Wu Bin, a painter of Ming Dynasty, wrote a composition about Zhong Zhong, the monk of Nuo Zhi'an, the owner of Zhi Yin'an, whose birth and death date is unknown. Putian (now Fujian) is a native and lives in Jinling (now Nanjing, Jiangsu). Zhu Yijun, Shenzong, was summoned by Wanli (1573-1620), and was appointed to be the director of the Ministry of Government and Work. He is good at drawing figures and Buddha statues. Strange aspirations, people of all ages, self-made portal. White sketch is especially good, out of the specifications of Tang and Song dynasties, with elegant brushwork, and Xiuhuang Qianjiao Qianzhen Mo Li Li School of literati painting along the way, the painting in his later years, removed part of the strange form, tended to be soft and concise. Wu Bin's Five Hundred Arhats is Wu Bin's work for Qixia Temple in Nanjing. The painting is silk. There is a picture of Arhats in the Palace Museum in Taipei. At the end of the volume, there is a picture of "Wanli Xin Chou Chun Jing, which is dedicated to Qixia Zen Temple, and Zhiyin An Toutuo Wu Bin", which may be made by Qixia Temple. In addition, there are two old books in the Qing Palace. One is Wu Bin's imitation of Li Gonglin's Five Hundred Arhats, which is titled "Dragon-like Sleeping Brushwork". The other is the color painting "Five Hundred Arhats". The other is "Zhiyintuo Wu Binzhai's Heart-worshiping Writing". It is Wu Bin's own creation.