Hubei is referred to as the origin of Hubei.

Wuchang, which originated from Wuhan, the provincial capital city, has been called Ezhou many times since Sui Dynasty. Ezhou has a direct historical origin with Ewang City. In the Three Kingdoms, Sun Quan established his capital in Ezhou today, and changed Hubei Wangcheng into Hubei County. Because there is Wuchang Mountain about 10 kilometers southeast of King City of Hubei Province, Hubei County was changed to Wuchang County with the meaning of “making progress with arms”. To the Sui Dynasty, the King City of Hubei declined day by day, and Ezhou was first established in Jiangxia, which is now Wuchang. In the Qing Dynasty, Hubei was called Hubei for short.

Wuchang, the capital city of Wuhan, has been called Ezhou many times since Sui Dynasty. Ezhou has a direct historical origin with Ewang City. The state of Hubei in Xia and Shang Dynasties and the second son of Chu Gong in two weeks, the king of Hubei, all established their capitals here. During the Spring and Autumn Period, as the capital of Chu State, the city of E Wang lasted for more than 200 years, until Xiong Zi, the king of Chu Wen, moved the capital to Ying. After Qin unified the six countries, it successively set up counties in the present city site of King City of Hubei and Ezhou, and the county name was “E”. In the Three Kingdoms, Sun Quan established his capital in Ezhou today, and changed Hubei Wangcheng into Hubei County. Because there is Wuchang Mountain about 10 kilometers southeast of King City of Hubei Province, Hubei County was changed to Wuchang County with the meaning of “making progress with arms”. This is also the original source of Wuchang. To the Sui Dynasty, the King City of Hubei declined day by day, and Ezhou was first established in Jiangxia, which is now Wuchang. Wuchang has been used as the capital of Ezhou for many times since ancient times. In Qing Dynasty, Hubei was called Hubei for short.

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