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If you love your child, send them out into the world

Japan kawaii ko ni wa tabi o sa seyo
If you love your child, send them out into the world Vertical Wall Scroll

This Japanese proverb means, "If you love your children, send them out on a journey into the world."

This is kind of similar to the western phrase, "Spare the rod and spoil the child."

More literally, this reads, "Cute child, a journey granted."
That "granted" could also be understood as "should be initiated."

Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.


China chù
Chu Vertical Wall Scroll

鄐 is a Chinese surname that romanizes as Chu.

Please note, there are several surnames that romanize as Chu. In fact, in the mainland, names that romanize as Zhu would be Chu in Taiwan. It's easy to get confused to please email me if you are not sure about which surname you need (send me an image of the character if you can).

Energy Sword Body in Concert

Spirit, Sword & Body as One
Japan ki ken tai icchi
Energy Sword Body in Concert Vertical Wall Scroll

This often gets translated as "Mind Sword Body," or "Spirit, Sword and Body as One." But I think these translations don't tell you enough about what this is really saying.

In this context, 気, which is the modern Japanese version of 氣, means spiritual and unseen energy or "life energy." In some cases, 気 can be translated as spirit, feeling, or nature. If defined as mind, it's more about invisible or intangible part of one's mind (or soul).

剣 is the Japanese version of 劍 meaning sword.

体 is the modern Japanese version of 體 meaning body.

The Kanji 一 means one, and in this case suggests "all in one." The Kanji 到 means to send, deliver, or convey. But together, 一到 suggests all these things in agreement, union cooperation, or in concert.

Work Unselfishly for the Common Good

China kè jǐ fèng gōng
Work Unselfishly for the Common Good Vertical Wall Scroll

This can also mean: "Place Strict Standards on Oneself in Public Service."
This Chinese proverb is often used to express how one should act as a government official. Most of us wish our public officials would hold themselves to higher standards. I wish I could send this scroll, along with the meaning to every member of Congress, and the President (or if I was from the UK, all the members of Parliament, and the PM)

The story behind this ancient Chinese idiom:
A man named Cai Zun was born in China a little over 2000 years ago. In 24 AD, he joined an uprising led by Liu Xiu who later became the emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty.

Later, the new emperor put Cai Zun in charge of the military court. Cai Zun exercised his power in strict accordance with military law, regardless of the offender's rank or background. He even ordered the execution of one of the emperor's close servants after the servant committed a serious crime.

Cai Zun led a simple life but put great demands on himself to do all things in an honorable way. The emperor rewarded him for his honest character and honorable nature by promoting him to the rank of General and granting him the title of Marquis.

Whenever Cai Zun would receive an award, he would give credit to his men and share the reward with them.
Cai Zun was always praised by historians who found many examples of his selfless acts that served the public interest.
Sometime, long ago in history, people began to refer to Cai Zun as "ke ji feng gong."

See Also:  Unselfish | Selflessness | Altruism

The one who retreats 50 paces mocks the one to retreats 100

The pot calls the kettle black
China wù shí bù xiào bǎi bù
The one who retreats 50 paces mocks the one to retreats 100 Vertical Wall Scroll

During the Warring States Period of what is now China (475 - 221 B.C.), the King of Wei was in love with war. He often fought with other kingdoms just for spite or fun.

One day, the King of Wei asked the philosopher Mencius, "I love my people, and all say I do the best for them. I move the people from famine-stricken areas to places of plenty, and transport grains from rich areas to the poor. Nobody goes hungry in my kingdom, and I treat my people far better than other kings. But why does the population of my kingdom not increase, and why does the population of other kingdoms not decrease?"

Mencius answered, "Since you love war, I will make this example: When going to war, and the drums beat to start the attack, some soldiers flee for their lives in fear. Some run 100 paces in retreat, and others run 50 steps. Then the ones who retreated 50 paces laugh and taunt those who retreated 100 paces, calling them cowards mortally afraid of death. Do you think this is reasonable?

The King of Wei answered, "Of course not! Those who run 50 paces are just as timid as those who run 100 paces."

Mencius then said, "You are a king who treats his subjects better than other kings treat their people but you are so fond of war, that your people suffer from great losses in battle. Therefore, your population does not grow. While other kings allow their people to starve to death, you send your people to die in war. Is there really any difference?"

This famous conversation led to the six-character proverb shown here. It serves as a warning to avoid hypocrisy. It goes hand-in-hand with the western phrase, "The pot calls the kettle black," or the Biblical phrase, "Before trying to remove a splinter from your neighbor's eye, first remove the plank from your own eye."

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Mandarin fàng / fang4
Taiwan fang
Japanese hanashi / はなし
The one who retreats 50 paces mocks the one to retreats 100 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to put; to place; to release; to free; to let go; to let out; to set off (fireworks)
Japanese (place-name) Hanashi
To let go, release, send out; put, place; to release


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Japanese kawaiikonihatabiosaseyo / kawaikonihatabiosaseyo / かわいいこにはたびをさせよ Japanese (expression) (proverb) Spare the rod and spoil the child; If you love your children, send them out into the world


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Mandarin shǐ / shi3
Taiwan shih
Japanese shi / し
Chinese to make; to cause; to enable; to use; to employ; to send; to instruct sb to do something; envoy; messenger
Japanese (1) messenger; (2) (abbreviation) (See 検非違使) police and judicial chief (Heian and Kamakura periods); (3) {Buddh} (See 煩悩・2) klesha (polluting thoughts such as greed, hatred and delusion, which result in suffering); (female given name) Tsukasa
To send; cause; a messenger; a pursuer, molester, lictor, disturber, troubler, intp. as 煩惱 kleśa, affliction, distress, worldly cares, vexations, and as consequent reincarnation. There are categories of 10, 16, 98, 112, and 128 such troublers, e. g. desire, hate, stupor, pride, doubt, erroneous views, etc., leading to painful results in future rebirths, for they are karma-messengers executing its purpose. Also 金剛童子 q. v; affliction, proclivities

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Mandarin pīng / ping1
Taiwan p`ing / ping
Chinese to send; to let go

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Mandarin/ qu4
Taiwan ch`ü / chü
Japanese kyo
Chinese to go; to go to (a place); (of a time etc) last; just passed; to send; to remove; to get rid of; to reduce; to be apart from in space or time; to die (euphemism); to play (a part); (when used either before or after a verb) to go in order to do something; (after a verb of motion indicates movement away from the speaker); (used after certain verbs to indicate detachment or separation)
Go, go away; gone, past; depart, leave; to remove, dismiss; the 去 tone.

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Mandarin fǎn / fan3
Taiwan fan
Japanese han / はん
Chinese contrary; in reverse; inside out or upside down; to reverse; to return; to oppose; opposite; against; anti-; to rebel; to use analogy; instead; abbr. for 反切[fan3 qie4] phonetic system
Japanese (prefix) (1) anti-; (2) (See 反定立) antithesis; (3) (abbreviation) (See 反切) fanqie; traditional Chinese spelling system in which two characters are used: the first one for the onset, the second one for rhyme and tone; (surname) Sori
To turn over, turn or send back; contrary; to rebel; to return

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Mandarin/ ji4
Taiwan chi
Japanese yorizaki / よりざき    yorisaki / よりさき    yadorigi / やどりぎ    yadoriki / やどりき    hamayori / はまより    takayori / たかより
Chinese to send; to mail; to entrust; to depend on; to attach oneself to; to live (in a house); to lodge; foster (son etc)
Japanese (surname) Yorizaki; (surname) Yorisaki; (surname) Yori; (personal name) Yadorigi; (place-name) Yadoriki; (surname) Hamayori; (surname) Takayori
To go or put under cover, lodge, confide to, deliver, convey, transfer; to enter, put in a list; a basis

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Mandarin chāi // chà // chā / chai1 // cha4 // cha1
Taiwan ch`ai // ch`a / chai // cha
Japanese sa / さ
Chinese to send; to commission; messenger; mission; to differ from; to fall short of; lacking; wrong; inferior; Taiwan pr. [cha1]; difference; discrepancy; to differ; error; to err; to make a mistake
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) difference; variation; (2) {math} difference
To send; to differ, err; translit. ks.

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Mandarin tóu / tou2
Taiwan t`ou / tou
Japanese tou / to / とう
Chinese to cast; to send; to throw oneself (into the river etc); to seek refuge; to place oneself into the hands of
Japanese (1) {baseb} pitching ability; (suf,ctr) (2) counter for pitches
To cast, throw into, surrender, tender.

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Mandarin pài / pai4
Taiwan p`ai / pai
Japanese ha / は
Chinese clique; school; group; faction; to dispatch; to send; to assign; to appoint; pi (Greek letter Ππ); the circular ratio pi = 3.1415926; (loanword) pie
Japanese (n,n-suf) clique; faction; school; (surname) Minamata

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Mandarin liú / liu2
Taiwan liu
Japanese ru / る    ryuu / ryu / りゅう
Chinese to flow; to disseminate; to circulate or spread; to move or drift; to degenerate; to banish or send into exile; stream of water or something resembling one; class, rate or grade
Japanese (archaism) (See 五刑) exile; (n-suf,n) (1) fashion; way; style; manner; (2) school (of thought); (suffix noun) (3) (usu. after a number) (See 一流・1) class; rank; rate; (4) (See 海流・かいりゅう) current (electrical, water, etc.); flow; stream; (surname, given name) Ryuu; (personal name) Meguru; (surname) Mizuyuki; (female given name) Haru; (surname, female given name) Nagare
Flow; float; spread; wander; to flow; a current

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Mandarin/ fa1
Taiwan fa
Japanese hatsu / はつ    saikachi / さいかち
Chinese to send out; to show (one's feeling); to issue; to develop; to make a bundle of money; classifier for gunshots (rounds)
Japanese (surname) Hatsu; (personal name) Saikachi
To shoot forth, send, issue; start, initiate; expound; prosper; arise

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Mandarin zhì / zhi4
Taiwan chih
Japanese chigai / ちがい    itasu / いたす
Chinese to send; to devote; to deliver; to cause; to convey
Japanese (given name) Chigai; (given name) Itasu
to cause

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Mandarin tǎo / tao3
Taiwan t`ao / tao
Chinese to invite; to provoke; to demand or ask for; to send armed forces to suppress; to denounce or condemn; to marry (a woman); to discuss or study

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Mandarin sòng / song4
Taiwan sung
Japanese okuri
Chinese to deliver; to carry; to give (as a present); to present (with); to see off; to send
To escort, send, give as a present.

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Mandarin qiǎn / qian3
Taiwan ch`ien / chien
Japanese ken / けん
Chinese to dispatch; to send; to dispel
Japanese (personal name) Ken
To send; to drive away; chase away

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Mandarin xiáng // jiàng / xiang2 // jiang4
Taiwan hsiang // chiang
Japanese gō
Chinese to surrender; to capitulate; to subdue; to tame; to drop; to fall; to come down; to descend
Descend, send down; degrade; subdue; submit; to overcome

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Mandarin bān / ban1
Taiwan pan
Chinese to promulgate; to send out; to issue; to grant or confer

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Mandarin nuǎn / nuan3
Taiwan nuan
Chinese send a present of a feast

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Mandarin/ ji1
Taiwan chi
Japanese sei
Chinese send; to present in both hands


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Japanese nobosu / のぼす Japanese (Godan verb with "su" ending) (kyb:) to raise; to record; to bring up (a matter); to serve (food term); to send some one out


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Mandarin xià pìn / xia4 pin4
Taiwan hsia p`in / hsia pin
Chinese to send the betrothal gifts; (fig.) to conclude a marriage



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Mandarin xià dá / xia4 da2
Taiwan hsia ta
Japanese katatsu;getatsu(ik) / かたつ;げたつ(ik)
Chinese to transmit down (a chain of command); to pass down (to lower level); to issue; to send through
Japanese (noun/participle) (ant: 上達・2) commanding a subordinate; (place-name) Shimotate


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Mandarin fù zǐ / fu4 zi3
Taiwan fu tzu
Chinese to send (a manuscript) to the press



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Mandarin lái xìn / lai2 xin4
Taiwan lai hsin
Chinese incoming letter; send a letter here
Japanese See: 来信



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Mandarin lái diàn / lai2 dian4
Taiwan lai tien
Japanese raiden / らいでん
Chinese incoming telegram or telephone call; your telegram, telephone call, or message; to send a telegram or make a telephone call here (i.e. to the speaker); to have instant attraction to sb; to have chemistry with sb; to come back (of electricity, after an outage)
Japanese (personal name) Raiden



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Mandarin chuán huí / chuan2 hui2
Taiwan ch`uan hui / chuan hui
Chinese to send back



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Mandarin chuán jì / chuan2 ji4
Taiwan ch`uan chi / chuan chi
Chinese to send (message to sb); to communicate; to forward (message)



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Mandarin chuán qíng / chuan2 qing2
Taiwan ch`uan ch`ing / chuan ching
Chinese to pass on amorous feelings; to send one's love to sb


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Japanese dasu / だす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to take out; to get out; (2) to put out; to reveal; to show; (3) to submit (e.g. thesis); to turn in; (4) to publish; to make public; (5) (See 手紙を出す) to send (e.g. letter); (6) (See 声を出す) to produce (a sound); to start (fire); (7) to serve (food term); (suf,v5s) (8) (after the -masu stem of a verb) to begin ...; to start to ...; to burst into ...

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Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
If you love your child, send them out into the world可愛い子には旅をさせよkawaii ko ni wa tabi o sa seyo
kawai ko ni wa tabi o sa seyo
Chuchù / chu4 / chuch`u / chu
Energy Sword Body in Concert気剣体一致 / 氣劍體一致
ki ken tai icchi
ki ken tai ichi
Work Unselfishly for the Common Good克己奉公kè jǐ fèng gōng
ke4 ji3 feng4 gong1
ke ji feng gong
k`o chi feng kung
ko chi feng kung
The one who retreats 50 paces mocks the one to retreats 100五十步笑百步wù shí bù xiào bǎi bù
wu4 shi2 bu4 xiao4 bai3 bu4
wu shi bu xiao bai bu
wu shih pu hsiao pai pu
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.

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