"Inscription on Brick Pagoda" This post is said to have been written by Wang Jingke. Wang Jingke lived during the reign of Emperor Gaozong of the Tang Dynasty. His only surviving work is "Wang Jingshi's Brick Pagoda Inscription". His style is thin, broad, relaxed and smooth, making it the best work among regular script inscriptions. It is also said that "it is light, smooth and sharp, making it easy to write calligraphy". Wang Jingke learned calligraphy from Chu Suiliang, and his calligraphy is mainly dignified and elegant, but there are also dangerous places. The pen is more square than round, the flow is beautiful and flying, and the changes in weight and weight are extremely rich. Observing the whole article, there is both the momentum of large characters and the elegance of small regular characters. Therefore, if you study large regular script, you can choose its sharpness; if you make small regular script, you can choose its free and unrestrained style, which will make regular script have a special interest. It can even increase its literary quality and break its rigidity.