Jiang Feng was born in the Yuan and Ming Dynasties, his birth and death dates are unknown. The courtesy name is Zhonghuan and the name is Ye Suzhai. A native of Yuyao, Zhejiang. In the 41st year of Wanli's reign, Guichou was a Jinshi, and he moved to the Imperial College. He once served as Prince Bao, served as a daily lecturer, and became the Minister of the Ministry of Rites. At that time, Wei Zhongxian was good at government. He compiled the important canons of the three dynasties, faked the power of eunuchs, used the pens of historians, and compiled chronicles without changing the dynasty. He did not write directly but added comments, falsely accused the previous emperor, and faked the entrustment of Chen. He ordered Feng Yuan to be his deputy. The president sighs every time he puts down his pen. Zhongxian hears about it in the morning and leaves in the evening, leaving him to live in peace. In the early days of Chongzhen, nine out of ten officials and ministers of the Ministry of Rites came back begging for money. Fengyuan was good at calligraphy, and he drew on many talents to come up with his own ideas. He was especially good at walking and grass. He was a man of many treasures. He is the author of "The Detailed Collection of Yu Gong" and "Selected Works of Zong Bo Gong".


Jiang Fengyuan's "Scroll of Five Rhymed Poems in Cursive Cursive"