Wang Xizhi's cursive script "Sitting Alone" 

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Wang Xizhi's cursive script "Solitary Sitting Tie" clarifies the text 


Wang Xizhi's cursive script "Sitting alone" (with commentary)

Wang Xizhi's cursive script "Solitary Sitting Tie", 4 lines, 35 characters. 

Explanation: Know Bi Naier. Cut it! You are sitting alone, but you have worries. Hang far, can't send people. And I have no intention of going back for a long time, if I go, I should look south at you and others.         

   The general idea of ​​the post is: Knowing that this is the case there, I am worried. You are the leader of one party, so you are very sad about this. Too far apart to send people there. I no longer have the intention of staying for a long time, so I will go to the government as I wish, and I will come south to visit you. 

According to the content of the post, Wang Xizhi was still in charge of the internal history of Kuaiji when he wrote this Tong Chido, so the time of writing this post should not be later than March of the eleventh year of Yonghe (355). In the post, there is a phrase "I have no long-term intention to return, so I will go", which seems to be not long before Wang Xizhi's resignation. This post is also collected and engraved in "Daguan Tie", "Jiang Tie" and "Clarifying Tang Tie".

   Wang Xizhi (321-379, or 303-361), courtesy name Yishao, nicknamed Danzhai, was originally from Langya Linyi (now Shandong), and later moved to Shanyin (now Shaoxing, Zhejiang), and became a general of the Youjun, an internal history of Kuaiji , a great calligrapher in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, was revered as a calligrapher by later generations. Wang Xizhi's official to the general of the Youjun, the internal history of Kuaiji, is known as "Wang Youjun". He was born in a prominent family in the Jin Dynasty. When Wang Xizhi was twelve years old, his father taught him the theory of brushwork. When he was a child, he learned calligraphy from Mrs. Wei, a famous female calligrapher at that time. Later, he traveled to famous mountains in the north of the Yangtze River, and learned from others' strong points. Zhang Zhi, a master of cursive calligraphy, was able to learn from Zhong Yao in his official script. Observing and studying the "law of a group of people to form a family" has reached the height of "Guiyue group products, ancient and modern".