Mi Fu (1051-1107), whose first name was Fu and whose courtesy name was Yuanzhang, was also named Xiangyang Jushi and Haiyueshanren. He was also designated as Haiyue Foreign History and Zhongyue Foreign History. In his later years, he was named Mi Lao. It is known as "Midian" and "Minangong" in the world. His ancestral home is Taiyuan and he has lived in Runzhou (now Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province). He once served as a foreign minister of the Ministry of Rites. He is good at poetry and calligraphy, and is good at seal script, official script, regular script, running script, and cursive calligraphy. Together with Su Shi, Huang Tingjian, and Cai Xiang, he is known as the four major calligraphers of the Song Dynasty. This volume is written in running script. The writing is quick and vigorous, dry and moist, and well-proportioned. Written in large cursive characters, he narrates his experience and experience in calligraphy from the Tang Dynasty, who had a glimpse of the Jin and Wei dynasties and traced bamboo slips, stone drum inscriptions, tripod inscriptions, etc. This volume is the second volume of the eighth volume of "Qunyutang Tie", which was collected by Sun Chengze, a collector in the Qing Dynasty. Now it has flowed into Japan and is collected by the Goto Museum of Art in Tokyo. This is an excellent book for copying calligraphy.