In the thought-provoking book, Confucian Culture and Competition Law in East Asia, the author expertly navigates the delicate interplay between Western competition law principles and the rich tapestry of East Asian Confucian culture. This investigation provides readers with a fresh perspective on the numerous issues and ramifications that occur when Western legal systems are transplanted into culturally different environments. The book starts with a solid historical foundation, chronicling the beginnings of modern antitrust legislation in North America. This historical view provides a crucial context for readers to understand the global growth of competition law and its impact on East Asia. It deftly emphasises the global effect of United States and European Union competition policies, acknowledging differences while explaining their common roots in classical and neoclassical economic theories.