Xiapi is Gupi Town, Suining County, Jiangsu Province. Xiapi is also known as piguo and xiapi county. During the Warring States period, King Wei of Qi granted Zou Ji as the Marquis of xiapi and began to call the place "xiapi". Later, the Han Dynasty calmed the world, renamed Tan county Donghai County, and later set xiapi state.
Xiapiguo (county) is mainly under the jurisdiction of most of the surrounding areas with the following Pixian County as the center. In ancient times, the jurisdiction mainly includes today's Pizhou City, Suqian City and some surrounding areas in Jiangsu Province. The governance site is in today's ancient Pizhen. On July 12, 1668, the Yellow River burst, obliterating a millennium old city in the flood and sleeping underground. The government moved to the north of Aishan and built the city in the south. It is now in Picheng town. Xiapi county has always been the political, economic and cultural center in the east of the Central Plains. In history, xiapi county is the thoroughfare of water and land in the Central Plains, with prosperous population and commerce. It is also a place contested by military strategists of previous dynasties.
During the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty, the Tancheng earthquake destroyed the xiapi city of Pizhou. The Pizhou administration moved from the present and ancient Pizhen of xiapi city to the present Pizhen of Pizhou City in the south of Aishan. In the first year of the Republic of China, Pizhou was abolished as Pixian County. In the 1950s, the residence of Pixian people's government was moved from Picheng town to Yunhe town. In 1953, Gupi town of Pixian County was under the jurisdiction of Suining County. Xiapi ancient city site is located in Gupi Town, Suining County.