Mo Shilong (1537-1587) got the word Yunqing engraved on the Mifu stone. He thought it was the word Yunqing, and later changed it to the word Tinghan. He was from Huating (now Songjiang, Shanghai). Like a loyal son. He was studying at the age of eight, with a few lines under his eyes. At the age of ten, he was a literary student and was known as a holy boy. Later he was a disciple of Bujun doctor. Gong poetry and ancient Chinese diction. The calligraphy of Zhong, Wang and Mi is finely crafted in small regular script, but it is too graceful and graceful. Huang Gongwang, a master of landscape painting, found a new path, which was upright and lush, with a unique charm. He is quite self-respecting and does not show off to others. Deep in the theory of painting, there is a volume on painting. He died nearly fifty years old. His biographical works include the scroll "Landscapes of Light Crimson for Shi Xiu", which is now in the Palace Museum; the scroll of "Landscapes" painted in the 45th year of Jiajing (1566) is in the Liaoning Provincial Museum; A poem titled: "Last night, the old dragon lined up at the gate of heaven, and the strange clouds rose and disappeared. At this time, the peaks were in chaos, and the vast silvery sea was wet with rain marks." The picture is recorded in the second volume of "Illustrated Catalog of the History of Chinese Painting"; "The Picture of the First Wave of Rain" flowed overseas. He is well versed in the theory of painting and has written a volume called "The Theory of Painting" and "Collection of Xiu Shi Zhai".

Wang Shizhen commented: "He walks with dignity and style." It is found that this cursive scroll does have a heroic spirit, and the pen and ink are freely swayed, vaguely revealing traces of imitating Mi Fu.

In the middle and late Ming Dynasty, the Wu School of Calligraphy, headed by Wen and Zhu, was the core of the calligraphy world. Dong Qichang came out, and this core moved eastward to Huating. Mo Long was also a bright person in the Huating sect. Dong Qichang once said: "Father and son calligraphers, since Xi and Xian, include Ouyang Xun, Ouyang Tong, Xu Qiaozhi, and Xu Hao. In this dynasty, my county's Mo Fangbo and his son Ting Han'er." He also praised Mo Yunqing's calligraphy. He said: "Tinghan was full of ups and downs, handsome and colorful, brewing various schools, and had unique ingenuity." The evaluation should be true.