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In 1973, an excavation at a noble's tomb in Mawangdui, China, uncovered a collection of ancient Chinese brush-written silk texts buried in 168 B.C. These texts included the ancient versions of the long lost cornerstones of Chinese culture, philosophy and military strategy.
This new translation of a well-known Chinese classic contains more than fifty percent new material.