Shi (January 8, 1037 - August 24, 1101) was also named "Hozhong" and "Gushi of Dongpo", which is known as "Su Dongpo". Han nationality, Meishan in Meizhou (now Meishan in Sichuan, Meishan in Northern Song Dynasty) is a native of Luancheng. The famous prose writer, calligrapher and painter, poet and poet of the Northern Song Dynasty are the representatives of the bold and unconstrained Ci School. Su Xun, his father, and Su Ru, his younger brother, are called the "three Su" among the Eight Great Masters of Tang and Song Dynasties. Su Shi was Su Shu's second son (Su Shu's eldest son died), and in 1057 (Jiayou two years), he joined his brother Su Zhe as a scholar. One of the Eight Great Masters of Tang and Song Dynasties. "Drinking Lake after the first sunshine" is an ancient poem describing the West Lake that no one can surpass. When it comes to Chibi Fu, most people know that it is a masterpiece written by Su Dongpo, a literary hero of the Northern Song Dynasty. It can even recite "the breeze slowly comes, the water waves are not prosperous" or "the world can not be seen from its own changes, then the world can not be seen in an instant; from its own unchanged, things and I are endless, and how envious!" Wait for a popular clip. However, many people may not know that Su Shi wrote two pieces of Red Cliff Fu altogether. What we learned was only the first one, commonly known as "The former Red Cliff Fu". She also had a sister piece, called "The Post Red Cliff Fu". Today, we'll talk about this post-Chibi Fu. Su Shi was still confused when he wrote Hou Chibi Fu. But confronted with confusion, he is gradually becoming mature. He will eventually abandon his persistence and become the legendary "mature" Su Dongpo: "Maturity is a bright but not dazzling glory, a mellow but not greasy ear sound, a calmness that no longer needs to be observed by others, an atmosphere that finally stops appealing to the surroundings, a smile that ignores the noise, a kind of indifference that washes away extremes, a kind of thick without voice, a kind of height that is not steep."