Chronicle of the collective economic development of the Qiji in Yuanshang Town, Laixi City
Chronicle of the collective economic development of the Qiji in Yuanshang Town, Laixi City

The village of Qiji in Yuanshang Town, Laixi City, Shandong Province, was founded by the Jiang surname who came here during the Yongle period of the Ming Dynasty. The village was named after the seven hills to the north of the village, each of which is said to have a golden chicken.

The village is located 6km west of Yuanshang town, on the east bank of the middle and lower reaches of the Xiao Gu River, with good transportation. The total land area is 3,500 mu, of which 2,800 mu is originally cultivated land and more than 200 mu is wasteland. The village house base is more than 500 mu. There are 480 households and 1560 people living in the village. There are 3 members of the village party branch and 45 party members.


The village has one distinctive feature, namely, the village collectively has 750 mu of reserved arable land, accounting for more than a quarter of the village's arable land. It is not only in Yuanshang Township, but also in other towns in Laixi City and most villages in China. Having relatively sufficient collective land resources for a long period of time has not only increased the income of the village collective, but more importantly, has given the two village committees the power to guide the villagers to develop their production and promote the strength of the collective economic development.


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