Jiang Shi: The Fountain Bubbled and the Carps Leapt
Jiang Shi of the Han dynasty served his mother filially. His wife was named Pang, and she was even more respectful. The old mother liked to drink water from river, and the wife would go to draw it and bring it back to the old lady. His mother also loved eating minced fillet of fish, and Shi and his wife often prepared it. They invited the neighbors' mothers to join her when she ate. Suddenly a fountain sprang up beside the house with a taste like the water from the river, and each day two carp jumped from it, which Shi would take to give to his mother.
A verse says of this: