Xiong He (1247-1312) was a major Confucian figure of the early Yuan period, and an outstanding representative of Fujian loyalists of the Southern Song, but records on his life are limited. The first section discusses Xiong He’s courtesy name and literary name, family background, dates, official career, scholastic lineage, ideas concerning scholarship, and writings, etc. The second section concentrates on the publication and transmission of his Wuxuan ji (Wuxuan collection). The third section discusses his poetry under six headings, including the Fujian School of Neo-Confucianism and Zhu Xi, governing the people and carrying out the Confucian way, Confucian teachings and setting up schools, contemporary events and the livelihood of the people, thoughts and feelings arising from landscape views, and thoughts and feelings arising from situations, and ends with a brief discussion of his use of allusion and choice of diction. The fourth section discusses the relationship between his poetry and regional culture under four topics: his description of the geography and history of the Fujian area, his continuation and transmission of the Fujian School of Neo-Confucianism, regional economy and products, and Mount Wuyi, the representative view of the region.