Bishu Lu Chong (1279-1338), named Zihui and Jutan, was a Jurchen from Long'an, and his home was Shunyang, Dengzhou (now northwest of Deng County, Henan Province). As he grew older, he studied diligently, and later became his teacher, Xiao Keweng, who was newly named in Jiangxi Province. "History of the Yuan Dynasty" records: Chong's original name was Siwen, with the courtesy name Bohe. Keweng changed his name to him because he dreamed of a big bird flying into the sky the night before.

At the end of Dade, he was recommended to teach Confucianism in Xiangyang County and was promoted to Bianliang Road Confucian orthodoxy. He promoted Hanlin to compile and compile, and also changed Zuo Sidu's affairs. Lei Qian was the supervisory censor, a scholar of Jixianzhi, and also a minister of state. He served as governor of Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces and held political affairs posts. He is the author of Jutan Collection. There is a biography in "History of the Yuan Dynasty. Biography".

Chongji asked Hongbo, and his articles were simple, elegant, and deeply in line with ancient methods. Calligraphy is of great importance. When he was in Shangdu, he "tried to write inscriptions according to the imperial edict". The ink traces passed down from generation to generation can be seen in a running script inscription and postscript at the end of Huang Tingjian's "Songfeng Pavilion Poetry Volume".


Postscript to a poem from Huang Tingjian's "Songfeng Pavilion Poetry Volume", running script on paper, collected by the National Palace Museum, Taipei

For information, please refer to "Twenty-Four Histories, History of the Yuan Dynasty and Biographies"