Nanchang's Haihunhou tomb once again yields a marvelous discovery. Researchers have pieced together the lacquered screen with the earliest depiction of Kongzi. What they discovered is that the screen had embedded within it a rectangular bronze mirror that served as a clothes mirror. The vertical mirror is 76 milimeters long and 46 milimeters wide. It also had a lacquered wood cover that would hide the mirror. On this cover is a prose-poem called a "Clothes Mirror Fu" 《衣镜赋》 and an image of Zhong Zi listening to the zither 钟子期听琴图.