After the Lin Shuangwen Rebellion, Xinglong Village Old Town (now Zuoying Old City), originally Fongshan County (equivalent to the administrative center), was completely destroyed. The Qing court moved the county government to the lively Xiapitou Street (now Fongshan). From then on, Xiapitou Street became "New City” while Xinglong Village was called "Old City". Both government officials and the people of Fongshan County migrated between the two locations, forming an interesting "one county two city" phenomenon. Today, Fongshan New Town holds remnants of its former glory that include: Dongbianmen, Pingcheng Fort, Hsunfeng fort, and Chenglan Fort, etc., to commemorate the "one county and two city " era.