Liang Hu settled the Wushi people in the Eastern Han Dynasty. The courtesy name is Meng Huang. Xiaolian was promoted to Lang, and during the Han Emperor's reign, he was appointed Minister of the Ministry of Education and appointed as the governor of Liangzhou. Liu Biao, the later lieutenant, returned to Cao Cao's army as a fake Sima. He was rarely good at books, and he was taught by teachers and officials. He was famous for being good at eight points. According to legend, Emperor Wu of the Wei Dynasty, Cao Cao, was very fond of Liang Hu's calligraphy. He hung it in the tent and nailed it to the wall to play with, thinking that he would be a good teacher and an official. Many of the inscriptions in Wei palaces were written by Liang Hu. Liang Yuan Ang's "Ancient and Modern Book Reviews" of the Southern Dynasties said: "Liang Hu's books are like Taizu forgetting to go to bed, and he is so sad when he looks at them." Yu Jianwu's "Shu Pin" says: "The Emperor Yu's writing skills have been exhausted, and the words are recorded in the account." It is listed as the top. It's worth tasting. Li Sizhen of the Tang Dynasty listed Liang Hu's calligraphy as the best in the "Shu Houpin", and commented: "Liang's stone calligraphy is as elegant and powerful as Wei (birth) and Cai (Yong)." Zhang Huaiguan's "Shuguan" volume listed Liang Hu's calligraphy as the best Taste. Wei Xu's "Mo Pi·Nine Grades of Calligraphers" lists Liang Hu's eight-point calligraphy as the best. Jin Weiheng's "Four Styles of Calligraphy" says: "Liang Hu should use big characters, and Handan Chun should use small characters. Hu said that Chun got (the king) Zhongfa, but Hu used his pen to make the best use of his power." The handwritten scripts handed down from ancient times include " "The Monument of Confucius in the Temple" was included in Song Hongshi's "Li Shi" and commented: "Wei Li has four precious steles. Hu's "The Monument of Xiu Confucius Temple" is the highest, and it has the writing style of "The Analects of Confucius".