Zhuangzi )or Chuang Tzu) is one of the most important texts in Daoism. Much longer, and very different from Laozi. It was written in the Zhou dynasty around the 4th century B.C. by the philosopher Zhuang Zhou. The book Zhuang Zi is a collection of 250 anecdotes, parables and fables. This selection of writings include translations of 122 of the best and most authentic stories told in the famous style of Zhuang Zi that is irreverent, intelligent, vivid, and humorous.