Daily Chinese Proverb: Reap Without Sowing

Posted by Charlie @ Discovering Mandarin Wednesday, 4 November 2009
This proverb is the opposite of the English proverb 'Reap what you sow', which means the hard effort you put in will be rewarded. This proverb is about something unearned. To reap without sowing or to have the rewards without having put the effort in.

bù ​láo​ ér​ huò​
Unearned / Reap without Sowing

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