Confuzius started the fight against the sophists back then. After his death other sophists like Kung-sun Lung came and stated things like:
"The shadow of a flying bird doesn't move."
Ok, this sounds like Zenon's flying arrow argument so can follow that. Further he says that:
"A white horse isn't a horse."
Ok I found this one here, but what does:
"A brown horse and a dark ox are three together."
mean? An orginal reference or a standalone deduction of these hair-splitting logics would be nice...