Sun Tzu Art of War
Material: Earth Material,
Natural Crystal Chips, Paper Scroll
The Sun Tzu Art of War
is an ancient Chinese military treatise attributed to Sun Tzu, a
high-ranking military general, strategist and tactician. The text
is composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect
of warfare. It is commonly known to be the definitive work on military
strategy and tactics of its time. It has been the most famous and
influential of China's Seven Military Classics, and "for the last
two thousand years it remained the most important military treatise
in Asia, where even the common people knew it by name." It has had
an influence on Eastern and Western military thinking, business
tactics, legal strategy and beyond.
The Scrolls of the Art of War are kept inside an elegant Minister
Hat, a symbol of authority, power, wealth and success. On the other
hand, the Seven Treasures Crystal Chips represent wealth blossoming
Suitable for those seeking for success in business, triumph in competition,
good examination results and advancement in career, this Minister
Hat is best displayed at your own desk. In ancient china, promotion
is only associated to either
1. passing the imperial examination and becoming a court official.
2. gaining higher hierarchy in the governmental official hierarchy.
In the olden days, when a candidate achieves one of those successes,
it is the Minister Hat that will be paraded through the village
of the candidate as an honour from the emperor. That being the reason
why this is the symbol of success.
The Minister Hat with Sun Tzu Art of War promises:
1. Top promotion being achieved.
2. Top achievement award being won.
3. Triumph in a competitive environment.
4. Success in business.
5. Upward Mobility
More about Sun Tzu Art of War
Sun Tzu considered war as a necessary evil
that must be avoided whenever possible. The war should be fought
swiftly to avoid economic losses: "No long war ever profited any
country: 100 victories in 100 battles is simply ridiculous. Anyone
who excels in defeating his enemies triumphs before his enemy's
threats become real". According to the book, one must avoid massacres
and atrocities because this can provoke resistance and possibly
allow an enemy to turn the war in his favor. For the victor, "the
best policy is to capture the state intact; it should be destroyed
only if no other options are available". Sun Tzu emphasized the
importance of positioning in military strategy. The decision to
position an army must be based on both objective conditions in the
physical environment and the subjective beliefs of other, competitive
actors in that environment. He thought that strategy was not planning
in the sense of working through an established list, but rather
that it requires quick and appropriate responses to changing conditions.
Planning works in a controlled environment; but in a changing environment,
competing plans collide, creating unexpected situations. Leaders
as diverse as Mao Zedong, General Vo Nguyen Giap, General Douglas
MacArthur and leaders of Imperial Japan have drawn inspiration from
How to place the Minister Hat with
Sun Tzu Art of War?
In today's competitive environment where
the annual focal assessment is a major concern, having the Minister
Hat will benefit those who desire to win over the tough competition
in office and triumph with victory. Display the Minister Hat in
the north sector of your living room or on your work desk to improve
your career luck and to enable easier promotional opportunities
with real salary increment. There is no point having a promotion
with no increment. One can also display it at his personal "sheng
chi" direction according to his "kua number". It will also
help one gather more support from subordinates and peers, besides
having more command over difficult employees. Relationships with
peers will be smoothen and friends will become more abundant.
This will result in joyful wealth improvement. The Minister Hat
is suitable for those who are ambitious and seeking to climb up
the career ladder.