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    36 Strategems for War. The most famous Chinese war theories used for thousands of years, made of hand carved jade, with silk mat and wood frame. Artifact reproduction framed in wood shadowbox. Create using treated squared popsicle sticks or polymer clay. Each stick is a complete idea/concept/word.

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