Careful calculation, constant oil and salt.
We advocate grain saving and promote sustainable development.
One minute on the plate, more work in the kitchen.
Work hard to break the roots of poverty.
Diligence leads to constant output and savings every year.
Don't drink, don't smoke, save countless money in three years.
When you have money, show off, and when you have no money, go hungry.
Dawn will be on duty, three dynasties as a job.
When grain enters the warehouse, do not forget the disaster and famine.
People's livelihood is diligent, diligence is not scarce.
Man is diligent in making treasures, but he is lazy in making grass.
A meal saves a mouthful and a bushel a year.
Saving food gives more chances for future life.
Economy is glorious and waste is shameful.
Frugality is the secret to wealth.
For food and clothing, thrift is essential.
It is glorious to save grain and shameful to waste it.
It is everyone's duty to cherish food.
Learning from a foolish old man is not relaxing.
A gentleman overcomes difficulties by virtue of thrift.
Waste bottomless pit, eat mountain empty.
A penny saved is a penny produced.
Quiet to cultivate oneself, thrifty to cultivate morality.
Save one horse a day for ten years.
Diligence and thrift fill the barn with grain, but big hands and big feet leave the barn bare.
Hold your hands tightly, year after year.
Although the grain is small, it's not easy. Don't take hard work as a joke.
Experience the past virtuous country and home, become by diligence and thrift by luxury.
Save grain, start with me. Save grain, start now.
Be careful, eat and wear; eat and drink, sell pots in the house.
Rice grains want sweat, at the expense of grain when self-regret.
Ninety-nine workers work on a grain of rice.
Every year there is storage, and a barren year is not a barren year.
A grain of rice, a drop of sweat, grain sweat beads change.
It is easy to thrift into luxury, but difficult to thrift from luxury.
Cherish every drop of fresh water and have a beautiful tomorrow.
Rich and unchangeable, always be diligent and frugal.
Losers don't lose, but thrift wins.
Waste is expenditure, saving is income.
Save one bite a day and one battle a year.
Ten spoons make a bowl of rice.
Save one or two grains a day and store them in warehouses for ten years.
On the edge of a steel knife, money is needed.
It's easy to lose a family. It's like water pushing sand.
The owner knows that firewood and rice are expensive.
A grain of rice, a thousand drops of sweat, grain sweat.
Coarse tea, light rice, long running water.
Make a careful budget for half a year.
Three years of rotten rice to build tall buildings, three years of porridge to buy a cow.
Thrift is the common denominator of virtue; luxury is the great denominator of evil.
Cherish clothes and clothes, but eat meals.
A minute in the dish, a lot more work in the kitchen.
Every grain on the plate is hard.
You can eat a thousand meals, but you can't eat one.
The world is ours and the food is the world.
Thin waters flow long, and you will not worry about disaster.