Mi Fu's "Qinghe Tie" running script. Paper. 28.3 cm in length and 38.5 cm in width. Collection of the National Palace Museum in Taipei.

Mi Fu's "Qinghe Tie", also known as "Child Slips to Mr. Dou". Paper, eight lines of running script, dated in May of the second year of Chongning, Emperor Huizong of the Northern Song Dynasty (1103). This post has been collected by Xiang Zijing, Da Chongguang and others. "Qinghe Tie" is one of Mi Fu's masterpieces. It is written in a chic and elegant way, not exciting or inspiring, and the writing style is relatively reserved. Compared with other posts, it is much gentler, but the weight of the strokes is always contrasting, and the shape of the characters changes side by side. , which adds a bit of elegance to this post.

Fu Qi. I have admired you for a long time,
Xia Xu is peaceful,
How is daily life? Decline
Called, can't stay long, Fu Wei
cherish. One dendrobium of rice will be slightly
Meaning, light and fresh. Yu Wei
Add love, add love. Fu paused.
Mr. Dou is waiting on your right.