Tuesday, 24 May 2011

THE CHINESE DRAGON - SIGNIFICANCE IN CHINESE CULTURE

                      Chinese dragon             red dragon watching for food. Chinese Dragon, this mythological symbol dates back to 3000 BC and stands for happiness, immortality, procreation, fertility and activity. Chinese Dragons were believed to ward off evil spirits.


Chinese Dragon is also the symbol of the Chinese race. Chinese proclaim themselves "Long De Chuan Ren" (Descendents of the Dragon).

  Chinese emperors think they are the real dragons and the sons of heaven. Thus the beds they sleep on are called the dragon beds, the throne called the dragon seat, and the emperor's ceremonial dresses called the dragon robes.

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Chinese Dragon and Chinese festivalThe Chinese Spring Festival, the Chinese dragon is seen parading in the streets. The Day of the Lanterns is another celebration where dragons are seen parading.
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