Suo Jing's "Yueyi Tie" rubbings on ink paper, length 28.1cm, width 13.8cm (half-open)

"Yue Yi Tie" is said to have been written by Suo Jing. It is a famous ancient cursive work with strict rules and majestic momentum.

"Yugang Zhai Mo Miao" dharma calligraphy, engraved in the 39th year of Wanli in the Ming Dynasty (1611). It is based on the writings of famous writers in Wei, Jin, Tang and Song Dynasties, and consists of ten volumes in total. Wang Kentang copied it, and Guan Siqing engraved it. The imitation is exquisite and graceful, making it a famous engraving in the Ming Dynasty.