Wang Xingman was born during the reign of Emperor Gaozong. Gong Zhengshu, there is no evidence of his deeds, the date of his birth and death is unknown, and the official went to the door to record the affairs. Calligraphy originated from Ou Yu. It is elegant, gentle and full of power. The "Stele Stele Preface to the Holy Religions of the Two Emperors of the Tang Dynasty" at Guzhaoti Temple in Fudi Town, Yanshi City, Henan Province was created by him. This stele is engraved on stone by Shen Daoyuan, with Yangwen seal on the forehead, and the main text of the stele. It is 2.44 meters high and 1.04 meters wide. The pen is square and dense, and it is graceful. The Zhaoling Museum in Liquan County, Shaanxi Province has the "Zhou Hu Stele", which was unearthed from the Zhaoling tomb in 1974. The inscription has 35 lines and 80 characters, written by Xu Jingzong. Famous experts commented that Wang Xingman's writing on this stele was "dignified and elegant, with an independent style besides Ouyang Xun, Yu Shinan, and Chu Suiliang." Among the works handed down from generation to generation are the "Stele of Han Zhongliang" and so on.


Wang Xingman's "Han Zhongliang Stele" (part) written by Yu Zhining, erected on March 14, the 6th year of Tang Yonghui's reign (655)