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Mandarin
Chinese Proverb

盲赂鈧ぢ嘎嵜ヂ伵∶ぢ号捗ぢ嘎嵜ぢ尖€樏b偓鈥?pinyin: Y脛芦 b脙鹿 zu脙虏 脙篓r b脙鹿 xi脜芦)
Literally: One doesn"t do, then the two don"t rest.
Meaning: If you start something, you have to finish it no matter what.

氓路娄氓聫鲁茅鈧⒚β郝惷b偓鈥?pinyin: Zu脟鈥?y脙虏u f脙漏ng yu脙隆n)
Literally: Left and right can always cross the river source.
Meaning: A resourceful man knows to avoid a disadvantageous situation.

 
   
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