- Min Nan
- (self-depreciating) To offer one's own relatively worthless words, opinions, or services in order to attract others' more valuable contributions
- More than 20 years ago, Zeng Qi was the first Hong Kong businessman to go to Xiamen to invest. At the time, he thought of himself as a a plain rock that attracts jade, making it possible for even more businessmen from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan to return to the Motherland to invest.
- (originally rare) To achieve success by goading one's opponent