日以继夜rì yǐ jì yè Working without a break. Exhausted 授人以鱼只解一时之急,授人以渔 则解一生之需shòu rén yǐ yú zhǐ jiù yī shí zhī jí, shòu rén yǐ yú zé jiě yī shēng zhī xū It is important to learn a skill that will last for life 星星之火可以燎原xīng xīng zhī huǒ kě yǐ liáo yuán Need for great care and meticulous planning 以卵击石yǐ luǎn tóu shí Overrate strength and be defeated. An ill-judged contest
The Eight Immortals Ba xian are some of the best known and best loved folk deities in China. The disparate band of individuals are usually shown in a boat each holding an emblematic object: bottle gourd, fan, basket, bamboo tube, peach, sword, flute and castanets. They joined together to defeat the Dragon King. Read More
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