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|讀音：||jau5 jan4 ci4 gun1 gwai1 gu3 lei5 jau5 jan4 lau6 je6 gon2 fo1 coeng4|
(英文) proverb; for anything no matter good or bad, some people get tired of doing it, whereas others are willing to do anything for a chance at it; literally: some people quit their posts and return home, while others rush non-stop to take the imperial examination in the dead of night
(英) People come and go. There are vacancies in the governing team after several principal officials jumped ship by early retirement some days ago. Meanwhile, certain members of the opposition camp would rather leave their parties and fill in.
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