Xiao He's birth year is unknown, but he died in the second year of Emperor Hui of the Western Han Dynasty (? 193). A native of Peixian County. It turned out that Pei was in charge of the officials, and at the end of Qin Dynasty, Liu Bang, the great ancestor of Han Dynasty, launched an army to rebel against Qin. After the Han army attacked Xianyang. Xiao He did not take the gold and silk. It is collected exclusively from the Law and Order Books of the Qin Prime Minister's Mansion. During the dispute between Chu and Han, Xiao He often guarded the pass and transferred the money to the army, so there was no shortage in the army. When Liu Bang proclaimed himself emperor, he was the first to be granted the title of Marquis of Feng due to his merits, and paid homage to the Prime Minister; he died and was given the posthumous title. He is especially good at signing letters and writing with a bald pen. The "Bi Zhen Tu" written by Yang Xin in the Southern Dynasties says: Xiao He was "deeply good at brushwork, and he discussed the use of brushes with Zhang Yufang, Chen Yin and others." It is also said that "Xiao He" is the front hall, and Tan Si March inscribed it on his forehead. , the viewer is like running water." Tang Weixu's "Mo Sou Jiupin Shuren Lun" lists his signatures and official scripts, among them. Song Seng Shizhi's "The Story of the Golden Pot" says: Xiao He "used his back brush to calligraphy clothes and was particularly skilled at it." His writings on calligraphy include "On the Power of Calligraphy", and "Brushwork in the Four Dynasties of Qin, Han, Wei and Four Dynasties" written by Song Chensi's "Book Garden Jinghua" Volume 1 states: Said: "The method of calligraphy is like entering a battle formation. It is flexible and in front of the wrist. The civil and military forces are used in the pen. The in and out must be leaned on, and the opening and closing are borrowed from yin and yang. Whenever you want to write words, it is like the following camp. Think carefully before you can use it. The pen. The author's heart is also the ink, the hand is the ink, and the calligraphy is the intention. It is natural and wonderful." The author of "Nine Chapters" has been lost. There are biographies in Volume 53 of "Historical Records" and Volume 39 of "Hanshu".