The author interprets and annotates The Art of War based on his academic background and life experience. The book is divided into three parts. The first part analyzes the connotations and significance of traditional Chinese culture in the new era. The second part introduces, annotates, and interprets the 13 original texts of The Art of War. The third part quotes the Biography of Sun Tzu in the Records of the Grand Historian, and analyzes the popularity and influence of The Art of War in Japan, France, British, the United States, and other countries. In general, the book presents the essence of The Art of Warr—which represents Chinese wisdom—in an all-dimensional manner. By studying Chinese cultural and ideological resources, it provides readers with paths to analyzing and solving problems.