Strategic advice made relevant and usable: Eva Wong adapted this material for a course she is teaching, and the result is wonderfully accessible. The sayings/strategies are short and pithy, and the way Wong unpacks them is invaluable—with fascinating historical context and her pointed, accessible advice on how to use them.
Guidance on risk assessment and selecting strategies: Wong covers three categories of strategy—proactive, reactive, and desperate—and six approaches: strategies for winning, strategies for deceiving the opponent, strategies for attacking, strategies that take advantage of chaos and confusion, strategies of sabotage, and strategies for desperate conditions. She covers risk assessment to help readers determine the best approach.
Expert author: Eva Wong is renowned for her translations of Chinese classics and Taoist texts, including A Master Course in Feng-Shui, Tales of the Taoist Immortals, and Taoism: An Essential Guide.
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