Mi Fu's "Zhen Su Tie", cursive script on paper, 28.6 cm in length and 21 cm in width, collected by the National Palace Museum in Taipei.

  "Zhensu Tie" and "Forbidden City Dharma Book" were written as "Shu Chi Shou Wu".
  Huangshan Valley's "Baojiang Ginkgo Tie" contains the phrase "two catties of Yongsu", so we know that "Zhensu" is produced in Zhenzhou.
  "History of the Song Dynasty Huizong Ji 2": "(July of the fourth year of Chongning) Xinchou established four auxiliary counties. Yingchang Prefecture was the southern prefecture, Xiangyi County was the east auxiliary, Zhengzhou was the west auxiliary, and Chanzhou was the northern auxiliary. "Assistant." The post has "Hu Xifu", so the book became clear after that. This person is Hu Zonghui, the son of Hu Su. The original biography of "History of the Song Dynasty": "Brother Zong became a party member, and Zong returned to the county. Where did he live and die? It is recorded that he insisted on sticking to Huang and Shan, and he started to know Qinzhou. He became a Privy Council scholar, and moved to Yongxing, Zhengzhou, and Chengdu. The German army returned to work and went away. Daguan was killed." Wu Tingxie's "Bei Chan Sutra Fu Chronology" dates from the fifth year of Chongning when the Hu family learned that the German army was established, so this is the lower limit of "Zhensu".
  Hu Zonghui, courtesy name Chunfu, was born in Jinling, Changzhou, and was Su Congzi. With Yin Dengdi as editor, Shao Shengchu learned about Guizhou through Zhilong Tuge, and entered Baowen Pavilion to be appointed as Xihe Commander. A Zhang, a member of the Qiang clan, rebelled. Zong sent his generals back to fight against him, but they were all defeated and killed. Therefore, Qin Xifu, the transfer judge, proposed to abandon Huangshan, but Zong Hui refused. The Hui clan abandoned Shanzhou, seized the clan and returned to Qizhou. The fierce clan became a member of the party, and the clan returned to the county. Where did he live and die? He recorded his proposal to stick to Huangshan. He became aware of Qinzhou and became a Privy Councilor. He died in Daguan and was given silver to Dr. Qing Guanglu.
  Before Mi Fu entered the capital and obtained a doctorate in calligraphy and painting, he either lived in Runzhou or was inactive as an official. The only way to get to Beijing from Runzhou is by water, and there is no way to rest on the Xijiang River, so why not go straight north? Tie Yun said that "one army marches on land". Since it can be used for military service, it must be done without doing anything. This post is dated from July to the end of the fourth year of Chongning.

A pound of really crispy food, the major general has a slight thought and wants to put it away
Some fruits are gone, and another soldier is in trouble by land.
Will. I have received instructions from the capital, Su is the
Sent by Hu Xifu. Emperor Fu paused in fear.
Mr. Yu is very happy and we will be happy together.