Wu Chengen, the word , No. Yangshan, born in 1504, died in 1582, at the age of 78, is an outstanding writer of the Ming Dynasty, a world cultural celebrity. The former residence of Wu Cheng'en is located at the end of the Tongxiang Lane in Hexia Ancient Town, Chuzhou District, Huai'an. The river is located in the northwest of Huaicheng, backed by the canal. In history, especially in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, trade was developed and culture was prosperous. The late Tang poet Zhao Wei, the Ming dynasty, the anti-sick champion Shen Kun, the Qing dynasty sinologist Wu Yitong, etc. are all Hexia people. The authentic origin of the Huai'an specialty Wenlou Tangbao in Huaiyang cuisine is the century-old shop building under the river. Of course, the most famous representative of Hexia is Wu Chengen, who wrote the mythical novel Journey to the West.