|King Yí of Zhou|
|King of China|
|Predecessor||King Xiao of Zhou|
|Successor||King Li of Zhou|
|Issue||King Li of Zhou|
|Father||King Yì of Zhou|
|Mother||Wang Bo Jiang|
He was preceded by his uncle, King Xiao of Zhou, who may have overthrown his father. In the third year of his reign, King Yi sided with Marquis of Ji in a dispute with Duke Ai of Qi and executed Duke Ai by boiling him to death in a large cauldron. King Yi installed Duke Ai's younger half-brother Jing on the throne, later known as Duke Hu of Qi.
During his reign there were wars in the south with the State of Chu and the Dongyi. According to the Shiji, during his reign the royal power was not strong and the regional rulers failed to pay obeisance to the court.
He was succeeded by his son, King Li of Zhou.
- Wang Ji, of the Ji clan of E (王姞 姞姓), a princess of E by birth; the mother of Crown Prince Hu
- Crown Prince Hu (太子胡; 890–828 BC), ruled as King Li of Zhou from 877–828 BC
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- "Hereditary house of Chu" 當周夷王之時，王室微，諸侯或不朝，相伐。