Huainan (zh-cp|c=淮南|p=Huáinán) is a
prefecture-level citywith 1,076,000 inhabitants in central Anhuiprovince, People’s Republic of China. It borders the provincial capital of Hefeito the south, Lu’an to the southwest, Fuyangto the west, Bozhouto the northwest, Bengbuto the northeast and Chuzhouto the east.
The name traditionally refers to the entire area south of the
Huai Riverand north of the Yangtze River, which includes the present day central Anhui. The historic political center of the Huainan area lay in Shouchun(present day Shou County).
prefecture-level cityof Huainan administers six county-level divisions, including five districts and one county.
*Datong District (大通区)
These are further divided into 66 township-level divisions, including 24 towns, 23 townships and 19
The name Huainan first came into existence in
203 BC, when Liu Bangbestowed upon Ying Bu, one of his most trusted generals, the title of the King of Huainan. The capital of the Kingdom of Huainan was situated in the present day Lu'an. Later, after Ying Bu was executed, the title was transferred and the capital moved to Shouchun(present day Shou County).
164 BC, the kingdom was divided into three, one of which retained the name Huainan and continued to be administered from Shouchun. This was governed by Liu An, a notable scholar who authored the great Daoistclassic, the " Huainanzi". When Liu An committed suicide in 122 BC, the kingdom was abolished and the area renamed Jiujiang Commandery, which was its old name before 203 BC.
Towards the end of the
Eastern Han Dynasty, Yuan Shudeclared himself emperor of the so-called Cheng Dynasty and renamed the commandery Huainan Commandery. This entity remained generally intact till the Northern Song Dynasty, when it divided into the eastern and the western halves in 1071. This division was converted to a north-south one, with the line drawn along the Huai River, following a peace pact between the ruling bodies of the Southern Song Dynastyand Jin Empire.
The divided state persisted till the area was claimed by the
Communist Party of Chinaon January 18, 1949. The party renamed the area Huainan Coalmine Special District for its rich coal resources.
Huainan is a major production center for
coal, with an output of 43.28 million tons in 2006.
Anhui University of Science and Technology(安徽理工大学)
Huainan Normal University(淮南师范学院)
Huainan United University(淮南联合大学)
* [http://www.huainan.gov.cn Government website of Huainan] (available in Chinese, English and Korean)
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