|Like the autumn wind blowing through my ears. The metaphor has nothing to do with it anymore.|
|Han Zhaoxun's "Biography of Wu Yue Spring and Autumn Wu Wangshou Meng": "The riches are to me, as the autumn wind passes."|
|Idiom phonetic||ㄑ ㄧ ㄡ ㄈ ㄥ ㄍ ㄨ ㄛ ˋ ㄦ ˇ|
|Common degree||Common idioms|
|Emotional color||Neutral idiom|
|Subject-predicate; object; derogatory|
|Idiom structure||Subject-predicative idiom|
|Year of generation||Ancient idiom|
|Idiom example||That one does not mean that Huang Tian speaks of curses in various ways, just like Qiu Feng's ears and early rest. (Yuan Guan Hanqing's "Save the Wind and Dust" 2 fold)|
|English translation||like an autumn breeze passing by the ear|
|Idiom riddle||Blowing yellow flowers all over the gold|
| In spring and autumn, Wu Wangshoumeng had four sons: the eldest son Zhufan, the second son Yuji, the third son Yumei, and the fourth son Jizha. Ji Zha's character is strong, and King Wu likes him very much. |
In 561 AD, King Wu was very ill and called Ji Zha to pass him the throne. Ji Zha was unwilling, saying, "It is logical that the eldest son will take the throne. Father Wang please don't have any preference for me!" King Wu passed the throne to Zhu Fan, the eldest son, and asked him to take good care of Ji Zha.
Zhu Fan became the queen Wu and discussed with two younger brothers: brothers attacked one after another after the throne, and finally made Ji Zha the king. Three brothers successively became King Wu. Ji Zha had a loyal support to them, so he was well-known.
Later, Yu Mei was about to pass the throne to Ji Zha, and Ji Zha resolutely shirk, saying, "I said long ago that I don't want a throne. Being a man is only decent, and has a high moral character. As for prosperity and riches, but like the autumn wind blowing in the ear, I don't care. "He left the capital and did not return until Dorothy was established as King Wu, and continued to assist Douro to govern the country.