First, the internal stability: Gong Zhou is dedicated to assisting the king and managing state affairs, but his younger brother Guan Shu and Uncle Cai made rumors outside, saying that Zhou Gong had ambitions and wanted to usurp the throne! He was named Yin Hou , but was under surveillance and felt very uncomfortable. He wanted to have civil disturbances in the Zhou Dynasty and restored his Yin Shang throne. He colluded with Guan Shu and Uncle Cai and contacted a group of Yin Shang old nobles. It also instigated several tribes in Dongyizhong and caused rebellion. Rumors created by Wu Geng, Guan Shu, and others made Hao Jing so popular that even Zhao Gong heard it and became suspicious. Cheng Nian was not very sensible, and he was even more confused about whether it was true or not. Zhou Gong was very sad. He first spoke to Zhao Gong boldly and told Zhao Gong that he would never have ambitions, and asked him to take care of the overall situation and not to believe the rumors. Zhao Gong wa s moved by his sincere words, eliminated the misunderstanding, and re-cooperated with Zhou Gong.
Second, the army s eastward expedition: There are several tribes in the east, such as Huaiyi and Xu Rong. Zhou Gong ordered Tai Gongwang to authorize him. The princes of various countries, who were dissatisfied with the Zhou dynasty, were all called by Tai Gongwang. In this way, Tai Gongwang controlled the East, and he himself dealt with Wu Geng himself. After three years of work, Zhou Gong finally calmed Wu Geng s rebellion and killed Wu Geng, who led the rebellion. When Uncle Guan saw Wu Geng s failure, he felt that he had not seen his brother and nephew, and hanged himself. Zhou Fair decided the rebellion, dismissed Huo Huo, and committed a crime of filling the army against Cai Shu. During Zhou Gong s eastward expedition, a large number of Shang nobles became captives. Because they resisted the Zhou Dynasty, they were called stubborn people. Zhou Gong felt that it was not reassuring to let these people stay in the original place; at the same time , he felt that it w as inconvenient for Gao Jing to be in the west and to control the vast Central Plains area in the east. City), moved the stubborn people of the Yin Dynasty there, and sent troops to monitor them. After that, there were two capitals in Zhou Dynasty. The west is Gao Jing, also called Zong Zhou; the east is Luoyi, also called Cheng Zhou.
Third, the rule of Chengkang: Zhou Gong assisted Cheng to govern for seven years, and finally consolidated the rule of the Zhou Dynasty. He also formulated a set of rules and regulations for the Zhou Dynasty. When King Zhou Cheng turned 20, Zhou Gong handed over the government to Cheng Wang. The two generations from King Zhou Cheng to his son Kang, about fifty years before and after, was a period of strong and unified Zhou Dynasty. It was called the rule of Cheng Kang in history.