According to Lao Tzu, a man who still shelters under umbrella because he doesn't realise it's already stopped raining is like a middle-aged fat man who still wears basketball shorts and rock band t-shirt.
A meteorologist standing on the Great Wall with a weather balloon is worth two back in the Forbidden City Studios gesticulating at computer models of possible storm patterns in your area.
Confucius say: Man whose shoes and socks are soaked through from sudden July torrential downpour will confuse air conditioning thermostat in office.
A wise man from the city of Rai Ning once drove past a campsite and saw a miserable old monk wearing waterproof sandals and a packable anorak. He kept driving.
Anthologist's note: some of the wisdom contained in these boring Chinese proverbs may have been lost in translation.