Zhuge Liang courtesy name Kongming, was a prime minister of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. He is recognised as the greatest and most accomplished strategist of his era, and has been compared to another great ancient Chinese strategist, Sun Tzu.
Often depicted wearing a Taoist robe and holding a hand fan made of crane feathers (called a ‘Kongming fan’ after him), Zhuge Liang was an important military strategist, statesman and accomplished scholar and inventor. His reputation as an intelligent and learned scholar grew even while he was living in relative seclusion, earning him the nickname “Wolong” or “Fulong” (both literally mean “Crouching Dragon”).
Zhuge Liang assisted Liu Bei and helped him through many difficult situations. Following his strategies, Liu Bei made an alliance with Sun Quan’s group and defeated Cao Cao’s troops in the Battle of Red Cliffs. Later, Liu Bei successfully captured Jingzhou, Yizhou and Hanzhong. With Zhuge’s assistance, Liu Bei appointed himself emperor in 221 and He was appointed as Cheng Xiang to preside over political affairs. In 223 when Liu Bei died, he was entrusted with Liu Bei’s son, Liu Shan.
The Dragon of the statue is the ultimate auspicious creature, which brings yang energy, protection and abundant good luck. The Dragon that Zhuge Liang rides is five-clawed – representing power and might that can only be harnessed by a gifted leader. The dragon is also shaped in the figure of 8, representing fortune for the rider of this dragon. This masterpiece is designed by a well-known Japanese artist Kimiya Masago who is one of the best designers from Koei!
Depicted carrying a feathered fan, the presence of the figurine of Zhuge Liang signifies victory and ensures your triumph over all your competition, be it a promotion or a project idea. He will open your mind to possibilities you thought were beyond your reach. Zhuge Liang will alert you to new ideas, new ways to out-rival your business competitors.
Display the Zhuge Liang statue in the study room or office. You can also place him in the North East sector of a bedroom to embellish the occupant’s educational and literary luck. The North East is the universal corner of education and knowledge, according to the Pakua Aspiration Trigram.
Display anywhere in your living room to enhance your career and academic luck throughout the year. Place the Great Zhuge Liang statue on a table or on a high level and avoid putting on the floor. For office, display this marvelous statue on your office table. Avoid putting inside your toilet or bathroom or facing to the toilet or bathroom. Facing into or out of the house or office has no significant effect.
This statue is perfect for corporate leaders, investors, businessmen, managers or any job where foresight to predict what your opponent’s next move is crucial.
(Height: 35.5 cm)
(Material: Porcelain, Clay, Ceramic Composite)
(Finish: Glass, Bronze Layer)
(Weight: ~4.5 kg)