Xu Hao (703--782), whose courtesy name was Ji Hai, received calligraphy from his father. Less and fresh, it goes with Chu and Xue on the shoulders; it becomes old and heavy in the later years, and the essence is Xi and Xian. Its main book can be said to be wonderful and wonderful, with eight points, truth and practice all in it. It is said in the Book of Taste: The person who is as colorful as an eagle and flies violently to the heavens has strong bones and fierce energy; the person who is soaring a hundred steps with the color as the eagle is rich in flesh but weak in strength. If the algae is shining and soaring high, it is like a phoenix of books. Therefore, Haozhi is a book. His knowledge is sharp inside and his beauty is revitalized outside. He has the tools of a gentleman. There are forty-two screens in the Tasting Book, all of which are prepared in eight styles. The ten figures of "The new wind moves the autumn grass, and the horses beside them have their hearts to return." Experts commented: "An angry cat picks at the stone, and a thirsty horse rushes to the spring." It is especially loved by Sikong Tu. I tasted another volume of "Shupu" and regretted not seeing it. There were many Gongshu writers in the Tang Dynasty, and the only one who wanted to be named Sanye's heir was Xu Shiyun. He promoted the Ming Dynasty and was a member of the Su Zhongshu family. He wrote many edicts from all directions, and his words were clever. His calligraphy was exquisite, and the emperor was pleased with it. He also read the royal decree and favored him every inch. During the reign of Emperor Daizong, he was granted the title of Duke of Kuaiji County. He went out to visit Lingnan during the festival, and became the Minister of the Ministry of Civil Affairs. He also served in Mingzhou. At the beginning of Emperor Dezong's reign, he was called to be the Fu of Prince Peng and became the Duke of the county. When he died at the age of eighty, he presented it to the prince and grand master, Yi said: Ding. Zi Xian is also good at walking grass. Shi Manqing obtained the stone carvings and praised them many times.

Appreciation of works: Monk Bu Kong Monument and Chen Shangxian’s epitaph