 Origin of the surname Wen, Men, Moon, Mun
During the Shang Dynasty, Shang Zhou (1,154 — 1,134 B.C.) executed the duke of the Zhou kingdom (Ji Li), being concerned that the Zhou Kingdom was getting too powerful.
His son was known as Zhou Wu Wang and Ji Chang was given the title of Zhou Wen Wang.
After returning to his kingdom, Ji Chang united 2/3 of all the kingdoms and was getting ready to rebel against the Shang Dynasty.
www.yutopian.com /names/04/4wen100.html   (365 words)

  
 Chinese_family_name
For example, the 55th most popular family name Xiao (肖) is almost unheard of in Hong Kong, as this "new" surname was "created" from oversimplifying the traditional surname "&;" during the Cultural Revolution.
From ethnic groups: Non-Chinese peoples in China sometimes took the name of their ethnic group as surname.
From seniority within the family: In ancient usage, the characters of meng (孟), zhong (仲), shu (叔) and ji (季) were used to denote the first, second, third and fouth eldest sons in a family.
www.apawn.com /search.php?title=Chinese_family_name   (2046 words)

  
 Ladies of the Court of Emperor Huan of Han, Rafe de Crespigny Publications, Faculty of Asian Studies, ANU
Liu Zhi 劉志, known posthumously as Emperor Huan of the Later Han dynasty 漢桓帝, was born in 132 and came to the throne in 146 under the regency of the Empress-Dowager Liang Na and her brother Liang Ji.
Liang Shang died in 141, but he was immediately succeeded as General-in-Chief by his eldest son Liang Ji 冀, and with the aid of his sister in the inner palace the Liang group continued to dominate the court.
Liang Ji behaved in the same way, and was notorious for his seizure of private property and his exploitation of government officers, but through Sun Shou's influence her family shared in the opportunities.
www.anu.edu /asianstudies/decrespigny/huan.html   (8789 words)

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