Xian Yushu's "Laozi's Tao Te Ching" paper, regular script, length 26.7 cm, width 642.5 cm
Collection of the Palace Museum, Beijing

Xian Yushu's "Laozi's Tao Te Ching in Regular Script" begins with "Heaven and Earth" and ends with "Laozi's Tao Te Ching, Volume 1". The second volume is missing and the name is not given. Each section of connecting paper has the Zhu Wen seal of "Disciples of the Three Religions". At the back of the volume, there are five paragraphs of inscriptions and postscripts by Weng Fanggang, inscriptions by Wu Rongguang, and postscripts by Yan Shiqing, as well as a bookmark of "Songxia Qingzhai".

The calligraphy of this calligraphy is based on that of Yu Shinan. The body is slender, the brushwork is exquisite, and the writing is refreshing and powerful. It is the only long regular script that Bo Ji has seen, and it should be regarded as a masterpiece in his middle age.

The collection seals include "Jin Ting Mi Wan" (Zhu Wen), "Matsushita Qing Zhai", "Chun Qi Man Zi Geng Wan Ban Zhu" (Zhu Wen), "Zhen Jing Bookstore's Seal" (Zhu Wen), "Lu Gong" "Private Seal" (Bai Wen), "Tan Xi Approval" (Zhu Wen) and "Su Zhai Mo Yuan" (Zhu Wen). "Once at □Po desk" (Zhu Wen), "Ancient Wu Pan Jiefan □Po's seal" (Zhu Wen) and Ye Gongchuo's seals.