Giving gold coins to a cat.
God lives in an honest heart.
Good luck in business is like the froth on an ox's face.
Good medicine often has a bitter taste.
Good things are never cheap.
Great deeds come from times of shortage.
Great talents mature late.
Great trees are envied by the wind.
Great villainy is often called loyalty.
Grief itches but scratching it makes it worse.
Growing rice gives you more than poetry will.
Had the pheasant not screamed, it wouldn't have been shot.
Happiness rarely keeps company with an empty stomach.
Happiness spring -- cleans the heart.
He is rich who knows when he has enough.
He who admits to his ignorance shows it once only; he who tries to hide it shows it frequently.
He who burns his mouth on the soup will blow on a cold fish dish.
He who buys useless things, later sells things that he needs.
He who has gold is served by the devil.
He who insults another, digs two graves.
He who is always right will never get round the world.