Qichongyejian, a Chinese idiom, Pinyin is Q ī ch ō ngy è Ji ǎ n, which means to be content with a simple life. From the biography of Mr. Miao De.
The idiom comes from the biography of Mr. Miao de by yuan can in the Southern Dynasty, Song Dynasty: "Mr. Miao De is a native of Chen. The spirit is empty, the posture and spirit are clear, the nature is filial, the performance is smooth, the Qichong industry is simple, and there is a legacy of Shun. " According to the book of song, biography of yuan can, it is called qichongyejian.
Chinese PinYin : qī chōng yè jiǎn
cast its radiance far and wide. guāng yàn wàn zhàng
have a large stock of information. xué shí yuān bó
silly-faced. hóu tóu hóu nǎo
be in a dilemma. jiā pín qīn lǎo
celebrate with all people. shuài tǔ tóng qìng
be compelled to. shí bī chǔ cǐ
gunfire licks the heavens. pào huǒ lián tiān
Give a gift an inch, give a gift a foot. ràng lǐ yī cùn ，dé lǐ yī chǐ
poor yet not losing one's righteousness. qióng bù shī yì
atone for one 's crimes by doing good deeds. dài zuì lì gōng