A modern exposition
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Only enter the battles you know you can win. Know how to deceive the enemy – appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak. These are some of the key principles from The Art of War, the definitive text on military strategy and warfare, written by the Chinese general Sun Tzu around 500 BC. This hugely influential text is not just a military one; it goes beyond – encompassing philosophy and life strategy, to inspiring tales from companies, managers, athletes and generals who overcome their competition.  

Sam Hua, bestselling author on Ancient Chinese philosophy and wisdom, provides a revised interpretation on the writings of 11 important Chinese scholars. He provides today’s reader with a thorough understanding of the text, both in its original context and how it can be applied in modern times. 

Sam Hua
Sam Hua’s Chinese edition of Sun Tzu’s Art of War has sold over 500,000 copies and has remained in the bestseller charts for the past two years. Sam has additionally published three other titles on Chinese philosophy and wisdom, a business book (Super Signs), and is co-founder and chairman of Shanghai H&H. 

Price: £19.99
Hardback ISBN: 978-1-912555-93-2 
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-911671-32-9
Format: 234 x 156 mm
Number of pages: 552
Territories: World
Rights: All