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It was formally called Haiyong (Surging Sea) Hill. According to Shi Ji written by Sima Qian who was a well-known historian of the Western Han Dynasty (202 BC - 9 AD), Fu Chai, the king of the Wu State of the Spring and Autumn Period (770 – 476 BC), was buried here. Legend has it that a white tiger appeared on the hill on the third day after Fu Chai was buried. Since then, it has acquired its name Tiger Hill.