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The 6th most common last name in China.
Yangs are the descendents of the Xi Zhou Dynasty.
The third son of Zhou Wu Wang, Tang Shu Yu was awarded the land of Jin. His descent
Jin Wu Gong was awarded the Yang city (Hong Dong of Shanxi Province) and bore the last
name of Yang and Yang She (Goat Tongue). Around 514 B.C.,
a rebellion took place, both the Yangs and the Yang Shes were persecuted. They migrated
south to Hong Nong Hua Yin. About 90% of famous Yangs in the history came from Hong Nong Hua Yin.
(Yang means willow).
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