Zhusheng Bridge is located in Zhonghe Mountain at the east of Zhenyuan County, Guizhou Province. It is also named Wuxi Bridge, and its construction began in the Hongwu Period during the Ming Dynasty. was built by Daya Tian, the premier of Zhengyuan County and Huitong He, the Magistratein of Zhengyuan County. Later, it was rebuilt in the Thirty-seven Year of Wanli (1609), and completed in the First Year of Chongzhen (1628), which totally had taken about 250 years. However, it had been kept rebuilding for several time due to the flash floods. Finally, in the First Year of Yongzheng in Qing Dynasty (1723), the latest restoration was completed successfully. And it was renamed as Zhusheng Bridge to celebrated the birthday of King Kangxi. Nowadays, it is intact basically by protection.