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889 Sayings of Chinese Origin

1. "You always win by not saying the things you don't have to say." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

You always win by not saying the things you don't have to say. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

2. "The longer the night lasts, the more our dreams will be." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The longer the night lasts, the more our dreams will be. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

3. "All things seem difficult at first." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

All things seem difficult at first. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

4. "The doorway to charity is difficult to open and difficult to close." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The doorway to charity is difficult to open and difficult to close. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

5. "Man who waits for roast duck to fly into mouth must wait very, very long time." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Man who waits for roast duck to fly into mouth must wait very, very long time. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

6. "Crows everywhere are equally black." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Crows everywhere are equally black. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

7. "Better do a good deed near at home than go far away to burn incense." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better do a good deed near at home than go far away to burn incense. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

8. "A sharp tongue or pen can kill without a knife." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A sharp tongue or pen can kill without a knife. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

9. "It is difficult to repay the gifts you get at a wedding or a funeral." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is difficult to repay the gifts you get at a wedding or a funeral. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

10. "The less power a man has, the more he likes to use it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The less power a man has, the more he likes to use it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

11. "If you have two loaves of bread, sell one and buy a lily." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you have two loaves of bread, sell one and buy a lily. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

12. "With true friends, even water drunk together is sweet enough." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

With true friends, even water drunk together is sweet enough. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

13. "Don't look back when you are walking along the edge of a wall." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't look back when you are walking along the edge of a wall. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

14. "When the heart is at ease, the body is healthy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When the heart is at ease, the body is healthy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

15. "Weaklings never forgive their enemies." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Weaklings never forgive their enemies. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

16. "Never try to prove what nobody doubts." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Never try to prove what nobody doubts. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

17. "He who could foresee affairs three days in advance would be rich for thousands of years." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who could foresee affairs three days in advance would be rich for thousands of years. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

18. "Those who despise money will eventually sponge on their friends." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Those who despise money will eventually sponge on their friends. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

19. "One generation builds the street on which the next will walk." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One generation builds the street on which the next will walk. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

20. "Plan your year in the spring, your day at dawn." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Plan your year in the spring, your day at dawn. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

21. "Away from home they look at your clothes. At home they look at what is under them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Away from home they look at your clothes. At home they look at what is under them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

22. "The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

23. "Talking doesn't get your rice cooked." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Talking doesn't get your rice cooked. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

24. "From Nanking to Beijing, buyers are never as smart as the sellers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

From Nanking to Beijing, buyers are never as smart as the sellers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

25. "Great souls have wills; feeble ones have only wishes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Great souls have wills; feeble ones have only wishes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

26. "A whitewashed crow soon shows black again." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A whitewashed crow soon shows black again. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

27. "Great things can be reduced to small things, and small things can be reduced to nothing." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Great things can be reduced to small things, and small things can be reduced to nothing. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

28. "No guests at home, no hosts abroad." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No guests at home, no hosts abroad. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

29. "He who cheats the earth will be cheated by the earth." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who cheats the earth will be cheated by the earth. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

30. "The spirit of women is made of quicksilver; their heart of wax." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The spirit of women is made of quicksilver; their heart of wax. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

31. "Look for a thing until you find it and you'll not lose your labor." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Look for a thing until you find it and you'll not lose your labor. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

32. "Better lean and good than fat and evil." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better lean and good than fat and evil. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

33. "Just as a medicine may not cure a serious illness, wine will certainly not dispel your grief." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Just as a medicine may not cure a serious illness, wine will certainly not dispel your grief. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

34. "Get the coffin ready and watch the man mend." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Get the coffin ready and watch the man mend. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

35. "Be skeptical; long garments can also hide big feet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Be skeptical; long garments can also hide big feet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

36. "Present to the eye, present to the mind." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Present to the eye, present to the mind. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

37. "No matter how tall the mountain, it cannot block out the sun." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how tall the mountain, it cannot block out the sun. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

38. "Always leave a little room for a mistake." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Always leave a little room for a mistake. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

39. "The water that bears the ship is the same that engulfs it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The water that bears the ship is the same that engulfs it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

40. "A red-nosed man may not be a drunkard, but he will always be called one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A red-nosed man may not be a drunkard, but he will always be called one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

41. "One never accuses without a little bit of lying." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One never accuses without a little bit of lying. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

42. "It is as impossible to find a perfect man as it is to find 100 percent pure gold." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is as impossible to find a perfect man as it is to find 100 percent pure gold. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

43. "No matter how big the sea may be, sometimes two ships meet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how big the sea may be, sometimes two ships meet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

44. "No horse can wear two saddles." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No horse can wear two saddles. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

45. "Though talking face to face, their hearts are a thousand miles apart." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Though talking face to face, their hearts are a thousand miles apart. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

46. "The wise man doesn't say what he does but he never does what can't be said." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The wise man doesn't say what he does but he never does what can't be said. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

47. "The flowers in your garden don't smell as sweet as those in the wild, but they last much longer." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The flowers in your garden don't smell as sweet as those in the wild, but they last much longer. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

48. "Who arrives in the darkness departs as night falls." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Who arrives in the darkness departs as night falls. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

49. "Runaway son, a shining jewel; runaway daughter, tarnished." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Runaway son, a shining jewel; runaway daughter, tarnished. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

50. "Clumsy birds have need of early flight." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Clumsy birds have need of early flight. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

51. "You can be cautious about the future but not the past." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

You can be cautious about the future but not the past. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

52. "Practice what you preach." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Practice what you preach. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

53. "A satisfied man is happy even if he is poor; a dissatisfied man is sad even if he is rich." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A satisfied man is happy even if he is poor; a dissatisfied man is sad even if he is rich. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

54. "The cure of ignorance is study, as meat is that of hunger." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The cure of ignorance is study, as meat is that of hunger. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

55. "Among ten matchmakers only nine will lie." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Among ten matchmakers only nine will lie. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

56. "If you share a man's wealth, try to lessen his misfortune." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you share a man's wealth, try to lessen his misfortune. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

57. "To know the road ahead, ask those coming back." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To know the road ahead, ask those coming back. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

58. "Women never praise without gossiping." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Women never praise without gossiping. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

59. "The farmer hopes for rain, the walker hopes for sunshine, and the gods hesitate." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The farmer hopes for rain, the walker hopes for sunshine, and the gods hesitate. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

60. "Once on a tiger's back, it is hard to alight." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Once on a tiger's back, it is hard to alight. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

61. "If there be no faith in our words, of what use are they?" (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If there be no faith in our words, of what use are they? (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

62. "He who is sure of his victory will not start a war." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is sure of his victory will not start a war. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

63. "There are always ears on the other side of the wall." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There are always ears on the other side of the wall. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

64. "A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

65. "Win your lawsuit and lose your money." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Win your lawsuit and lose your money. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

66. "The rich man plans for tomorrow, the poor man for today." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The rich man plans for tomorrow, the poor man for today. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

67. "love at first sight. It's generally used for people, but you can also use it for other physical objects." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

love at first sight. It's generally used for people, but you can also use it for other physical objects. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

68. "To learn about other people is science, to learn to know yourself is intelligence." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To learn about other people is science, to learn to know yourself is intelligence. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

69. "Butcher the donkey after it finished his job on the mill." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Butcher the donkey after it finished his job on the mill. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

70. "To stop drinking, study a drunkard while you are sober." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To stop drinking, study a drunkard while you are sober. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

71. "A bar of iron continually ground becomes a needle." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A bar of iron continually ground becomes a needle. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

72. "Jade and men, both are sharpened by bitter tools." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Jade and men, both are sharpened by bitter tools. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

73. "He who travels a lot becomes wise; he who is wise stays home." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who travels a lot becomes wise; he who is wise stays home. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

74. "Honors come by diligence; riches spring from economy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Honors come by diligence; riches spring from economy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

75. "The fool does what he can't avoid, the wise man avoids what he can't do." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The fool does what he can't avoid, the wise man avoids what he can't do. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

76. "If you stand straight, do not fear a crooked shadow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you stand straight, do not fear a crooked shadow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

77. "When the cat is gone, the mice come out to stretch." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When the cat is gone, the mice come out to stretch. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

78. "Believe your servants but do not listen to them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Believe your servants but do not listen to them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

79. "Where there's a will to condemn there is also evidence." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Where there's a will to condemn there is also evidence. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

80. "What is told into a man's ear is often heard a hundred miles away." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

What is told into a man's ear is often heard a hundred miles away. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

81. "Past events are as clear as a mirror; the future, as obscure as varnish." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Past events are as clear as a mirror; the future, as obscure as varnish. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

82. "Never has a man more need of his intelligence than when a fool asks him a question." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Never has a man more need of his intelligence than when a fool asks him a question. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

83. "Urge people to work, not to eat." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Urge people to work, not to eat. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

84. "A bit of fragrance clings to the hand that gives flowers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A bit of fragrance clings to the hand that gives flowers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

85. "Medicine can only cure curable diseases, and then not always." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Medicine can only cure curable diseases, and then not always. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

86. "Blame yourself as you blame others; forgive others as you forgive yourself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Blame yourself as you blame others; forgive others as you forgive yourself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

87. "If your strength is small, don't carry heavy burdens. If your words are worthless, don't give advice." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If your strength is small, don't carry heavy burdens. If your words are worthless, don't give advice. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

88. "Respect for ones parents is the highest duty of civil life." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Respect for ones parents is the highest duty of civil life. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

89. "When people only talk about things they understand then a great silence will descend upon the world." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When people only talk about things they understand then a great silence will descend upon the world. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

90. "In learning, age and youth go for nothing; the best informed takes the precedence." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In learning, age and youth go for nothing; the best informed takes the precedence. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

91. "Pain is easier to endure than an itch." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Pain is easier to endure than an itch. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

92. "If you stay long enough in one place the whole world passes you by." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you stay long enough in one place the whole world passes you by. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

93. "Great doubts deep wisdom. Small doubts little wisdom." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Great doubts deep wisdom. Small doubts little wisdom. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

94. "When the tree waves, wind is stirring." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When the tree waves, wind is stirring. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

95. "actions speak louder than words." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

actions speak louder than words. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

96. "A good client doesn't change shop in three years, a good shop doesn't change clients in three years." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good client doesn't change shop in three years, a good shop doesn't change clients in three years. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

97. "Always take an emergency leisurely." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Always take an emergency leisurely. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

98. "Adversity is necessary to the development of men." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Adversity is necessary to the development of men. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

99. "People die voluntarily when it becomes impossible to live." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

People die voluntarily when it becomes impossible to live. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

100. "Slander piles itself before the door of a widow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Slander piles itself before the door of a widow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

101. "A weasel comes to say Happy New Year to the chickens." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A weasel comes to say Happy New Year to the chickens. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

102. "He who flatters me is my enemy, who blames me is my teacher." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who flatters me is my enemy, who blames me is my teacher. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

103. "Biggest profits mean gravest risks." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Biggest profits mean gravest risks. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

104. "Big ships often sail on big debts." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Big ships often sail on big debts. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

105. "Rather once cry your heart out than always sigh." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Rather once cry your heart out than always sigh. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

106. "If you must play, decide upon three things at the start, the rules of the game, the stakes, and the quitting time." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you must play, decide upon three things at the start, the rules of the game, the stakes, and the quitting time. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

107. "Married couples who love each other tell each other a thousand things without talking." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Married couples who love each other tell each other a thousand things without talking. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

108. "A jade stone is useless before it is processed; a man is good-for-nothing until he is educated." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A jade stone is useless before it is processed; a man is good-for-nothing until he is educated. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

109. "People fool themselves. They pray for a long life but fear old age." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

People fool themselves. They pray for a long life but fear old age. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

110. "The wise man and the tortoise travel but never leave their home." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The wise man and the tortoise travel but never leave their home. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

111. "Knowledge is boundless, but the capacity of one man is limited." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Knowledge is boundless, but the capacity of one man is limited. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

112. "The war horses are born on the frontiers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The war horses are born on the frontiers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

113. "Curse your wife at evening, sleep alone at night." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Curse your wife at evening, sleep alone at night. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

114. "He who is thirsty dreams that he is drinking." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is thirsty dreams that he is drinking. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

115. "He who has never been cheated, cannot be a good businessman." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who has never been cheated, cannot be a good businessman. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

116. "When children travel far from home, mothers never stop worrying." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When children travel far from home, mothers never stop worrying. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

117. "Far waters cannot quench near fires." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Far waters cannot quench near fires. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

118. "A man should choose a friend who is better than himself. There are plenty of acquaintances in the world; but very few real friends." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man should choose a friend who is better than himself. There are plenty of acquaintances in the world; but very few real friends. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

119. "A well mannered man does not step on the shadow of his fellow man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A well mannered man does not step on the shadow of his fellow man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

120. "The greatest virtue is like water; good for everything." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The greatest virtue is like water; good for everything. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

121. "It is easy to get a thousand soldiers, but difficult to get one general." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easy to get a thousand soldiers, but difficult to get one general. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

122. "To do good for ten years is not enough; do bad things for one day and it is too much." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To do good for ten years is not enough; do bad things for one day and it is too much. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

123. "Real gold is not afraid of the melting pot." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Real gold is not afraid of the melting pot. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

124. "Better to satisfy the body than to tarnish the soul." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better to satisfy the body than to tarnish the soul. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

125. "A vicious wife, and an untoward son, no laws can govern." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A vicious wife, and an untoward son, no laws can govern. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

126. "A fool judges people by the presents they give him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A fool judges people by the presents they give him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

127. "If the dog leads the man, the man is blind. If the man leads the dog, the man is married." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If the dog leads the man, the man is blind. If the man leads the dog, the man is married. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

128. "There is a time to fish and a time to prepare the fish." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There is a time to fish and a time to prepare the fish. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

129. "He who stands still in the mud sticks in it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who stands still in the mud sticks in it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

130. "Divide an orange, it tastes just as good." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Divide an orange, it tastes just as good. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

131. "All rotten fish taste the same." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

All rotten fish taste the same. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

132. "Insects do not nest in a busy door-hinge." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Insects do not nest in a busy door-hinge. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

133. "When the deal is done, discuss it no more; it is difficult to collect dispersed water." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When the deal is done, discuss it no more; it is difficult to collect dispersed water. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

134. "Though all rivers flow into it, the sea never overflows." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Though all rivers flow into it, the sea never overflows. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

135. "A straight foot is not afraid of a crooked shoe." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A straight foot is not afraid of a crooked shoe. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

136. "Don't buy someone else's problems." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't buy someone else's problems. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

137. "Better the cottage where one is merry than the palace where one weeps." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better the cottage where one is merry than the palace where one weeps. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

138. "A faithful friend is hard to find." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A faithful friend is hard to find. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

139. "Great people give it with reproaches." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Great people give it with reproaches. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

140. "A diamond with a flaw is worth more than a pebble without imperfections." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A diamond with a flaw is worth more than a pebble without imperfections. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

141. "Better be kind at home than burn incense in a far place." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better be kind at home than burn incense in a far place. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

142. "There are many paths up the mountain, but the view from the top is always the same." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There are many paths up the mountain, but the view from the top is always the same. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

143. "Habits are cobwebs at first; cables at last." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Habits are cobwebs at first; cables at last. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

144. "He knows most who speaks least." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He knows most who speaks least. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

145. "There are thirty-six ways to flee, but to run away is the best." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There are thirty-six ways to flee, but to run away is the best. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

146. "Good behavior is a virtue for the man, bad behavior is the virtue of a woman." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Good behavior is a virtue for the man, bad behavior is the virtue of a woman. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

147. "The wise man learns more from his enemies than a fool does from his friends." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The wise man learns more from his enemies than a fool does from his friends. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

148. "The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

149. "Wine lets secrets out." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Wine lets secrets out. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

150. "Where ignorance is bliss, it's folly to be wise." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Where ignorance is bliss, it's folly to be wise. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

151. "When someone gives you a drop of water reward him with a never ending source." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When someone gives you a drop of water reward him with a never ending source. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

152. "To fall is not painful for those who fly low." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To fall is not painful for those who fly low. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

153. "a man can do no more than he can." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

a man can do no more than he can. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

154. "If you want your dinner, don't insult the cook." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want your dinner, don't insult the cook. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

155. "Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps the singing bird will come." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps the singing bird will come. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

156. "He who always eats the roots of a plant is capable of anything." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who always eats the roots of a plant is capable of anything. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

157. "Cheat the earth and the earth will cheat you." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Cheat the earth and the earth will cheat you. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

158. "Distance tests a horse's strength; time reveals a marls character." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Distance tests a horse's strength; time reveals a marls character. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

159. "If you always give you will always have." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you always give you will always have. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

160. "Respect spiritual beings but keep your distance." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Respect spiritual beings but keep your distance. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

161. "A fool admires himself most when he has done foolish things." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A fool admires himself most when he has done foolish things. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

162. "A book holds a house of gold." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A book holds a house of gold. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

163. "Yesterday, today and tomorrow, these are the three days of man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Yesterday, today and tomorrow, these are the three days of man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

164. "Catch one's heart, never be apart." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Catch one's heart, never be apart. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

165. "He who opens his heart for ambition, closes it for the rest." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who opens his heart for ambition, closes it for the rest. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

166. "Ripe fruit falls by itself, but it does not fall into your mouth." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Ripe fruit falls by itself, but it does not fall into your mouth. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

167. "The journey is the reward." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The journey is the reward. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

168. "A careful foot can step anywhere." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A careful foot can step anywhere. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

169. "Mankind scorns a virtuous man, but heaven does not." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Mankind scorns a virtuous man, but heaven does not. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

170. "Enjoy yourself. It's later than you think." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Enjoy yourself. It's later than you think. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

171. "A man grows most tired while standing still." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man grows most tired while standing still. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

172. "If you don't want to be cheated, ask the price at three shops." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you don't want to be cheated, ask the price at three shops. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

173. "Before you beat the dog, find out the name of his master." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Before you beat the dog, find out the name of his master. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

174. "If an enemy is annoying you by playing well, consider adopting his strategy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If an enemy is annoying you by playing well, consider adopting his strategy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

175. "It takes ten years to grow trees but a hundred years to rear people." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It takes ten years to grow trees but a hundred years to rear people. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

176. "The poorer you are, the more devils you meet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The poorer you are, the more devils you meet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

177. "The great scholar forgets about fame, the average scholar works for it, and the unworthy scholar steals it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The great scholar forgets about fame, the average scholar works for it, and the unworthy scholar steals it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

178. "Good pupils are to be brought up by strict teachers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Good pupils are to be brought up by strict teachers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

179. "Discover a well before you are thirsty." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Discover a well before you are thirsty. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

180. "Each generation will reap what the former generation has sown." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Each generation will reap what the former generation has sown. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

181. "Be resolved and the thing is done." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Be resolved and the thing is done. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

182. "Take a second look; it costs you nothing." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Take a second look; it costs you nothing. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

183. "Scholars talk books, butchers talk pigs." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Scholars talk books, butchers talk pigs. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

184. "A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

185. "The only thing that was missing at the rich man's funeral was mourners." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The only thing that was missing at the rich man's funeral was mourners. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

186. "If no one comes the dog does not bark." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If no one comes the dog does not bark. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

187. "One joy scatters a hundred griefs." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One joy scatters a hundred griefs. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

188. "He who wishes to know the road through the mountains, must ask those who have already trodden it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who wishes to know the road through the mountains, must ask those who have already trodden it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

189. "If you do not study hard when young you'll end up bewailing your failures as you grow up." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you do not study hard when young you'll end up bewailing your failures as you grow up. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

190. "Shame is forgotten, debts are not." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Shame is forgotten, debts are not. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

191. "The flatterer makes you climb up a tree then takes the ladder away." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The flatterer makes you climb up a tree then takes the ladder away. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

192. "Beat the drum inside the house to spare the neighbors." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Beat the drum inside the house to spare the neighbors. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

193. "A maker of idols is never an idolater." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A maker of idols is never an idolater. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

194. "Patience is power; with time and patience the mulberry leaf becomes a silk gown." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Patience is power; with time and patience the mulberry leaf becomes a silk gown. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

195. "Love is not about possession, it's all about appreciation." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Love is not about possession, it's all about appreciation. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

196. "No matter how much the wise man travels, he always lives in the same place." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how much the wise man travels, he always lives in the same place. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

197. "Some people want to be praised for the rest of their lives for what they have done well for one day." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Some people want to be praised for the rest of their lives for what they have done well for one day. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

198. "To climb a tree to catch a fish is talking much and doing nothing." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To climb a tree to catch a fish is talking much and doing nothing. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

199. "One should be just as careful in choosing one's pleasures as in avoiding calamities." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One should be just as careful in choosing one's pleasures as in avoiding calamities. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

200. "When the tree falls, the shadow flies." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When the tree falls, the shadow flies. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

201. "A fall into a ditch makes you wiser." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A fall into a ditch makes you wiser. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

202. "What you cannot avoid, welcome." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

What you cannot avoid, welcome. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

203. "Happy is the man without sickness. Rich is the man with no debts." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Happy is the man without sickness. Rich is the man with no debts. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

204. "Customers are jade; merchandise is grass." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Customers are jade; merchandise is grass. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

205. "Enough food and a pipe full of tobacco makes you equal to the immortals." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Enough food and a pipe full of tobacco makes you equal to the immortals. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

206. "If you want to go up in the world, veil ambition with the forms of humanity." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want to go up in the world, veil ambition with the forms of humanity. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

207. "Flowers leave a part of their fragrance in the hands that bestow them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Flowers leave a part of their fragrance in the hands that bestow them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

208. "An accidental meeting is more pleasant than a planned one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An accidental meeting is more pleasant than a planned one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

209. "Don't build a new ship out of old wood." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't build a new ship out of old wood. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

210. "Treat thoughts as guests and wishes as children." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Treat thoughts as guests and wishes as children. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

211. "The law is good, but people are not." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The law is good, but people are not. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

212. "The tongue of a woman is the sword that is never allowed to rust." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The tongue of a woman is the sword that is never allowed to rust. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

213. "To know how to do it is simple, the difficulty is in doing it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To know how to do it is simple, the difficulty is in doing it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

214. "As it is impossible to please men in all things, our only care should be to satisfy our own consciences." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

As it is impossible to please men in all things, our only care should be to satisfy our own consciences. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

215. "Heaven has a road, but no one travels it; Hell has no gate but men will dig to get there." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Heaven has a road, but no one travels it; Hell has no gate but men will dig to get there. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

216. "The tongue can paint what the eye can't see." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The tongue can paint what the eye can't see. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

217. "What is not urgent must be done quickly in order to take care of the urgent things calmly." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

What is not urgent must be done quickly in order to take care of the urgent things calmly. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

218. "The best kind of closed door is the one you can leave unlocked." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The best kind of closed door is the one you can leave unlocked. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

219. "The winds of heaven change suddenly; so do human fortunes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The winds of heaven change suddenly; so do human fortunes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

220. "He who steps aside for someone broadens the way." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who steps aside for someone broadens the way. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

221. "Great blessings come from Heaven; small blessings come from man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Great blessings come from Heaven; small blessings come from man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

222. "A man must despise himself before others will." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man must despise himself before others will. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

223. "No matter how big, one beam cannot support a house." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how big, one beam cannot support a house. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

224. "While keeping a tiger from the front door, the wolf comes in at the back." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

While keeping a tiger from the front door, the wolf comes in at the back. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

225. "Despise learning and make everyone pay for your ignorance." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Despise learning and make everyone pay for your ignorance. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

226. "When a large vessel has opened a way it is easy for a small one to follow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When a large vessel has opened a way it is easy for a small one to follow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

227. "Shed no tears until seeing the coffin." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Shed no tears until seeing the coffin. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

228. "a bad beginning makes a bad ending." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

a bad beginning makes a bad ending. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

229. "By a long journey we know a horse's strength; so length of days shows a man's heart." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

By a long journey we know a horse's strength; so length of days shows a man's heart. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

230. "A thief has more than two hands." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A thief has more than two hands. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

231. "a boaster and a liar are cousins-german." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

a boaster and a liar are cousins-german. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

232. "Almond nuts come to those who have no teeth." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Almond nuts come to those who have no teeth. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

233. "Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

234. "A hundred “no's” are less painful than one insincere “yes”." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A hundred “no's” are less painful than one insincere “yes”. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

235. "Shadows are formed all along the wishes of the sun." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Shadows are formed all along the wishes of the sun. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

236. "There are people that fish and those who just disturb the water." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There are people that fish and those who just disturb the water. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

237. "A horse with two masters is always skinny; the ship with two captains sinks." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A horse with two masters is always skinny; the ship with two captains sinks. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

238. "A man can never be perfect in a hundred years; but he may become corrupt in less than a day." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man can never be perfect in a hundred years; but he may become corrupt in less than a day. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

239. "Dead song-birds make a sad meal." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Dead song-birds make a sad meal. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

240. "Do not dress in clothes made of leaves when going to put out a fire." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not dress in clothes made of leaves when going to put out a fire. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

241. "Govern a family as you would cook a small fish, very gently." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Govern a family as you would cook a small fish, very gently. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

242. "Deviate an inch, lose a thousand miles." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Deviate an inch, lose a thousand miles. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

243. "After all, harming others means you first harm yourself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

After all, harming others means you first harm yourself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

244. "Whenever the water rises, the boat will rise too." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Whenever the water rises, the boat will rise too. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

245. "To open a shop is easy, the hard part is keeping it open." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To open a shop is easy, the hard part is keeping it open. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

246. "Do not fear going forward slowly; fear only to stand still." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not fear going forward slowly; fear only to stand still. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

247. "The conversation of the wise concerns ideas; that of the intelligent is about ideas; the common folk talk about food." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The conversation of the wise concerns ideas; that of the intelligent is about ideas; the common folk talk about food. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

248. "A thousand workers, a thousand plans." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A thousand workers, a thousand plans. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

249. "One measures the towers by their shadows and great people by those who envy them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One measures the towers by their shadows and great people by those who envy them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

250. "A fool in a hurry drinks tea with a fork." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A fool in a hurry drinks tea with a fork. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

251. "A single beam cannot support a great house." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A single beam cannot support a great house. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

252. "Every man has his hobbyhorse." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Every man has his hobbyhorse. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

253. "Riches add to the house, virtues to the man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Riches add to the house, virtues to the man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

254. "A good teacher, better than a barrowful of books." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good teacher, better than a barrowful of books. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

255. "The one who plants the tree is not the one who will enjoy its shade." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The one who plants the tree is not the one who will enjoy its shade. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

256. "I hear and I forget, I see and I remember. I do and I understand." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

I hear and I forget, I see and I remember. I do and I understand. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

257. "A book tightly shut is but a block of paper." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A book tightly shut is but a block of paper. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

258. "Never eat in a restaurant where the chef is thin." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Never eat in a restaurant where the chef is thin. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

259. "An answer that does not resolve a quarrel makes a thousand new ones." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An answer that does not resolve a quarrel makes a thousand new ones. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

260. "Behind an able man there are always other able men." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Behind an able man there are always other able men. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

261. "Men know not all their faults, oxen all their strength." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Men know not all their faults, oxen all their strength. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

262. "I have money, you have money; so we are friends." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

I have money, you have money; so we are friends. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

263. "There is gossip every day, but if no one listens anymore the gossip will die." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There is gossip every day, but if no one listens anymore the gossip will die. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

264. "The careful foot can walk anywhere." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The careful foot can walk anywhere. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

265. "Fear the wolf in front and the tiger behind, hesitate in doing something." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Fear the wolf in front and the tiger behind, hesitate in doing something. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

266. "Nothing is too deceitful in war." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Nothing is too deceitful in war. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

267. "A good drum does not have to be beaten hard." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good drum does not have to be beaten hard. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

268. "A girl that blushes too much, knows too much." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A girl that blushes too much, knows too much. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

269. "A frog in a well-shaft seeing the sky." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A frog in a well-shaft seeing the sky. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

270. "When you are in a hurry, the horse holds back." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you are in a hurry, the horse holds back. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

271. "Do not trust a person who claims to be honest, and never trust exaggerated friendliness." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not trust a person who claims to be honest, and never trust exaggerated friendliness. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

272. "If one word does not succeed, ten thousand are of no avail." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If one word does not succeed, ten thousand are of no avail. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

273. "Don't try to make predictions, especially those concerning the future." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't try to make predictions, especially those concerning the future. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

274. "When going to an eating house, go to one that is filled with customers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When going to an eating house, go to one that is filled with customers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

275. "He who cannot agree with his enemies is controlled by them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who cannot agree with his enemies is controlled by them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

276. "Inattention to minute actions will ultimately be prejudicial to a man's virtue." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Inattention to minute actions will ultimately be prejudicial to a man's virtue. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

277. "No pains, no gains." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No pains, no gains. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

278. "Better to be a dog in peacetime that a man in wartime." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better to be a dog in peacetime that a man in wartime. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

279. "Girls marry to please parents, widows to please themselves." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Girls marry to please parents, widows to please themselves. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

280. "A king's riches cannot buy an extra year." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A king's riches cannot buy an extra year. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

281. "Good manners can be paid for with compliments, but only the sound of money will pay your debts." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Good manners can be paid for with compliments, but only the sound of money will pay your debts. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

282. "Mockery is the flashing of slander." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Mockery is the flashing of slander. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

283. "Give a dog a tasty name and eat him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Give a dog a tasty name and eat him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

284. "Rivers and mountains may change; human nature, never." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Rivers and mountains may change; human nature, never. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

285. "In every family's cooking pot is one black spot." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In every family's cooking pot is one black spot. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

286. "Don't open a shop unless you like to smile." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't open a shop unless you like to smile. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

287. "Do not use a hatchet to remove a fly from your friend's forehead." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not use a hatchet to remove a fly from your friend's forehead. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

288. "You can chop a man's head off, but you can't keep him quiet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

You can chop a man's head off, but you can't keep him quiet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

289. "The main road is an easy way, but everyone loves the side streets." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The main road is an easy way, but everyone loves the side streets. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

290. "Genius can be recognized by its childish simplicity." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Genius can be recognized by its childish simplicity. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

291. "When you want to test the depths of a stream, don't use both feet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you want to test the depths of a stream, don't use both feet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

292. "If a man's wishes be few, his health will be flourishing; if he has many anxious thoughts, his constitution will decay." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If a man's wishes be few, his health will be flourishing; if he has many anxious thoughts, his constitution will decay. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

293. "The real scholar is not afraid to ask questions of his pupil." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The real scholar is not afraid to ask questions of his pupil. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

294. "Killing a man to save the world, does not save the world." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Killing a man to save the world, does not save the world. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

295. "A day of sorrow is longer than a month of joy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A day of sorrow is longer than a month of joy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

296. "To serve a prince is like sleeping with a tiger." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To serve a prince is like sleeping with a tiger. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

297. "Going beyond is as bad as falling short." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Going beyond is as bad as falling short. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

298. "A person leaves a reputation, bad or good, behind wherever he works or stays." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A person leaves a reputation, bad or good, behind wherever he works or stays. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

299. "Just as tall trees are known by their shadows, so are good men known by their enemies." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Just as tall trees are known by their shadows, so are good men known by their enemies. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

300. "Even the most beautiful morning cannot bring back the evening." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even the most beautiful morning cannot bring back the evening. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

301. "If you want happiness for a lifetime; help someone else." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want happiness for a lifetime; help someone else. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

302. "People can be done without but a lot of us need a friend." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

People can be done without but a lot of us need a friend. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

303. "When a king makes a mistake, all the people suffer." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When a king makes a mistake, all the people suffer. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

304. "Never try to catch two frogs with one hand." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Never try to catch two frogs with one hand. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

305. "He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

306. "A thorn defends the rose, harming only those who would steal the blossom." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A thorn defends the rose, harming only those who would steal the blossom. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

307. "A truly great man never puts away the simplicity of a child." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A truly great man never puts away the simplicity of a child. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

308. "No wind, no waves." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No wind, no waves. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

309. "It is easier to know how to do than it is to do." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easier to know how to do than it is to do. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

310. "Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

311. "When you have read a book for the first time, you get to know a friend; read it for a second time and you meet an old friend." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you have read a book for the first time, you get to know a friend; read it for a second time and you meet an old friend. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

312. "With money, a dragon, without it, a worm." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

With money, a dragon, without it, a worm. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

313. "Just one laugh makes the person ten years younger." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Just one laugh makes the person ten years younger. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

314. "It's better to die two years early than to live one year too long." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It's better to die two years early than to live one year too long. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

315. "When you fall into a pit, you either die or get out." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you fall into a pit, you either die or get out. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

316. "If you have money and wine, your friends will be many." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you have money and wine, your friends will be many. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

317. "It never rains on your neighbors without you getting your feet wet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It never rains on your neighbors without you getting your feet wet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

318. "Water from far away is no good for a fire close by." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Water from far away is no good for a fire close by. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

319. "A bad word whispered will echo a hundred miles." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A bad word whispered will echo a hundred miles. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

320. "Don't use oiled paper to wrap up fire." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't use oiled paper to wrap up fire. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

321. "Every man assumes the colors of his surroundings." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Every man assumes the colors of his surroundings. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

322. "He who takes revenge for a small insult, will have a bigger one thrown at him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who takes revenge for a small insult, will have a bigger one thrown at him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

323. "Easier to bend the body than the will." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Easier to bend the body than the will. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

324. "When men are friendly the water is sweet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When men are friendly the water is sweet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

325. "Beauty is the wisdom of women. Wisdom is the beauty of men." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Beauty is the wisdom of women. Wisdom is the beauty of men. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

326. "Pick your inn before the dark; get on your road before the dawn." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Pick your inn before the dark; get on your road before the dawn. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

327. "Guilin's mountain and water scenery is the best under heaven." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Guilin's mountain and water scenery is the best under heaven. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

328. "What you don't see, you don't desire." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

What you don't see, you don't desire. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

329. "With money you can make the dead speak; without it you can't even keep the deaf quiet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

With money you can make the dead speak; without it you can't even keep the deaf quiet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

330. "What is wrong for the powerless is wrong for the powerful." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

What is wrong for the powerless is wrong for the powerful. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

331. "The gift itself can be light while carrying a heavy message." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The gift itself can be light while carrying a heavy message. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

332. "He who loves peace minds his own business." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who loves peace minds his own business. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

333. "It is better to save your innocence at the expense of your honor than your country at the expense of your life." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to save your innocence at the expense of your honor than your country at the expense of your life. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

334. "Public before private and country before family." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Public before private and country before family. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

335. "A dictionary can only be read when it is printed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A dictionary can only be read when it is printed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

336. "Measure your throat before you swallow a bone." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Measure your throat before you swallow a bone. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

337. "Learn from past mistakes to avoid future ones." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Learn from past mistakes to avoid future ones. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

338. "Solve one problem, and you keep a hundred others away." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Solve one problem, and you keep a hundred others away. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

339. "The man who does not learn is like one walking in the night." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The man who does not learn is like one walking in the night. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

340. "Nobility is what is earned by those who have no other earnings." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Nobility is what is earned by those who have no other earnings. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

341. "A camel standing amidst a flock of sheep." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A camel standing amidst a flock of sheep. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

342. "One man tells a lie, dozens repeat it as the truth." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One man tells a lie, dozens repeat it as the truth. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

343. "Everyone pushes a falling fence." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Everyone pushes a falling fence. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

344. "Man perishes in the pursuit of wealth; as the bird meets with destruction in search of its food." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Man perishes in the pursuit of wealth; as the bird meets with destruction in search of its food. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

345. "If you don't scale the mountain, you can't view the plain." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you don't scale the mountain, you can't view the plain. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

346. "Honest scales and full measure hurt no one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Honest scales and full measure hurt no one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

347. "The fish you cannot catch is always a big one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The fish you cannot catch is always a big one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

348. "If you want your children to enjoy a quiet life let them suffer a little hunger and a little cold." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want your children to enjoy a quiet life let them suffer a little hunger and a little cold. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

349. "Those who play the game do not see as clearly as those who watch." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Those who play the game do not see as clearly as those who watch. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

350. "Look before you leap." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Look before you leap. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

351. "Wait long, strike fast." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Wait long, strike fast. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

352. "Looking for fish? Don't climb a tree." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Looking for fish? Don't climb a tree. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

353. "a good medicine tastes bitter." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

a good medicine tastes bitter. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

354. "An overcrowded chicken farm produce fewer eggs." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An overcrowded chicken farm produce fewer eggs. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

355. "Better to do a kindness near home than go far away to burn incense." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better to do a kindness near home than go far away to burn incense. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

356. "Distant water won't quench your immediate thirst." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Distant water won't quench your immediate thirst. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

357. "Don't ask in this life for the three most difficult things, good sons, long life and a long beard." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't ask in this life for the three most difficult things, good sons, long life and a long beard. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

358. "The corn is not choked by the weeds but by the negligence of the farmer." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The corn is not choked by the weeds but by the negligence of the farmer. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

359. "The most highly praised woman is the one about whom no one speaks." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The most highly praised woman is the one about whom no one speaks. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

360. "A great fortune depends on luck, a small one on diligence." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A great fortune depends on luck, a small one on diligence. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

361. "A good fame is better than a good face." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good fame is better than a good face. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

362. "He who tells me of my faults, is my instructor; he who tells me of my virtues, does me harm." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who tells me of my faults, is my instructor; he who tells me of my virtues, does me harm. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

363. "Age and time do not wait for people." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Age and time do not wait for people. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

364. "He who rides on a tiger can never get off." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who rides on a tiger can never get off. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

365. "Never do anything standing that you can do sitting, or anything sitting that you can do lying down." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Never do anything standing that you can do sitting, or anything sitting that you can do lying down. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

366. "The world is our house. Keep it clean." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The world is our house. Keep it clean. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

367. "The virtue of a woman does not go deep but her passion knows no limit." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The virtue of a woman does not go deep but her passion knows no limit. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

368. "Sit atop the mountain and watch the tigers fight." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Sit atop the mountain and watch the tigers fight. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

369. "If cooks quarrel, the roast burns." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If cooks quarrel, the roast burns. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

370. "A man who cannot tolerate small ills can never accomplish great things." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man who cannot tolerate small ills can never accomplish great things. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

371. "A clever doctor never treats himself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A clever doctor never treats himself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

372. "By day think of your own faults, by night think of the faults of others." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

By day think of your own faults, by night think of the faults of others. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

373. "He who seeks revenge should remember to dig two graves." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who seeks revenge should remember to dig two graves. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

374. "Don't let the falcon loose until you see the hare." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't let the falcon loose until you see the hare. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

375. "A hundred men may make an encampment, but it takes a woman to make a home." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A hundred men may make an encampment, but it takes a woman to make a home. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

376. "Drunkenness does not itself cause bad qualities but it does show them up clearly." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Drunkenness does not itself cause bad qualities but it does show them up clearly. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

377. "The man whose conscience is clear will never fear a knock on the door at midnight." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The man whose conscience is clear will never fear a knock on the door at midnight. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

378. "If you wish to know the mind of a man, listen to his words." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you wish to know the mind of a man, listen to his words. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

379. "One throws up the dust the other gets it in his eye." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One throws up the dust the other gets it in his eye. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

380. "When you go to buy, don't show your silver." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you go to buy, don't show your silver. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

381. "One body cannot perform two services." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One body cannot perform two services. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

382. "A curious woman is capable of turning around the rainbow just to see what is on the other side." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A curious woman is capable of turning around the rainbow just to see what is on the other side. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

383. "Those who have free tickets to the theater have the most criticism to make." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Those who have free tickets to the theater have the most criticism to make. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

384. "The great question is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with failure." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The great question is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with failure. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

385. "Men see only the present; heaven sees the future." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Men see only the present; heaven sees the future. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

386. "One dog barks at something, the rest bark at him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One dog barks at something, the rest bark at him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

387. "The brave person regards dying as just going home." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The brave person regards dying as just going home. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

388. "To be uncertain is to be uncomfortable, but to be certain is to be ridiculous." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To be uncertain is to be uncomfortable, but to be certain is to be ridiculous. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

389. "Falling hurts least those who fly low." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Falling hurts least those who fly low. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

390. "Every kind of wood is grey when they are reduced to ashes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Every kind of wood is grey when they are reduced to ashes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

391. "Timely return of a loan makes it easier to borrow a second time." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Timely return of a loan makes it easier to borrow a second time. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

392. "Don't draw a sword against a louse." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't draw a sword against a louse. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

393. "No wise man takes responsibility for an eighteen-year-old daughter." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No wise man takes responsibility for an eighteen-year-old daughter. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

394. "Borrowed money shortens time; working for others lengthens it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Borrowed money shortens time; working for others lengthens it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

395. "Touch black paint, have black fingers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Touch black paint, have black fingers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

396. "Doubt and distraction are on earth; the brightness of truth in heaven." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Doubt and distraction are on earth; the brightness of truth in heaven. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

397. "One cannot refuse to eat just because there is a chance of being choked." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One cannot refuse to eat just because there is a chance of being choked. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

398. "The greatest conqueror is he who overcomes the enemy without a blow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The greatest conqueror is he who overcomes the enemy without a blow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

399. "The wise man asks questions of himself; the fool questions others." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The wise man asks questions of himself; the fool questions others. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

400. "Every step leaves its print; work steadily and make solid progress." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Every step leaves its print; work steadily and make solid progress. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

401. "A gem is not polished without rubbing, nor a man perfected without trials." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A gem is not polished without rubbing, nor a man perfected without trials. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

402. "A single spark can start a prairie fire." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A single spark can start a prairie fire. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

403. "He who does not know what to do in his spare time is not a businessman." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who does not know what to do in his spare time is not a businessman. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

404. "Beautiful girls are seldom happy, intelligent boys are seldom beautiful." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Beautiful girls are seldom happy, intelligent boys are seldom beautiful. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

405. "Without sorrows no one becomes a saint." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Without sorrows no one becomes a saint. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

406. "Use power to curb power." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Use power to curb power. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

407. "Do not tear down the east wall to repair the west." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not tear down the east wall to repair the west. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

408. "A vacant mind is open to all suggestions, as a hollow mountain returns all sounds." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A vacant mind is open to all suggestions, as a hollow mountain returns all sounds. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

409. "There is no better sale than when you give a true friend what he needs." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no better sale than when you give a true friend what he needs. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

410. "A clever person turns great troubles into little ones and little ones into none at all." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A clever person turns great troubles into little ones and little ones into none at all. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

411. "Virtue, climbing a hill; vice, running down." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Virtue, climbing a hill; vice, running down. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

412. "A dog shows affection even to a poor family." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A dog shows affection even to a poor family. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

413. "Insanity is doing the same thing in the same way and expecting a different outcome." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Insanity is doing the same thing in the same way and expecting a different outcome. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

414. "The emperor is rich, but he cannot buy one extra year." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The emperor is rich, but he cannot buy one extra year. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

415. "To have principles first have courage." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To have principles first have courage. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

416. "Dismantle the bridge shortly after crossing it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Dismantle the bridge shortly after crossing it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

417. "One step at a time is good walking." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One step at a time is good walking. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

418. "Prudence will carry a man all over the world; but the impetuous find every step difficult." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Prudence will carry a man all over the world; but the impetuous find every step difficult. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

419. "Never do anything that you want to remain a secret." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Never do anything that you want to remain a secret. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

420. "All roads lead to Beijing." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

All roads lead to Beijing. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

421. "A thriftless woman burns the entire candle looking for a match." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A thriftless woman burns the entire candle looking for a match. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

422. "A young woman with an old man is really someone else's woman." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A young woman with an old man is really someone else's woman. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

423. "He who is master of himself cannot tolerate another boss." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is master of himself cannot tolerate another boss. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

424. "The first favor is a favor, the second an obligation." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The first favor is a favor, the second an obligation. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

425. "A chicken is hatched even from such a well-sealed thing as an egg." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A chicken is hatched even from such a well-sealed thing as an egg. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

426. "Stare at the profit and step in the pitfall." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Stare at the profit and step in the pitfall. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

427. "Women and fools never forgive." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Women and fools never forgive. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

428. "If rain bothers you, you can always jump into the sea." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If rain bothers you, you can always jump into the sea. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

429. "The path of duty lies in what is nearby, but men look for it in things far off." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The path of duty lies in what is nearby, but men look for it in things far off. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

430. "Patience in the household is a real treasure." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Patience in the household is a real treasure. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

431. "Slow in word, swift in deed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Slow in word, swift in deed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

432. "A closed mind is like a closed book; just a block of wood." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A closed mind is like a closed book; just a block of wood. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

433. "Long or short, a stick is always a stick; tall or short, people are always people." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Long or short, a stick is always a stick; tall or short, people are always people. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

434. "The weasel comes to say “Happy New Year!” to the chickens." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The weasel comes to say “Happy New Year!” to the chickens. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

435. "If you get up one more time than you fall you will make it through." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you get up one more time than you fall you will make it through. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

436. "Quiet thoughts mend the body." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Quiet thoughts mend the body. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

437. "A woman gets thirty percent of her beauty from nature and seventy percent from makeup." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman gets thirty percent of her beauty from nature and seventy percent from makeup. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

438. "Rich men accumulate money; the poor accumulate years." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Rich men accumulate money; the poor accumulate years. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

439. "The unfaithful woman has remorse, the faithful one has regret." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The unfaithful woman has remorse, the faithful one has regret. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

440. "Determination tempers the sword of your character." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Determination tempers the sword of your character. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

441. "An oppressed army fighting with desperate courage is sure to win." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An oppressed army fighting with desperate courage is sure to win. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

442. "At birth we bring our nothing; at death we leave with the same." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

At birth we bring our nothing; at death we leave with the same. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

443. "Three times an early rise makes a whole day." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Three times an early rise makes a whole day. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

444. "Even when a girl is as shy as a mouse, you still have to beware of the tiger within." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even when a girl is as shy as a mouse, you still have to beware of the tiger within. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

445. "As a daughter grows up she is like smuggled salt." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

As a daughter grows up she is like smuggled salt. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

446. "Repentance is the spring beneath our virtues." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Repentance is the spring beneath our virtues. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

447. "The human heart is difficult to gauge." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The human heart is difficult to gauge. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

448. "The miser does not own the gold, it is the gold that owns the miser." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The miser does not own the gold, it is the gold that owns the miser. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

449. "A dead songbird gives us no meat." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A dead songbird gives us no meat. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

450. "He who sees heaven in the water sees the fishes in the trees." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who sees heaven in the water sees the fishes in the trees. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

451. "If you want no one to know, don't do it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want no one to know, don't do it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

452. "Look not at thieves eating meat, but look at them suffering punishment." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Look not at thieves eating meat, but look at them suffering punishment. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

453. "Without rice, even the cleverest housewife cannot cook." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Without rice, even the cleverest housewife cannot cook. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

454. "A light heart lives long." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A light heart lives long. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

455. "To believe in one's dreams is to spend all of one's life asleep." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To believe in one's dreams is to spend all of one's life asleep. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

456. "While you are bargaining, conceal your coin." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

While you are bargaining, conceal your coin. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

457. "All the past died yesterday; the future is born today." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

All the past died yesterday; the future is born today. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

458. "Flies never visit an egg that has no crack." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Flies never visit an egg that has no crack. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

459. "A sly rabbit will have three openings to its den." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A sly rabbit will have three openings to its den. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

460. "Experience is a comb which nature gives to men when they are bald." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Experience is a comb which nature gives to men when they are bald. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

461. "Cheap things are not good, good things are not cheap." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Cheap things are not good, good things are not cheap. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

462. "A patient woman can roast an ox with a lantern." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A patient woman can roast an ox with a lantern. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

463. "An obscure style is a blind mirror." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An obscure style is a blind mirror. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

464. "Anger is always more harmful than the insult that caused it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Anger is always more harmful than the insult that caused it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

465. "It is a sad situation for a son-in-law when his mother-in-law praises him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is a sad situation for a son-in-law when his mother-in-law praises him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

466. "Knowing what is right without practicing it denotes a want of proper resolution." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Knowing what is right without practicing it denotes a want of proper resolution. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

467. "All gardeners know better than other gardeners." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

All gardeners know better than other gardeners. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

468. "A friend, one soul, two bodies." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A friend, one soul, two bodies. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

469. "Learning is treasure no thief can touch." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Learning is treasure no thief can touch. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

470. "Eat your three meals in the day, and look forward to sleeping at night." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Eat your three meals in the day, and look forward to sleeping at night. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

471. "Be on a horse when you go in search of a better one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Be on a horse when you go in search of a better one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

472. "A big tree attracts the wind." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A big tree attracts the wind. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

473. "Opportunity knocks at the door only once." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Opportunity knocks at the door only once. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

474. "Gifts reflect those who give them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Gifts reflect those who give them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

475. "Water that has reached its level does not flow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Water that has reached its level does not flow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

476. "The woman who tells her age is either too young to have anything to lose or too old to have anything to gain." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The woman who tells her age is either too young to have anything to lose or too old to have anything to gain. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

477. "It's better to do good in the neighborhood than to burn incense far away." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It's better to do good in the neighborhood than to burn incense far away. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

478. "Know thyself to know others, for heart beats like heart." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Know thyself to know others, for heart beats like heart. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

479. "Virtue is not left to stand alone." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Virtue is not left to stand alone. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

480. "Pleasure for one hour, a bottle of wine. Pleasure for one year a marriage; but pleasure for a lifetime, a garden." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Pleasure for one hour, a bottle of wine. Pleasure for one year a marriage; but pleasure for a lifetime, a garden. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

481. "He who is hungry is never a good civil servant." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is hungry is never a good civil servant. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

482. "Regular feet can't be affected by irregular shoes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Regular feet can't be affected by irregular shoes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

483. "A cloth is not woven from a single thread." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A cloth is not woven from a single thread. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

484. "Words that come from the heart stay warm three winters long." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Words that come from the heart stay warm three winters long. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

485. "Garden flowers larger, field flowers stronger." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Garden flowers larger, field flowers stronger. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

486. "It's better for people to wait for rice, than rice for people." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It's better for people to wait for rice, than rice for people. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

487. "Active people never have louse bites." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Active people never have louse bites. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

488. "To be human is easy, to be a human being is difficult." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To be human is easy, to be a human being is difficult. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

489. "Spring is sooner recognized by plants than by men." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Spring is sooner recognized by plants than by men. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

490. "Love is an eye that doesn't see anything." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Love is an eye that doesn't see anything. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

491. "He who can predict winning numbers should not set off fire crackers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who can predict winning numbers should not set off fire crackers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

492. "To be for one day entirely at leisure is to be for one day an immortal." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To be for one day entirely at leisure is to be for one day an immortal. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

493. "A good bee never lands on a fallen flower." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good bee never lands on a fallen flower. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

494. "The happiness in your pocket, don't spend it all." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The happiness in your pocket, don't spend it all. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

495. "He who strikes the first blow admits he's lost the argument." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who strikes the first blow admits he's lost the argument. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

496. "The poor can only guess at what wealth is; the rich don't know what poverty means." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The poor can only guess at what wealth is; the rich don't know what poverty means. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

497. "Conquerors are kings; the beaten are bandits." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Conquerors are kings; the beaten are bandits. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

498. "To succeed, consult three old people." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To succeed, consult three old people. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

499. "Even a tower a hundred yards tall has still its foundations on the ground." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even a tower a hundred yards tall has still its foundations on the ground. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

500. "It is no good going to the river just wanting to catch a fish; you have to take a net as well." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is no good going to the river just wanting to catch a fish; you have to take a net as well. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

501. "A man need never revenge himself; the body of his enemy will be brought to his own door." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man need never revenge himself; the body of his enemy will be brought to his own door. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

502. "It's not that the well is too deep, but rather the rope is too short." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It's not that the well is too deep, but rather the rope is too short. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

503. "Whoever buys a house must examine the beams; whoever wants a wife must look at her mother." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Whoever buys a house must examine the beams; whoever wants a wife must look at her mother. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

504. "Reform a gambler. Cure leprosy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Reform a gambler. Cure leprosy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

505. "He who can persuade someone not to gamble has earned money for him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who can persuade someone not to gamble has earned money for him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

506. "Only through the eyes of others can we really see our own faults." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Only through the eyes of others can we really see our own faults. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

507. "Keep your broken arm inside your sleeve." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Keep your broken arm inside your sleeve. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

508. "Coming events cast their shadows before them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Coming events cast their shadows before them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

509. "If there is righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty in character. If there is beauty in character, there will be harmony in the home. If there is harmony in the home, there will be order in the nation. If there is order in the nation, there will." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If there is righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty in character. If there is beauty in character, there will be harmony in the home. If there is harmony in the home, there will be order in the nation. If there is order in the nation, there will. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

510. "The wise man forgets insults as the ungrateful forget benefits." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The wise man forgets insults as the ungrateful forget benefits. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

511. "An ant may well destroy a whole dam." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An ant may well destroy a whole dam. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

512. "A dog won't forsake his master because of his poverty; a son never deserts his mother for her homely appearance." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A dog won't forsake his master because of his poverty; a son never deserts his mother for her homely appearance. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

513. "The day your horse dies and your money's gone, your relatives change into strangers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The day your horse dies and your money's gone, your relatives change into strangers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

514. "Fight a wolf with a flex stalk." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Fight a wolf with a flex stalk. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

515. "A one-inch error at the start can be a thousand miles at the end." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A one-inch error at the start can be a thousand miles at the end. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

516. "To forget one's ancestors is to be a brook without a source, a tree without a root." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To forget one's ancestors is to be a brook without a source, a tree without a root. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

517. "Just because men do not like the cold, Heaven will not stop the winter." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Just because men do not like the cold, Heaven will not stop the winter. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

518. "Poverty and ugliness are difficult to hide." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Poverty and ugliness are difficult to hide. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

519. "If your words are worthless, don't give advice." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If your words are worthless, don't give advice. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

520. "It is easier to get a chicken back in the egg than to undo a slander." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easier to get a chicken back in the egg than to undo a slander. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

521. "To correct an evil which already exists is not so well as to foresee and prevent it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To correct an evil which already exists is not so well as to foresee and prevent it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

522. "In enacting laws, rigor is indispensable; in executing them, mercy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In enacting laws, rigor is indispensable; in executing them, mercy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

523. "A thousand-li journey is started by taking the first step." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A thousand-li journey is started by taking the first step. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

524. "With justice on your side, you can go anywhere; without it, you can't take a step." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

With justice on your side, you can go anywhere; without it, you can't take a step. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

525. "Being in the right does not depend on having a loud voice." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Being in the right does not depend on having a loud voice. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

526. "To know others, know yourself first." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To know others, know yourself first. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

527. "All people are your relatives, therefore expect only trouble from them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

All people are your relatives, therefore expect only trouble from them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

528. "Whenever there is profit to be made then think of honesty." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Whenever there is profit to be made then think of honesty. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

529. "Too much politeness conceals deceit." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Too much politeness conceals deceit. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

530. "The man who says it cannot be done, should not interrupt a man who is doing it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The man who says it cannot be done, should not interrupt a man who is doing it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

531. "A wise man will not rebuke a fool." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A wise man will not rebuke a fool. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

532. "If heaven drops a date, open your mouth." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If heaven drops a date, open your mouth. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

533. "Great business is good; to sit and sip this glass is better." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Great business is good; to sit and sip this glass is better. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

534. "Man cannot stir one inch without the push of heaven's finger." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Man cannot stir one inch without the push of heaven's finger. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

535. "It's not the fleas of the dog that make the cat meow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It's not the fleas of the dog that make the cat meow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

536. "One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

537. "Count not what is lost but what is left." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Count not what is lost but what is left. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

538. "When the water falls the stone becomes visible." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When the water falls the stone becomes visible. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

539. "If the pedestal is beautiful the statue must be even more beautiful." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If the pedestal is beautiful the statue must be even more beautiful. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

540. "A book is like a garden carried in the pocket." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A book is like a garden carried in the pocket. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

541. "When you drink the water, remember the spring." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you drink the water, remember the spring. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

542. "In bed be wife and husband, in the hall each other's honored guest." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In bed be wife and husband, in the hall each other's honored guest. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

543. "The palace leads to fame, the market to fortune, and loneliness to wisdom." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The palace leads to fame, the market to fortune, and loneliness to wisdom. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

544. "Too much spirit shows a lack of it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Too much spirit shows a lack of it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

545. "The thoughtless person buries a well when he is thirsty." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The thoughtless person buries a well when he is thirsty. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

546. "Water can do without fishes, fishes cannot do without water." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Water can do without fishes, fishes cannot do without water. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

547. "It is better to travel ten thousand miles than to read ten thousand books." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to travel ten thousand miles than to read ten thousand books. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

548. "The early bird catches the worm." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The early bird catches the worm. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

549. "A wise man takes his own decisions; the ignorant goes with the crowd." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A wise man takes his own decisions; the ignorant goes with the crowd. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

550. "Easy to run downhill, much puffing to run up." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Easy to run downhill, much puffing to run up. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

551. "I heard is good; I saw is better." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

I heard is good; I saw is better. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

552. "In security, do not forget danger; in times of public tranquility, be prepared against anarchy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In security, do not forget danger; in times of public tranquility, be prepared against anarchy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

553. "A girl receives, a widow takes her husband." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A girl receives, a widow takes her husband. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

554. "A tiger cannot beat a crowd of monkeys." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A tiger cannot beat a crowd of monkeys. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

555. "a bird in the hand is worth than two in the bush." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

a bird in the hand is worth than two in the bush. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

556. "Better the cold blast of winter than the hot breath of a pursuing elephant." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Better the cold blast of winter than the hot breath of a pursuing elephant. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

557. "Happiness is the best cosmetic." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Happiness is the best cosmetic. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

558. "Have one's ears pierced only before the wedding ceremony starts." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Have one's ears pierced only before the wedding ceremony starts. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

559. "Love me, love my dog." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Love me, love my dog. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

560. "Do something good and your neighbor will never know, do something bad and they will hear about it a hundred miles away." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do something good and your neighbor will never know, do something bad and they will hear about it a hundred miles away. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

561. "An ambassador bears no blame." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An ambassador bears no blame. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

562. "Rotten wood cannot be carved." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Rotten wood cannot be carved. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

563. "Wise men are never in a hurry." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Wise men are never in a hurry. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

564. "It's not the beauty of a woman that blinds the man, the man blinds himself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It's not the beauty of a woman that blinds the man, the man blinds himself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

565. "Water and words are easy to pour but impossible to recover." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Water and words are easy to pour but impossible to recover. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

566. "The man who strikes first admits that his ideas have given out." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The man who strikes first admits that his ideas have given out. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

567. "The woman who deceives her husband makes her lover swear never to be unfaithful to her." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The woman who deceives her husband makes her lover swear never to be unfaithful to her. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

568. "There is only one pretty child in the world and every mother has it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There is only one pretty child in the world and every mother has it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

569. "To learn what is good, a thousand days are not sufficient; to learn what is evil, an hour is too long." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To learn what is good, a thousand days are not sufficient; to learn what is evil, an hour is too long. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

570. "Every book must be chewed to get out its juice." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Every book must be chewed to get out its juice. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

571. "He who thinks too much about every step he takes will stay on one leg all his life." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who thinks too much about every step he takes will stay on one leg all his life. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

572. "Let us get drunk today, while we have wine; the sorrows of tomorrow may be borne tomorrow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Let us get drunk today, while we have wine; the sorrows of tomorrow may be borne tomorrow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

573. "For people who love even water is sweet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

For people who love even water is sweet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

574. "Water does not stick to the mountain, and vengeance does not stick to a big heart." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Water does not stick to the mountain, and vengeance does not stick to a big heart. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

575. "A woman that always laughs is everybody's wife; a man that is always laughing is an idiot." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman that always laughs is everybody's wife; a man that is always laughing is an idiot. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

576. "Attack is the best defense." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Attack is the best defense. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

577. "Fuel is not sold in a forest, nor fish on a lake." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Fuel is not sold in a forest, nor fish on a lake. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

578. "He who advances may fight, but he who retreats may take care of himself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who advances may fight, but he who retreats may take care of himself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

579. "a candle lights others and consumes itself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

a candle lights others and consumes itself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

580. "Two good talkers are not worth one good listener." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Two good talkers are not worth one good listener. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

581. "A smile can erase a million worries." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A smile can erase a million worries. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

582. "If you are not a fish, how can you know if the fish are happy?" (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are not a fish, how can you know if the fish are happy? (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

583. "If you bow at all, bow low." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you bow at all, bow low. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

584. "If your books are not read, your descendants will be ignorant." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If your books are not read, your descendants will be ignorant. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

585. "An old friend met in a far country is like rain after drought." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An old friend met in a far country is like rain after drought. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

586. "He who was presented with an ox must give in return a horse." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who was presented with an ox must give in return a horse. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

587. "In his decision the judge with seven reasons gives only one in court." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In his decision the judge with seven reasons gives only one in court. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

588. "An inch of time is an inch of gold but you can't buy that inch of time with an inch of gold." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

An inch of time is an inch of gold but you can't buy that inch of time with an inch of gold. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

589. "He who has a lot of money and no children is not rich; he who has many children and no money is not a pauper." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who has a lot of money and no children is not rich; he who has many children and no money is not a pauper. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

590. "Lend money to someone who won't pay you back and he'll hate you." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Lend money to someone who won't pay you back and he'll hate you. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

591. "It is better to be without a book than to believe it entirely." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to be without a book than to believe it entirely. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

592. "A nation's treasure is in its scholars." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A nation's treasure is in its scholars. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

593. "A filthy mouth will not utter decent language." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A filthy mouth will not utter decent language. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

594. "Dogs have no prejudice against the poor." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Dogs have no prejudice against the poor. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

595. "It is easier to visit your friends than to live with them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easier to visit your friends than to live with them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

596. "Be the first to the field and the last to the couch." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Be the first to the field and the last to the couch. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

597. "It is not the destination that is important, but the journey there." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is not the destination that is important, but the journey there. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

598. "Whoever tears his clothes must mend them himself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Whoever tears his clothes must mend them himself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

599. "Dangerous enemies will meet again in narrow streets." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Dangerous enemies will meet again in narrow streets. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

600. "The old tree grows as it was bent when young." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The old tree grows as it was bent when young. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

601. "For the sake of one good action, a hundred evil ones should be forgotten." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

For the sake of one good action, a hundred evil ones should be forgotten. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

602. "The palest ink is better than the best memory." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The palest ink is better than the best memory. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

603. "Exaggeration is to paint a snake and add legs." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Exaggeration is to paint a snake and add legs. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

604. "The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is today." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is today. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

605. "Raise your sail one foot and you get ten feet of wind." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Raise your sail one foot and you get ten feet of wind. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

606. "Courtesy never offended anybody." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Courtesy never offended anybody. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

607. "When a woman talks to you, smile but do not listen." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When a woman talks to you, smile but do not listen. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

608. "A single conversation across the table with a wise man is worth a month's study of books." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A single conversation across the table with a wise man is worth a month's study of books. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

609. "A word spoken can never be taken back." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A word spoken can never be taken back. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

610. "Happiness has its roots, sorrow has its womb." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Happiness has its roots, sorrow has its womb. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

611. "It is often more difficult to come back home than it is to go away." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is often more difficult to come back home than it is to go away. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

612. "He who is drowned is not troubled by the rain." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is drowned is not troubled by the rain. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

613. "The rose has thorns only for those who would gather it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The rose has thorns only for those who would gather it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

614. "Where there is life, there is hope." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Where there is life, there is hope. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

615. "Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

616. "He who sacrifices his conscience to ambition burns a picture to obtain the ashes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who sacrifices his conscience to ambition burns a picture to obtain the ashes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

617. "If you have nothing else to offer me, offer me your smile." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you have nothing else to offer me, offer me your smile. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

618. "He who has a straight body is not worried about his crooked shadow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who has a straight body is not worried about his crooked shadow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

619. "When a man is crazy about a woman only she can cure him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When a man is crazy about a woman only she can cure him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

620. "Mankind fears an evil man but heaven does not." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Mankind fears an evil man but heaven does not. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

621. "Do not confine your children to your own learning, for they were born in another time." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not confine your children to your own learning, for they were born in another time. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

622. "In reviling, it is not necessary to prepare a preliminary draft." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In reviling, it is not necessary to prepare a preliminary draft. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

623. "A teacher is someone who ploughs with his tongue to fill his little bowl with rice." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A teacher is someone who ploughs with his tongue to fill his little bowl with rice. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

624. "If you are hunting for a red deer then ignore the hares." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are hunting for a red deer then ignore the hares. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

625. "a bad workman always blames his tools." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

a bad workman always blames his tools. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

626. "The first decision of a woman is the most intelligent and the last decision most dangerous." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The first decision of a woman is the most intelligent and the last decision most dangerous. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

627. "Always keep calm in an emergency." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Always keep calm in an emergency. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

628. "Teach your son in the front garden and your wife on the pillow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Teach your son in the front garden and your wife on the pillow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

629. "No one is more afraid of ghosts than those who don't believe in them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No one is more afraid of ghosts than those who don't believe in them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

630. "Do good, reap good; do evil, reap evil." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do good, reap good; do evil, reap evil. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

631. "If you are married to a chicken obey the chicken. If you are married to a dog obey the dog." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are married to a chicken obey the chicken. If you are married to a dog obey the dog. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

632. "Misfortune is not that which can be avoided, but that which cannot." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Misfortune is not that which can be avoided, but that which cannot. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

633. "Small ills are the fountains of most of our groans. Men trip not on mountains, they stumble on stones." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Small ills are the fountains of most of our groans. Men trip not on mountains, they stumble on stones. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

634. "He who goes his own way does not deserve being received." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who goes his own way does not deserve being received. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

635. "A single hair of silk does not make a thread; one tree does not make a grove." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A single hair of silk does not make a thread; one tree does not make a grove. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

636. "One bamboo does not make a forest." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One bamboo does not make a forest. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

637. "The miracle is not to fly in the air, or to walk on the water; but to walk on the earth." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The miracle is not to fly in the air, or to walk on the water; but to walk on the earth. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

638. "There are two perfectly good men; one dead, and the other unborn." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There are two perfectly good men; one dead, and the other unborn. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

639. "Do well and have well." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do well and have well. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

640. "He that has no money might as well be buried in a rice tub with his mouth sewn up." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He that has no money might as well be buried in a rice tub with his mouth sewn up. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

641. "Easy to believe in heaven's law, but so hard to keep." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Easy to believe in heaven's law, but so hard to keep. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

642. "People live like birds in the woods, When the time comes, each must take flight." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

People live like birds in the woods, When the time comes, each must take flight. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

643. "In our actions, we should accord with the will of heaven; in our words, we should consult the feelings of men." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In our actions, we should accord with the will of heaven; in our words, we should consult the feelings of men. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

644. "He who carves the Buddha never worships him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who carves the Buddha never worships him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

645. "For each man produced by heaven, earth provides a grave." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

For each man produced by heaven, earth provides a grave. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

646. "The spirit goes on foot." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The spirit goes on foot. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

647. "Slow work, fine work." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Slow work, fine work. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

648. "In a flood of words, surely some mistakes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In a flood of words, surely some mistakes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

649. "If you suspect a man, don't employ him, and if you employ him, don't suspect him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you suspect a man, don't employ him, and if you employ him, don't suspect him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

650. "It is easy to convince a wise man, but to reason with a fool is a difficult undertaking." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easy to convince a wise man, but to reason with a fool is a difficult undertaking. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

651. "Easy to know men's faces, not their hearts." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Easy to know men's faces, not their hearts. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

652. "He who does not regularly put on clean socks will never get used to circus life." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who does not regularly put on clean socks will never get used to circus life. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

653. "A young doctor makes a full graveyard." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A young doctor makes a full graveyard. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

654. "A small cottage wherein laughter lives is worth more than a castle full of tears." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A small cottage wherein laughter lives is worth more than a castle full of tears. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

655. "Make happy those who are near, and those who are far will come." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Make happy those who are near, and those who are far will come. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

656. "If you are planning for one year, grow rice. If you are planning for 20 years grow trees. If you are planning for centuries, grow men." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are planning for one year, grow rice. If you are planning for 20 years grow trees. If you are planning for centuries, grow men. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

657. "As the scream of the eagle is heard when she has passed over, so a man's name remains after his death." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

As the scream of the eagle is heard when she has passed over, so a man's name remains after his death. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

658. "Never write a letter while you are angry." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Never write a letter while you are angry. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

659. "There are only two ways to reach the truth, with literature and agriculture." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There are only two ways to reach the truth, with literature and agriculture. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

660. "We can study until old age and still not finish." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

We can study until old age and still not finish. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

661. "To die is to stop living but to stop living is something entirely different than dying." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To die is to stop living but to stop living is something entirely different than dying. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

662. "He who at once knows himself, and knows others, will triumph as often as he contends." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who at once knows himself, and knows others, will triumph as often as he contends. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

663. "The conquerors are kings; the defeated are bandits." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The conquerors are kings; the defeated are bandits. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

664. "Deep down all men are alike, and that is the problem." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Deep down all men are alike, and that is the problem. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

665. "Be not disturbed at being misunderstood; be disturbed at not understanding." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Be not disturbed at being misunderstood; be disturbed at not understanding. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

666. "As soon as you have finished a job, you start appreciating the difficulties." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

As soon as you have finished a job, you start appreciating the difficulties. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

667. "A good book is a good friend." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good book is a good friend. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

668. "It is easier to govern a country than a son." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easier to govern a country than a son. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

669. "One moment's error becomes a lifetime of sadness." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One moment's error becomes a lifetime of sadness. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

670. "Reshape one's foot to try to fit into a new shoe." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Reshape one's foot to try to fit into a new shoe. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

671. "Only one who can swallow an insult is a man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Only one who can swallow an insult is a man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

672. "A heart that is rotten, breath that smells." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A heart that is rotten, breath that smells. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

673. "If a rat wants to die it bites a cat's tail." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If a rat wants to die it bites a cat's tail. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

674. "Man fools himself. He prays for a long life, and he fears an old age." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Man fools himself. He prays for a long life, and he fears an old age. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

675. "If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

676. "Have patience, the grass will be milk soon enough." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Have patience, the grass will be milk soon enough. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

677. "Not only those who can talk the best tell you the most interesting things." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Not only those who can talk the best tell you the most interesting things. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

678. "He who does not feed the dog feeds the thief." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who does not feed the dog feeds the thief. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

679. "If a man does not receive guests at home, he will meet with very few hosts abroad." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If a man does not receive guests at home, he will meet with very few hosts abroad. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

680. "Don't hang your conscience on your back." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't hang your conscience on your back. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

681. "The jewel of the air is the sun; the jewel of the house is the child." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The jewel of the air is the sun; the jewel of the house is the child. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

682. "Time is money, and it is difficult for one to use money to get time." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Time is money, and it is difficult for one to use money to get time. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

683. "The first time you cheat me, be ashamed. The second time it is I who must be ashamed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The first time you cheat me, be ashamed. The second time it is I who must be ashamed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

684. "If you do without something for long enough, then you don't need it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you do without something for long enough, then you don't need it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

685. "adversity makes a man wise, not rich." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

adversity makes a man wise, not rich. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

686. "Failure is mother of success." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Failure is mother of success. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

687. "Laws control the lesser man; right conduct controls the greater one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Laws control the lesser man; right conduct controls the greater one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

688. "A man thinks that he knows it, but his wife knows better." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man thinks that he knows it, but his wife knows better. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

689. "The saving man becomes the free man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The saving man becomes the free man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

690. "Fortune and flowers do not last forever." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Fortune and flowers do not last forever. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

691. "Happy is the man who knows he's happy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Happy is the man who knows he's happy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

692. "Even the highest towers begin at the ground." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even the highest towers begin at the ground. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

693. "When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

694. "If a man becomes powerful even his chicken and his dog go to heaven." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If a man becomes powerful even his chicken and his dog go to heaven. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

695. "Ceremony is the smoke of friendship." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Ceremony is the smoke of friendship. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

696. "Talking without thinking is shooting without aiming." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Talking without thinking is shooting without aiming. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

697. "When you say one thing, the clever person understands three." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you say one thing, the clever person understands three. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

698. "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

699. "Sow much, reap much; sow little, reap little." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Sow much, reap much; sow little, reap little. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

700. "Your fingers can't be of the same length." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Your fingers can't be of the same length. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

701. "Neither fortunes nor flowers last forever." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Neither fortunes nor flowers last forever. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

702. "It's as difficult to be rich without bragging as it is to be poor without complaining." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It's as difficult to be rich without bragging as it is to be poor without complaining. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

703. "Justice is the result of public opinion." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Justice is the result of public opinion. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

704. "Don't waste your hour, the sun sets soon." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't waste your hour, the sun sets soon. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

705. "Often one finds one's destiny just where one hides to avoid it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Often one finds one's destiny just where one hides to avoid it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

706. "Learn to paint a tiger and you only paint his skin; learn to know a human being and you only know his face." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Learn to paint a tiger and you only paint his skin; learn to know a human being and you only know his face. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

707. "A friend in need is a friend indeed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A friend in need is a friend indeed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

708. "Dream different dreams while on the same bed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Dream different dreams while on the same bed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

709. "We all like lamb; each has a different way of cooking it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

We all like lamb; each has a different way of cooking it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

710. "He who cannot suffer discomfort, will not be called for important things." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who cannot suffer discomfort, will not be called for important things. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

711. "Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

712. "A moment of patience can prevent a great disaster and a moment of impatience can ruin a whole life." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A moment of patience can prevent a great disaster and a moment of impatience can ruin a whole life. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

713. "No needle is sharp at both ends." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No needle is sharp at both ends. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

714. "The loss of one night's sleep is followed by ten days of inconvenience." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The loss of one night's sleep is followed by ten days of inconvenience. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

715. "A picture is worth ten thousand words." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A picture is worth ten thousand words. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

716. "It is easy to govern a kingdom but difficult to rule one's family." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easy to govern a kingdom but difficult to rule one's family. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

717. "In shallow waters, shrimps make fools of dragons." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In shallow waters, shrimps make fools of dragons. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

718. "A day's planning is done in the morning." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A day's planning is done in the morning. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

719. "Quiet rivers have flowery banks." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Quiet rivers have flowery banks. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

720. "Judge not the horse by his saddle." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Judge not the horse by his saddle. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

721. "Forethought is easy, repentance hard." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Forethought is easy, repentance hard. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

722. "Misfortune only comes in when the door is open." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Misfortune only comes in when the door is open. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

723. "Love your neighbors, but don't pull down the fence." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Love your neighbors, but don't pull down the fence. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

724. "A man is as ignorant of his own failings as the ox is unconscious of his great strength." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man is as ignorant of his own failings as the ox is unconscious of his great strength. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

725. "If you walk on snow you cannot hide your footprints." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you walk on snow you cannot hide your footprints. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

726. "Every letter must be chewed before you can refresh yourself with its juice." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Every letter must be chewed before you can refresh yourself with its juice. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

727. "If you have never done anything evil, you should not be worrying about devils knocking at your door." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you have never done anything evil, you should not be worrying about devils knocking at your door. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

728. "Virtuous for ten years is still not enough; evil for one day is too much already." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Virtuous for ten years is still not enough; evil for one day is too much already. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

729. "In the presence of princes the cleverest jester is mute." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In the presence of princes the cleverest jester is mute. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

730. "There's many a good man to be found under a shabby hat." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There's many a good man to be found under a shabby hat. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

731. "When a finger points at the moon, the imbecile looks at the finger." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When a finger points at the moon, the imbecile looks at the finger. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

732. "Don't strike a flea on a tiger's head." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't strike a flea on a tiger's head. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

733. "Nature is better than a middling doctor." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Nature is better than a middling doctor. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

734. "No iron is so strong that it cannot be melted down, and no business so dirty that can be fixed with money." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No iron is so strong that it cannot be melted down, and no business so dirty that can be fixed with money. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

735. "Four horses cannot overtake the tongue." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Four horses cannot overtake the tongue. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

736. "Money can buy a lot that is not even for sale." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Money can buy a lot that is not even for sale. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

737. "He who cannot boast cannot succeed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who cannot boast cannot succeed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

738. "Win a cat and lose a cow, the consequence of litigation." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Win a cat and lose a cow, the consequence of litigation. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

739. "The man of worth is really great, without being proud; the mean man is proud, without being really great." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The man of worth is really great, without being proud; the mean man is proud, without being really great. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

740. "No matter how tall the tree is, its leaves will always fall to the ground." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how tall the tree is, its leaves will always fall to the ground. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

741. "Disaster emanates from a careless talk." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Disaster emanates from a careless talk. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

742. "To talk goodness is not good, only to do it is." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To talk goodness is not good, only to do it is. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

743. "If you want happiness for an hour; take a nap. If you want happiness for a day; go fishing. If you want happiness for a month; get married. If you want happiness for a year; inherit a fortune." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want happiness for an hour; take a nap. If you want happiness for a day; go fishing. If you want happiness for a month; get married. If you want happiness for a year; inherit a fortune. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

744. "It is better to believe that a man does possess good qualities, than to assert that he does not." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to believe that a man does possess good qualities, than to assert that he does not. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

745. "Deer-hunter, waste not your arrow on the hare." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Deer-hunter, waste not your arrow on the hare. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

746. "Covet wealth, and want it; don't, and luck will grant it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Covet wealth, and want it; don't, and luck will grant it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

747. "Time flies like an arrow; days and months like a weaver's shuttle." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Time flies like an arrow; days and months like a weaver's shuttle. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

748. "Spouses that love each other say a thousand things without speaking." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Spouses that love each other say a thousand things without speaking. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

749. "A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

750. "A louse cannot lift the eiderdown." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A louse cannot lift the eiderdown. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

751. "Clear conscience never fears midnight knocking." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Clear conscience never fears midnight knocking. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

752. "If you wish to succeed, consult three old people." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you wish to succeed, consult three old people. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

753. "Merit and glory never adorn a nightcap." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Merit and glory never adorn a nightcap. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

754. "A man is old when he takes the whole night to do what he used to do all night long." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man is old when he takes the whole night to do what he used to do all night long. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

755. "Gold has its price; learning is beyond price." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Gold has its price; learning is beyond price. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

756. "A man is never too old to learn." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man is never too old to learn. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

757. "Forget the favors given; remember those received." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Forget the favors given; remember those received. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

758. "Alms given openly will be rewarded in secret." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Alms given openly will be rewarded in secret. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

759. "How can you expect to find ivory in a dog's mouth?" (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

How can you expect to find ivory in a dog's mouth? (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

760. "A good breakfast cannot take the place of the evening meal." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good breakfast cannot take the place of the evening meal. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

761. "Man is the head of the family, woman the neck that turns the head." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Man is the head of the family, woman the neck that turns the head. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

762. "A smile will gain you ten more years of life." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A smile will gain you ten more years of life. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

763. "There is no economy in going to bed early to save candles if the result is twins." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no economy in going to bed early to save candles if the result is twins. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

764. "Even criminals have their uses; they keep sleepyheads awake." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even criminals have their uses; they keep sleepyheads awake. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

765. "Learning is a treasure which accompanies its owner everywhere." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Learning is a treasure which accompanies its owner everywhere. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

766. "The one who understands does not speak; the one who speaks does not understand." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The one who understands does not speak; the one who speaks does not understand. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

767. "Just scales and full measure injure no man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Just scales and full measure injure no man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

768. "Donkey's lips don't fit onto a horse's mouth." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Donkey's lips don't fit onto a horse's mouth. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

769. "Not wine, men intoxicate themselves; Not vice, men entice themselves." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Not wine, men intoxicate themselves; Not vice, men entice themselves. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

770. "If a son is uneducated, his father is to blame." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If a son is uneducated, his father is to blame. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

771. "Beautiful roads never go far." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Beautiful roads never go far. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

772. "Indulgences have more victims than swords." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Indulgences have more victims than swords. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

773. "He who can suppress a moment's anger may prevent many days sorrow." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who can suppress a moment's anger may prevent many days sorrow. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

774. "There is a time to fish and a time to dry the nets." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There is a time to fish and a time to dry the nets. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

775. "Do everything at the right time and one day will seem like three." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do everything at the right time and one day will seem like three. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

776. "He who is not satisfied with himself will grow; he who is not sure of his own correctness will learn many things." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is not satisfied with himself will grow; he who is not sure of his own correctness will learn many things. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

777. "Diligence is a treasure of inestimable price, and prudence is the pledge of security." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Diligence is a treasure of inestimable price, and prudence is the pledge of security. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

778. "The harvest of a whole year depends on what you sow in the springtime." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The harvest of a whole year depends on what you sow in the springtime. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

779. "If there is a strong general, there will be no weak soldiers." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If there is a strong general, there will be no weak soldiers. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

780. "A red-nosed man may be a teetotaler, but will find no one to believe it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A red-nosed man may be a teetotaler, but will find no one to believe it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

781. "He who wants to be a dragon must eat many little snakes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who wants to be a dragon must eat many little snakes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

782. "After three days without reading, talk becomes flavorless." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

After three days without reading, talk becomes flavorless. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

783. "Fail to steal the chicken while it ate up your bait grain." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Fail to steal the chicken while it ate up your bait grain. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

784. "One foot cannot stand on two boats." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

One foot cannot stand on two boats. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

785. "Before telling secrets on the road, look in the bushes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Before telling secrets on the road, look in the bushes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

786. "With virtue you can't be entirely poor; without virtue you can't really be rich." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

With virtue you can't be entirely poor; without virtue you can't really be rich. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

787. "Kindle not a fire you cannot put out." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Kindle not a fire you cannot put out. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

788. "The loftiest towers rise from the ground." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The loftiest towers rise from the ground. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

789. "A man combs his hair every morning, why not his heart?" (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man combs his hair every morning, why not his heart? (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

790. "Sorrow is the child of too much joy." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Sorrow is the child of too much joy. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

791. "If you love your son, be liberal in punishment; if you hate your son, accustom him to dainties." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you love your son, be liberal in punishment; if you hate your son, accustom him to dainties. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

792. "There are plenty of men in the world but very few heroes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

There are plenty of men in the world but very few heroes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

793. "The country where flowers are expensive lacks the foundation of culture." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The country where flowers are expensive lacks the foundation of culture. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

794. "Modesty is attended with profit; arrogance brings on destruction." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Modesty is attended with profit; arrogance brings on destruction. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

795. "Do not anxiously expect what is not yet come; do not vainly regret what is already past." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not anxiously expect what is not yet come; do not vainly regret what is already past. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

796. "If the first words fail, ten thousand will then not avail." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If the first words fail, ten thousand will then not avail. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

797. "It is difficult to catch a black cat in a dark room, especially when it is not there." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is difficult to catch a black cat in a dark room, especially when it is not there. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

798. "The powerful are never faithful." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The powerful are never faithful. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

799. "It is only good when the old and the young respect each other." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is only good when the old and the young respect each other. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

800. "Rivalry between scholars improves science." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Rivalry between scholars improves science. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

801. "A good memory is not so good as a little ink." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good memory is not so good as a little ink. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

802. "The ripest fruit falls by itself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The ripest fruit falls by itself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

803. "A good dog does not bite a chicken and a good man does not hit his wife." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A good dog does not bite a chicken and a good man does not hit his wife. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

804. "He who is not friendly towards a good guest will never have one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is not friendly towards a good guest will never have one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

805. "He who trips and falls should not blame his foot." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who trips and falls should not blame his foot. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

806. "Man is born without knowledge, and when he has obtained it, very soon becomes old; when his experience is ripe, death suddenly seizes him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Man is born without knowledge, and when he has obtained it, very soon becomes old; when his experience is ripe, death suddenly seizes him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

807. "Not until just before dawn do people sleep best; not until people get old do they become wise." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Not until just before dawn do people sleep best; not until people get old do they become wise. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

808. "The earth offers you a grave everywhere." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The earth offers you a grave everywhere. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

809. "He that is not eager to be pawed in cash is not a businessman." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He that is not eager to be pawed in cash is not a businessman. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

810. "A friend to everybody is a friend to nobody." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A friend to everybody is a friend to nobody. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

811. "It is hard to please everyone." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is hard to please everyone. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

812. "Make friends with what is good in a man and not his goods." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Make friends with what is good in a man and not his goods. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

813. "It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

814. "When men speak of the future, the gods laugh." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When men speak of the future, the gods laugh. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

815. "Eighteen daughters beautiful as goddesses are not as good as one crippled son." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Eighteen daughters beautiful as goddesses are not as good as one crippled son. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

816. "First come, first served." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

First come, first served. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

817. "The more souls the more gossip." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The more souls the more gossip. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

818. "When you are in Rome, do as the Romans do." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you are in Rome, do as the Romans do. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

819. "A rat who gnaws at a cat's tail invites destruction." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A rat who gnaws at a cat's tail invites destruction. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

820. "The net of heaven is large and wide, but it lets nothing through." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The net of heaven is large and wide, but it lets nothing through. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

821. "The prettiest birds are in a cage." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The prettiest birds are in a cage. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

822. "Be in readiness for favorable winds." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Be in readiness for favorable winds. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

823. "Last night I made a thousand plans, but this morning I went my old way." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Last night I made a thousand plans, but this morning I went my old way. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

824. "Three glasses of wine end a hundred quarrels." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Three glasses of wine end a hundred quarrels. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

825. "A man of high principles is someone who can watch a chess game without passing comment." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man of high principles is someone who can watch a chess game without passing comment. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

826. "A hasty man drinks his tea with a fork." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A hasty man drinks his tea with a fork. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

827. "Man has a thousand plans, heaven but one." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Man has a thousand plans, heaven but one. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

828. "A blind cat catches only a dead rat." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A blind cat catches only a dead rat. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

829. "The father in praising the son extols himself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The father in praising the son extols himself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

830. "He who hasn't a penny sees bargains everywhere." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who hasn't a penny sees bargains everywhere. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

831. "Let him who does not know what war is go to war." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Let him who does not know what war is go to war. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

832. "In the midst of great joy, do not promise anyone anything. In the midst of great anger, do not answer anyone's letter." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In the midst of great joy, do not promise anyone anything. In the midst of great anger, do not answer anyone's letter. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

833. "Deep doubts, deep wisdom; small doubts, little wisdom." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Deep doubts, deep wisdom; small doubts, little wisdom. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

834. "The house with an old grandparent harbors a jewel." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The house with an old grandparent harbors a jewel. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

835. "Heavenly music is interpreted differently by everyone." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Heavenly music is interpreted differently by everyone. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

836. "He who knows his heart mistrusts his eyes." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who knows his heart mistrusts his eyes. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

837. "When you are very angry, don't go to a lawyer; when you are very hungry, don't be a poet." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When you are very angry, don't go to a lawyer; when you are very hungry, don't be a poet. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

838. "Kill the chicken to frighten the monkey." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Kill the chicken to frighten the monkey. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

839. "Great promises are not followed by corresponding actions." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Great promises are not followed by corresponding actions. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

840. "The mind is the emperor of the body." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The mind is the emperor of the body. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

841. "In a broken nest there are few whole eggs." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

In a broken nest there are few whole eggs. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

842. "Sooner or later the day comes when the tumor can be lanced." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Sooner or later the day comes when the tumor can be lanced. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

843. "A tiger never returns to his prey he did not finish off." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A tiger never returns to his prey he did not finish off. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

844. "The fire you kindle for your enemy often burns yourself more than him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The fire you kindle for your enemy often burns yourself more than him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

845. "The pen can kill a man; no knife is needed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The pen can kill a man; no knife is needed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

846. "Don't trust your wife until she has borne you ten sons." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't trust your wife until she has borne you ten sons. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

847. "To have beautiful servant girls is a threat to good marriages." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To have beautiful servant girls is a threat to good marriages. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

848. "A child's life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A child's life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

849. "God and fairies can be wrong as well." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

God and fairies can be wrong as well. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

850. "Even a sheep with the skin of a tiger is afraid of the wolf." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even a sheep with the skin of a tiger is afraid of the wolf. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

851. "When there are two in a lawsuit only a third will profit from it." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

When there are two in a lawsuit only a third will profit from it. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

852. "Happy people never count hours as they pass." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Happy people never count hours as they pass. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

853. "The contented person can never be ruined." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The contented person can never be ruined. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

854. "He who has nothing to lose is rich." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who has nothing to lose is rich. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

855. "Big chickens don't peck at small seeds." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Big chickens don't peck at small seeds. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

856. "Abroad we judge the dress; at home we judge the man." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Abroad we judge the dress; at home we judge the man. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

857. "Drunkards talk to the gods." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Drunkards talk to the gods. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

858. "Even a hare will bite when it is cornered." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even a hare will bite when it is cornered. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

859. "The advice of a clever woman can ruin a strong town." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The advice of a clever woman can ruin a strong town. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

860. "The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their right names." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their right names. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

861. "If you hurry through long days, you will hurry through short years." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you hurry through long days, you will hurry through short years. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

862. "He who knows himself knows everybody." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

He who knows himself knows everybody. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

863. "Nothing can be accomplished without norms or standards." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Nothing can be accomplished without norms or standards. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

864. "A man is happy when he has books, but happier still when he does not need them." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

A man is happy when he has books, but happier still when he does not need them. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

865. "Choose your inn before dark, get back on the road before dawn." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Choose your inn before dark, get back on the road before dawn. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

866. "Wealth is but dung, useful only when spread about." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Wealth is but dung, useful only when spread about. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

867. "The man who is not destined to die will be cured by medicine." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The man who is not destined to die will be cured by medicine. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

868. "If life is fulfilled we go away with empty hands." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If life is fulfilled we go away with empty hands. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

869. "The remedy for dirt is soap and water. The remedy for dying is living." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The remedy for dirt is soap and water. The remedy for dying is living. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

870. "To understand your parents love you must raise children yourself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To understand your parents love you must raise children yourself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

871. "Riches, a dream in the night; fame, a gull floating on water." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Riches, a dream in the night; fame, a gull floating on water. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

872. "Bad things never walk alone." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Bad things never walk alone. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

873. "Don't expect from others what you can't promise them yourself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't expect from others what you can't promise them yourself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

874. "Faith and dishonesty are other words for uselessness." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Faith and dishonesty are other words for uselessness. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

875. "The happiest life ends before death." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

The happiest life ends before death. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

876. "If we do not change our direction, we are likely to end up where we are headed." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If we do not change our direction, we are likely to end up where we are headed. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

877. "If heaven made him, earth can find some use for him." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If heaven made him, earth can find some use for him. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

878. "Do not employ handsome servants." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not employ handsome servants. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

879. "Every cloud has a silver lining." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Every cloud has a silver lining. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

880. "Govern yourself and you can govern the world." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Govern yourself and you can govern the world. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

881. "Going too far is as bad as falling short." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Going too far is as bad as falling short. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

882. "Flowing water never goes dirty; our door hubs never gather termites." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Flowing water never goes dirty; our door hubs never gather termites. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

883. "If you can command yourself, you can command the world." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you can command yourself, you can command the world. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

884. "Climb the mountains to see lowlands." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Climb the mountains to see lowlands. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

885. "To feed the ambition in your heart is like carrying a tiger under your arm." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

To feed the ambition in your heart is like carrying a tiger under your arm. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

886. "Make sure you leave some fat for the other side." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Make sure you leave some fat for the other side. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

887. "Even an accomplished physician cannot cure himself." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Even an accomplished physician cannot cure himself. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

888. "If you want dinner, don't insult the cook." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want dinner, don't insult the cook. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

889. "Fire makes mud hard and gold melt." (Chinese Sayings) Click to tweet

Fire makes mud hard and gold melt. (Chinese Sayings);  #AsianSayings