Chinese Proverbs

Chinese culture has thousands of proverbs, in which they use to outline their everyday lives. These wise sayings and proverbs have originated from famous Chinese philosophers, families, and members of society. Proverbs and wise sayings developed in China from historical stories from their ancestors, their surroundings, language and beliefs

Chinese Proverb- Reunion after long separation

Reunion after long separation is even better than one's wedding night. Chinese Proverb The feeling of seeing a partner or More Info

Chinese Proverb On Getting Out of Comfort Zone

All cats love fish but fear to wet their paws. Chinese Proverb As humans, we all want success and the More Info

Chinese Proverbs On Being Tired

A man grows most tired while standing still. Chinese Proverbs Proverb Meaning: This logical Chinese proverb is referring to tiredness More Info

Chinese Proverb on Teamwork

A tiger cannot beat a crowd of monkeys. Chinese Proverb Proverb Meaning: A tiger is a symbol of someone with More Info

Chinese Proverb on Joy and Grief

"One joy scatters a hundred griefs." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Working Together

One bamboo does not make a forest. -Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb on Being Friendly

"Love your neighbors but don't pull down the fence." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Getting Started

"A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Ignorance

"It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Advice, Mentorship and Success

If you wish to succeed, consult three old people. - Chinese Proverb Old people often have a great deal of More Info

Chinese Proverb on Challenge and Success

"If you don't climb the mountain, you can't view the plain." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Connection and People

"If you are not a fish, how can you know if the fish are happy."? More Info

Chinese Proverb On Visitors

"If no one comes, the dog does not bark." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Guests and Home

"He who is not friendly towards guest will never have one." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Forgiveness and Cheating

"The first time you cheat me, be ashamed. The second time it is I who must be ashamed. More Info

Chinese Proverb on Books and knowledge

"Every book must be chewed to get out its juice." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Drunkards

Drunkards talk to the gods. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb on Friends and Danger

"Do not remove a fly from your friend's forehead with a hatchet." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Helping and Making a Difference

"Before you prepare to improve the world, look around your own house three times." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Mistake and Task

"Always leave a little room for a mistake." More Info

Chinese Proverb on Strength and Struggle

"Almond nuts come to those who have no teeth." More Info

Chinese Proverb On Kindness

Deal with the faults of others as gently as your own.     Chinese Proverb    More Info

Chinese Proverb On Controlling Emotions

Control your emotions or they will control you. Chinese Proverb      More Info

Chinese Proverb On Leadership

An army of a thousand is easy to find but ah how difficult to find a general.       Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Learning

When the pupil is ready, the teacher will come. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Heaven and Hell

Heaven has a road, but no one travels it; Hell has no gate but men will dig to get there. More Info

Chinese Proverb On Diets and Medicine

He who takes medicine and neglects to diet wastes the skill of his doctors. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Enemies

The fire you kindle for your enemy often burns yourself more than them. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On True Jewel

The jewel of the sky is the sun, the jewel of the house is the child. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Adaptation and Change

A wise man adapts himself to circumstances and change, as water shapes itself to the vessel that contains it. Chinese More Info

Chinese Proverb On Failure and Hardship

When you fall into a pit, you either die or get out.    Chinese Proverb      More Info

Chinese Proverb On People’s Problem

Don't buy other people's problems. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Appreciation and Being Thankful

When eating bamboo sprouts, remember the man who planted them. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Doubts and Negativity

Those who say it can not be done, should not interrupt those doing it. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Books

A book is like a garden carried in the pocket - Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb- Strength From Difficulties

The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Support and Healing

Two barrels of tears will not heal a bruise. Chinese Proverb More Info

Chinese Proverb On Decisions

It is not economical to go to bed early to save the candles if the result is twins.  Chinese Proverb More Info