Translation: Save yourself the trouble, just take a step and ask for comfort. Multiple sheets. Thinking about the love at a single step, the scholars in Wuchang are also far away from officialdom. Take one step at a time and take care of everything. Do you want to ask several questions at the same time? The old woman's illness is instantaneous, she saves her life, and she is constantly worried. I am safe and sound. Contentment is enough.

"Yuanhuan Tie" is also called "Provincial Farewell Tie". It is a letter in Wang Xizhi's cursive script "Seventeen Posts". Huang Bosi (1079-1118) of the Song Dynasty believed that the letters in "Seventeen Posts" were all written to Zhou Yizhou.

Press, Zhou Yizhou, named Fu. He is the son of Zhou Fang, who has been related to the Wang family for many generations, and is related by marriage to Tao Kan. (Kan Zizhan married Zhou Wumei as his wife) The letter mentions that "all the disciples in Wuchang also lived far away in officialdom", which is believed to refer to Tao Kan. Tao Kan (257-332) guarded Wuchang in his later years, that is, in the fifth year of Xianhe (330). Zhou Fu went to Wuchang at that time, and later moved to build and oversee Badong and governor of Yizhou. It was also the time when Yu Liang and Yu Ji were in town in Wuchang. The Right Army joined Yu Liang's military affairs in the ninth year of Xianhe (332), and was most closely associated with Zhou Fu at that time. Therefore, this letter should be addressed to Zhou Fu before and after it.

This post first appeared in Volume 10 of "Fa Shu Yao Lu", Secretary of the Right Army. "Xuanhe Shupu" is called "Yuanhuan Tie". It is also engraved in Volume 6 of "Chunhua Pavilion Tie"; "Daguan Tie", "Ding Tie", "Baoxian Tang Tie" and "Qingcheng Tie" (Sun Chengze's version) have all been engraved. During the Daoguang period of the Qing Dynasty, Ye Zhishen obtained Wang Xianzhi's "Pear Sending Note" and put it on the stone together with it. Later Yang Shoujing also engraved it in his "Ninsu Garden Dharma Notes".

In the Northern Song Dynasty, he entered the inner palace of Daguan and Xuanhe. There are various seals of Daguan and Xuanhe. The first volume is a thin gold bookmark of Huizong Zhao Ji with a double dragon square seal on it, which is specially used for ancient calligraphy. Later, he entered the inner palace of Jin Mingchang and the Zhang family of Beiyan, and later returned to Jia Sidao. It was collected by Xiang Yuanbian of Xiushui in the Ming Dynasty, and passed to the collection of Geng Huihou and An Qi in the Qing Dynasty. It was recorded in "Mo Yuan Hui Guan" and was compiled as a Tang Dynasty Gou Tomb Edition. He entered the imperial palace of the Qing Dynasty, but did not bear the collection seal of the imperial palace, so there is no record of it in Shiqu. It is now in the Palace Museum. It has been successively included in the album of authentic works of King Xizhi of the Jin Dynasty.