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Mao Sui Recommended Himself
 

In the Warring States Period, the State of Qin attacked the capital of the State of Zhao. King Pingyuan of Zhao planned to ask the King of the State of Chu personally for help. He wanted to select a capable man to go with him. A man called Mao Sui volunteered. When the negotiactions between the two states were stalled because the King of Chu hesitated to send troops, Mao Sui approached him angrily, brandishing a sword and forced the King of Chu agree to help Zhao against Qin.

This idiom means to recommend oneself without other's introduction.

máosuíjiàn
zhàn
guó
shí
dài
 
qín
guó
jūn
duì
gōng

zhào
guó
de
dōu
chéng
 
zhào
guó
de
píng
yuán
jūn

suàn
qīn

dào
chǔ
guó

qǐng
jiù
bīng
 
xiǎng
tiāo
xuǎn


jīng
míng
néng
gān
de
rén

tóng
qián

 
yǒu


míng
jiào
máo
suí
de
rén
 

gào
fèn
yǒng
yuàn

tóng

 
píng
yuán
jūn
dào
chǔ
guó
hòu
 

chǔ
wáng
tán
le
bàn
tiān
 
méi
yǒu

diǎn
jiē
guǒ
 
máo
suí


chōng
chōng
de

zhāo
bǎo
jiàn
 

jìn
chǔ
wáng
 
zhōng

pǎi
shǐ
使
chǔ
wáng

yīng
chū
bīng
 

zhào
guó
lián

gōng
tóng

kàng
qín
guó
 

 

 
máo
suí

jiàn
 
zhè

chéng

yòng
lái




tuī
jiàn


 


bié
rén
jiè
shào