Shibi Chuanao 石壁傳奧, birth and death years unknown, left behind seven pieces of literary works such as the Fanwang Jing Ji 梵網經記, Huayan Jing Jin Guan Chao 華嚴經錦冠鈔 and so on. His works not only spread widely in China but also had great influence on Buddhism in Korea and Japan, and could also be found in Dunhuang literature. As one with solid foundation in Huayen, his works have a great significance to the survival and development of Huayen school after Zongmi 宗 密 , being an important figure connecting between Zongmi in Tang dynasty and Zixuan 子 璿 in Song dynasty. Other than Fanwang Jing Ji, which remains available both in Japan and Dunhuang as a complete version, the others of his works are known to the world only as fragments quoted. A quotation of Qixin Lun Sui Shu Ji 起信論隨疏記 was found in Qixin Lun Ben Shu Ting Ji Ji 起信論本疏聽集記 written by the Japanese Shungao 順高. From this citation, we can expressly understand his doctrinal classification and the sources of his model. In addition, we can also see features demonstrating how Zixuan altered Chuanao’s text as in Qixin Lun Sui Shu Ji.