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Zhuge Liang statue

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Zhuge Liang was a Taoist Chancellor of State and strategist in the 3 Kingdom period, who brought peace to the realms, elucidating proper behaviour and moral standard.
He simplified the administration and established timely, just policies, speaking frankly and sincerely..
In all affairs his administration was precise and penetrating, organising from the fundamentals, serving needs according to the true situation. He most detested deception.
He understood the Nature of Change and weather as shown in the beautiful Red Cliff movie..

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Zhuge Liang statue.. Zhuge Liang was a Taoist Chancellor of State and strategist, who brought peace to the realms, elucidating proper behavior and moral standard. He simplified the administration and established timely, just policies, speaking frankly and sincerely..In all affairs his administration was precise and penetrating, organising from the fundamentals, serving needs according to the true situation. He most detested deception. He understood the Nature of Change and weather as shown in the beautiful Red Cliff movie. ‘Have Zhuge In Your Corner’ Zhuge Liang (181-234) was a master military strategist and administrator of the Three Kingdoms era of China (184/220-280 AD). The Three Kingdoms era - the period of the demise of the great Han Dynasty, its fragmentation into little statelets and eventual coalescing into three kingdoms - was a period of great turmoil, war and disorder. Each statelet had to fight frantically with the others just to survive. It was ‘a period of the fang and the claw’: a reckless, mad, desperate, no-holds-barred ‘survival of the fittest’. Out of this crucible of carnage rose Zhuge Liang, widely acknowledged as The Master Strategist in an era abounding with master strategists. Such was his exploits that, it is said, ‘his name - even his surname alone - has become synonymous with intelligence, strategy and loyalty in Chinese culture’. Zhuge had incredible insight and clarity of vision. Long before it happened, while the Han Dynasty was still in its death throes, he predicted that it would fragment and eventually coalesce into three kingdoms. He also laid out a plan to gain control of one kingdom to work towards a reuniting of the country. This is his famous Longzhong Plan. Zhuge has incredible equanimity and courage. Left in an empty fort with no soldiers and facing a host of enemy soldiers, he played his zither on the fort battlements. The enemy general, listening to his flawless rendition, every note perfectly in place, fled in terror convinced of an ambush. This is his famous ‘Empty Fort Strategy’. Zhuge was incredibly loyal. When his king was on his deathbed, he asked Zhuge to be his successor instead of his own maudlin son. Zhuge refused this outright and remained loyal to the heir, limited though he might be. Zhuge achieved his legendary feats without compromising his honour and integrity. In parts of East Asia, Zhuge Liang has become something of a cult figure. For some in finance, business, even administration - each engaged in their own struggle of ‘survival of the fittest’ – a statue of Zhuge on a bookshelf or table is a source of solace and inspiration. In the midst of one’s struggles, gaze on Zhuge and be inspired by his legendary clarity of vision and decisiveness, his ‘grace under pressure’, his resilience and integrity in the midst of relentless turmoil. Get a statue of Zhuge Liang, place it on your bookshelf or table. Perhaps we can do no better than to have Zhuge in your corner...fine detail in thick brass....height-18cms.[7"].; span-8.5cms.[3.5"].; depth-7.5cms.[3"]...

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