Ningbo, referred to as “Yong” for short, is located on the coast of the East China Sea. During the Spring and Autumn Period, it was the border of Yue State. It was called Mingzhou because of the Siming Mountain in its territory. During the Hongwu period of the Ming Dynasty, it took the meaning of “Haiding Zebo Ning” and changed it to Ningbo, which has been used for six hundred years to this day.
The people are hard-working, intelligent, have the spirit of struggle, and like to develop outwards. Therefore, everyone is in a big city, a remote village, and there are people who have left their footprints. More than a hundred years ago, people from Yongzhou followed the ancestors of Fujian and Guangdong to come to the south to make a living, either in industry or in business, in various industries.