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This article is about a book about a Chinese board game. For the Artist, see Xiang Jing (artist).
Xiang Jing (Chinese 象经, literally "elephant enduring", short for "xiangqi enduring") is a book about a Chinese board game. Xiang Jing was written in 569 CE by Emperor Wu of Northern Zhou, who was a great fan of race games.
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