Children grow up, with or without parents.
Cold tea and cold rice are bearable, but cold looks and cold words are not.
Consider the facts seven times before you suspect someone.
Cupidity has no peak.
Day has its eyes, night has its ears.
Deceive the rich and powerful if you will, but don't insult them.
Depend on your walking stick, not on other people.
Disgrace is like the grain of a tree trunk -- time makes it bigger instead of erasing it.
Do not prophesy to the man who can see further than you can.
Do not stay too long when the husband is not home.
Don't call in the doctor after the funeral.
Don't scratch your shoe when it's your foot that itches.
Don't take a golden sword to cut a radish.
Don't take seriously the cat who mourns for a mouse.
Don't tell others to do what you cannot do.
Drink and sing: the dark night is ahead of us.
Dumplings are better than flowers.
Each day you can admire the moon, the snow and the flowers.
Eat before falling in love.
Eggs and promises are easily broken.
Even a fool knows the glow of gold.