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    Witty and Wise Chinese Proverbs

    • A single spark can set a prairie on fire
    • Water can both sustain and sink a ship.
    • Count not what is lost, but what is left.
    • If there is a strong general there will be no weak soldiers.
    • To extend your life by a year take one less bite each meal.
    • Peace only comes when reason rules.
    • Even the tallest tower started form the ground.
    • Eloquence provides only persuasion, but truth buys loyalty.
    • Wisdom is attained by learning when to hold one’s tongue.
    • A single tree cannot make a forest
    Taken during the 2007 Chinese New Year's Parade in Sydney.
    Taken during the 2007 Chinese New Year’s Parade in Sydney.
    • If one eats less one will taste more.
    • One hand alone cannot clap, it takes two to quarrel.
    • It does not matter if the cat is black or white, so long as it catches mice.
    • Cowards have dreams, brave men have visions
    • Learning is like the horizon; there is no limit.
    • The old horse will know the way
    • A good friend shields you from the storm
    • Change the skin, wash the heart
    • Sow melon, reap melon; sow beans, reap beans.
    • One sings, all follow.
    • Fortune has a fickle heart and a short memory.
    • Harsh words and poor reasoning never settle anything.
    • Dangerous enemies will meet again in narrow streets.
    • Better to bend in the wind than to break.
    • Do not kill the hen for her eggs.
    • First attain skill; creativity comes later.
    • Make the cap fit the head.
    • A single beam cannot support a great house.
    • Do not be concerned with things outside your door.
    • Wise men may not be learned; learned men may not be wise.
    Chinatown - Melbourne
    Chinatown – Melbourne
    • Crows are black the world over.
    • Do not lift a rock only to drop it on your own foot
    • Kill the chicken to frigthen the monkey
    • Wait long, strike fast.
    • Do not wait until you’re thirsty to dig a well
    • One who would pick the roses must bear with thorns
    • Failure is the mother of success.
    • Do not climb a tree to look for a fish
    • Only time and effort brings proficiency
    • Distance tests the endurance of a horse; time reveals a man’s character.
    Chinese Round Pavillion- Darling Harbour, Sydney.
    Chinese Round Pavillion- Darling Harbour, Sydney.
    Chinese Garden of Friendship - Darling Harbour , Sydney
    Chinese Garden of Friendship – Darling Harbour , Sydney