Asian proverbs, expressions and sayings

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Complete the following Chinese proverb: A man grows tired while standing ________
What is the English equivalent of the Thai expression that translates to: 'To play the violin for a buffalo to listen to'?
The Chinese version of the English expression “to kill two birds with one stone” is exactly the same except the stone is replaced by what?
What is the Chinese equivalent to the expression “Rome wasn’t built in a day”?
In India, if a child says they are heading off to do some mugging with a friend, what will they be doing?
Fill in the missing word from the following Japanese expression meaning 'nobody’s perfect' or 'even experts make mistakes'. 'Even ________ fall from trees'.

Who is the following saying attributed to: “Learn this from water: loud splashes the brook but the ocean's depth are calm.”
What does the Korean expression “A dragon rises from a small stream” describe?
Sinhala, one of Sri Lanka’s two official languages, has an expression that means looking to the wrong cause to fix a problem. Complete the expression: “Like changing _________ to get rid of a headache.”
What is the English translation of the Filipino expression that means people gain their strength by standing together?