Central to this paper is a hypothesis that there were big tension between Shang(商) and Dongyi(東夷), not a lopsided victory over Dongyi(東夷) as Chinese scholars claim to be. Based on the Oracle-Bone Inscriptions of the 5th Period Huangzu(黃組), there were about sixty more texts of war stories between Shang(商) and Dongyi(東夷) written by Shang(商) archives. The archives use the word ‘zheng(正), conquer’, as they wish for a victory, and Chinese scholars interpret the word ‘zheng(正)’ as victory, but it was a wish word, not a result of war. This paper also focuses on a word combination Tianyishang(天邑商), the Shang city of heaven which appears only once during the whole Shang Dynasty. The sudden appearance of Tianyishang(天邑商) tell us that Tianyishang(天邑商) faced the big threat from the Dongyi(東夷), and wanted to protect their capital city with the divine power of heaven. In this context, I argue that Dongyi(東夷) occupied the territory of Shang(商) and also threatened the capital city, that was the reason why Shang(商) tried to attack the Dongyi(東夷) continuously. Oracle-Bone Inscriptions of the 5th Period Huangzu(黃組) tell us plainly that there was not a Shang(商)’s final victory over Dongyi(東夷).