“金” means “gold,” and “句” means “sentence.” A phrase both widely used in the print and by Chinese netizens, this term refers to a “sentence as good as gold,” which is perhaps witty or inspiring.
Nǐ zuì xǐhuān shénme páizi de yùndòngxié？
What brand of sneakers do you like best?
“Rénshēng méiyǒu báizǒu de lù，měiyībù dōu suànshù。”
“There is no step in vain in your life. Every step counts.”
Zhè jīnjù chūzì nǎlǐ？
Where does this witty sentence come from?
Xīnbǎilún de guǎnggào。
A commercial for New Balance.