Su Che (1039-1112), also known as Ziyou, was born in Meishan, Meizhou (now Meishan County, Sichuan Province), and was also known as Yingbin Yilao. One of the Eight Great Masters of the Tang and Song Dynasties, he was known as the "Three Sus" together with his father Su Xun and brother Su Shi. During the reign of Emperor Shenzong of the Song Dynasty, he served as a bachelor of the Hanlin Academy, Youcheng of the Shangshu, and a minister of his sect. His literary achievements were mainly in prose.


Inscriptions and postscripts on Huaisu's autobiography, collected by the National Palace Museum in Taipei

  Su Che's calligraphy is rare, and this postscript is suspected to be forged by later generations. From this postscript, it can be seen that he was influenced by his brother Su Shi and Huang Luzhi. Talent will appear inferior.