Strategies from the Three Kingdoms
ABOUT THE BOOK
The Three Kingdoms, a foremost Chinese historical novel, has exemplified famous enactments in military strategies:
-Leave one side of the net open
-Lure the tiger out of the mountain
-Murder with a borrowed knife
-Chain the enemy with a fleet of boats
Such stratagems are also depicted in the award-winning movie production Red Cliff, which celebrates the ingenuity of the strategist Zhuge Liang against the schemes and wiles of commander Cao Cao.