*Though a tree may be a thousand feet high, its falling leaves settle on its roots.
*The moon of the native land is bright; the water of the native land is sweet.
*Unity is power.
*A single arrow is easily broken, but not en in a bundle.
*Advantages are inevitably accompanied by disadvantages.
*When industry goes out of the door, poverty comes in at the window.
*We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.
*He is rich enough who is contented.
*The higher the price, the better the quality of the merchandise.
*A penny saved is a penny gained.
*Plain food can make you full, and simple clothes will keep you warm through your life.
*Lightly come, lightly go.
*How much money you can earn is determined by Heaven; it is wise to pay more attention in your health and life.
*Great richness is destined by heaven, small richness comes from thrift.
*He who does nothing but sits and eats will wear away a mountain of wealth.
*For age and want save while you may, no morning sun lasts a whole day.
*A person of noble character loves money, but he attains it by the righteous way.
*A rich family can not last through three generation.
*A man has two feet, but money has four.
*A cent is tied into 24 knots.
*The man of Chi worried that the sky might fall down.
*He who has health has hope; and he who has hope has everything.
*If you take the correct medicine, a leaf of herb is effective; if you take the incorrect medicine, 100 liters of ginseng are ineffective.
食對藥, 青草一葉; 食無對藥, 人參一石
*Laughter is the best medicine.
*A light heart lives long.
*A journey of one thousand li begins with a single step.
*Those who are involved cannot see things as clearly as outsiders do.
*Aged ginger is more pungent.
*A miss is as good as a thousand-li / A small discrepancy leads to a great error.
*A rolling stone gathers no moss.
*A single spark can start a prairie fire.
*As long as one acts as a monk for a single day, one has to go on knocking the bell.
*A thousand probabilities do not make one truth.
*A wily hare has three burrows.
*Do everything one ought to do, and submit to the will of Heaven.
*The planning lies with us, the outcome with Heaven.
*Don’t change commander when going into battle.
*Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
*Even a clever daughter-in-law cannot cook without rice.
*Every road leads to Rome.
*Everything is ready, and all that we need is an east wind.
*Every one to his own calling, and the ox to the plough.
*Men all make mistakes; horses all stumble.
*Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
*Of two harms choose the less.
*One should accept the consequences of one’s own doing.
*One tries to steal a chicken, but ends up losing a handful of rice.
*One will regret his lack of knowledges as he meets something difficult. One doesn’t know the difficulty of a job unless one has experienced it himself.
*Only he who drinks the water knows it is cold or warm.
*Experience is the best teacher.
*Practice makes perfect.
*Repair the house before it rains.
*Slow work yields fine products.
*Spilt water can’t be gathered up again.
*The beginning is hot, while the end is cold.
*The early bird catches the worm.
*The overturned cart ahead is a warning to the carts behind.
*There are no waves without wind.
*To change and to do better are two different things.
*Vision without action is a daydream; action without vision is a nightmare.
*We must learn to walk before we can run.