The­re are five things which are pro­noun­ced in the com­mon usa­ge of the age to be unfi­li­al. The first is lazi­ness in the use of one’s four lim­bs, without atten­ding to the nou­rish­ment of his par­ents. The second is gamb­ling and chess-play­ing, and being fond of wine, without atten­ding to the nou­rish­ment of his par­ents. The third is being fond of goods and money, and sel­fi­sh­ly atta­ched to his wife and child­ren, without atten­ding to the nou­rish­ment of his par­ents. The fourth is fol­lowing the desi­res of one’s ears and eyes, so as to bring his par­ents to dis­grace. The fifth is being fond of bra­very, figh­t­ing and quar­rel­ling so as to end­an­ger his parents.

Meng­zi (370 v. Chr. – 290 v. Chr.) über die fünf respekt­lo­sen Din­ge (via Chi­ne­se Text Pro­ject).