In 1979, a large number of Han bamboo slips, 1,217 in total, were unearthed in Maquanwan, Dunhuang County, including three calligraphy styles: Li, Cao and Xing. The secretary's slips are made of Zhang Cao, and the words are tactful, smooth and unrestrained. They have the demeanor of everyone and set the trend of cursive style for future generations. It was the main font used daily in Dunhuang between the middle of the Western Han Dynasty and the Xinman Dynasty.

Dunhuang Wooden Slips, Han Dynasty

  Explanation: When you arrive, the blame has not been reported, you can write it down, and you will be asked to do it, and you don’t want to know what to say, and the horses will have big teeth.