No precarious legal personality was attributed to the family, the village, and the hui, which could be extirpated by a mere edict.
The Master said, Never listless when spoken to, such was hui.
After the word had gone forth, hui was never backward in his deeds.
The Master said, hui is almost faultless, and he is often empty.
But he adds that hui Tzu's doctrines are paradoxical, and his terms used ambiguously.
He knew the worth of Liu-hsia hui, and did not stand by him.
hui does not help me—he takes such delight in everything I say.
Of what use, asked his great rival, is hui Tzu to the world?
UI as a diphthong occurs only in a few interjections, as hui, fui, and in huic and cui.
The Master said: hui reaches the verge of perfection, yet he is often in great want.