Classic of Arts
The Classic of Arts (Chinese: 艺经, pinyin: Yi Jing) was a 3rd-century Chinese book written by Handan Chun on the various cultivated arts of ancient China. The book also briefly discussed some basics of the game of go, and it was the first to state the 9 Pin Zhi, a system for Go ranks and ratings. Although the earliest surviving complete manual on the game is the 6th century Dunhuang Go Manual.
- Cai, Zongqi (2004). Chinese aesthetics: the ordering of literature, the arts, and the universe in the Six Dynasties. University of Hawaii Press. p. 350. ISBN 0-8248-2791-0.
- MacKenzie, Collin and Irving L. Finkel, Asia Society. Museum, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (Smithsonian Institution) (2004). Asian games: the art of contest. Asia Society, original from University of Michigan. p. 188. ISBN 0-87848-099-4.
- Go in ancient China by John Fairbairn
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