Save not idly, save tens of millions.
Saving food and benefiting mankind.
A gentleman overcomes difficulties by virtue of thrift.
To cherish food is to love life.
Everyone saves a grain of rice and saves tens of millions of people in the world.
Cherish food, start with me.
A penny saved is a penny produced.
Rice grains want sweat, at the expense of grain when self-regret.
Saving food gives more chances for future life.
Save rice today, oil tomorrow and buy a yellow cattle next year.
If you don't know how to save money, you will spend it too much.
One star and a half stars gather two kilograms.
Economy is glorious and waste is shameful.
Disgrace of extravagance and waste, economy is the most glorious.
Three years of rotten rice to build tall buildings, three years of porridge to buy a cow.
Shipping depends on steering and housekeeping on economy.
Ten spoons make a bowl of rice.
Work hard to break the roots of poverty.
Who knows that Chinese food is hard to eat.
Eat and drink, save money and spend the famine.
Oppose wasting food.
Rich and unchangeable, always be diligent and frugal.
To save geometry is to get geometry.
Man is diligent in making treasures, but he is lazy in making grass.
Save a drop of water every day and have the Pacific Ocean in hard times.
It's easy to lose a family. It's like water pushing sand.
Thrift is the common denominator of virtue; luxury is the great denominator of evil.
Save one or two grains a day and store them in warehouses for ten years.
Experience the past virtuous country and home, become by diligence and thrift by luxury.
Learning from a foolish old man is not relaxing.
Cherish every drop of fresh water and have a beautiful tomorrow.
Cherish food and start with dolls.
Be diligent in your country and frugal at home.
A grain of rice, a drop of sweat, grain sweat beads change.
Everything succeeds by perseverance, and failure perseveres.
How much you save is how much you get.
From thrift to luxury is easy, from luxury to frugality is difficult.
Food is used for food and clothing, not for waste.
Every year there is storage, and a barren year is not a barren year.
Losers don't lose, but thrift wins.
There are shortages to save, and natural shortages to save.
There will always be days to think, never to think.
All day long, grains are sweet.
Gold has no seed and comes from a thrifty family.
Dressed in ragged cloaks, they are often good drinkers.
He who likes leisure and hates work is free from eating hills.
If you have grain in reserve, don't worry about it.
Fine water and stream, eat and wear without worry.
Money can be used, but not wasted.
Frugality can cultivate one's morality without greed for ill-gotten wealth.
Starting from saving grain, we should build a conservation-oriented society.
Cherish clothes and clothes, but eat meals.