Unearthed in Dunhuang during the Tang Dynasty, ink on paper, 27.8 cm in length, 412.1 cm in length, others unknown
Collection of Tokyo National Museum, Japan

"Liu Zi", which was collected from ancient books and compiled comprehensively, was originally included in "Tang Zhi", and the compiler was ominous.

This volume is a fragment unearthed from Dunhuang and is believed to have been written in the late Tang Dynasty. Both the front and back parts are missing, and only the part from the third chapter "Quqing" to the ninth chapter "Sishun" remains. There are about 16 to 17 characters written in one line, and it can be seen that the ink used is red.