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Showing results 1 - 20 of 28 for the category: Chinese.

Dragon Turtle - Chinese, Folklore
A dragon turtle is a legendary Chinese turtle with a dragonlike head. It combines two of the four celestial animals of Chinese mythology. It is promoted as a positive ornament in Feng ...
Feng Huang - Chinese, Folklore
Fenghuang are mythological Chinese birds that reign over all other birds. The males are called Feng and the females Huang. In modern times, however, such a distinction of gender is often no ...
Fu Cang Long - Chinese, Folklore
In Chinese mythology the Fucanglong is one of the Chinese underworld dragons which guard buried treasures, both natural and man-made. Volcanoes are said to be created when they burst out of the ...
Jiao Long - Chinese, Folklore
Jiaolong, in Chinese mythology, is the horned dragon, which is one of the nine Chinese dragons. It does not seem to be powerful enough to be able to fly in the sky, ...
Nine Head Bird - Chinese, Folklore
The nine-headed bird is one of the earliest forms of the Chinese phoenix, worshiped by ancient natives in Hubei Province, which during the Warring State Period was part of the kingdom of ...
Dragon - Chinese, Folklore
The Chinese dragon or Oriental dragon is a mythical creature in East Asian culture with a Chinese origin. It is visualized as a long, scaled, snake-like creature with five claws. In contrast ...
Lu Dang - Chinese, Folklore
A luduan was a beast which could detect truth, in the Chinese mythology. Thus in the Qing dynasty, rulers such as the Emperor Qianlong would surround his throne with luduan in order ...
Nian - Chinese, Folklore
In Chinese mythology, a Nian is a beast that lives under the sea or in the mountains. Once each spring, on or around Chinese New Year, it comes out of hiding to ...
Peng - Chinese, Folklore
Peng is the Romanization of the Chinese character for a mythological bird. In Chinese mythology, the Peng and Kun are different forms of the same creature. There lived a kind of giant ...
Peng Hou - Chinese, Folklore
Pénghoú is a tree spirit from Chinese folklore. It is described in an old book called the Soushenji. In the time of the First Ruler of Wu, Lu Ching-shu was Grand Protector ...
Pi Xiu - Chinese, Folklore
Pixiu or Pi Yao originally known as Pi Xie is a Chinese mythical hybrid creature considered to be very a powerful protector to practitioners of Feng Shui. It resembles a winged lion. ...
Qi Lin - Chinese, Folklore
The Qilin also spelled Kylin, or Kirin (Japanese and Korean) is a mythical hooved Chinese chimerical creature known throughout various East Asian cultures, and is said to appear in conjunction with ...
Shen Long - Chinese, Folklore
Shenlong literally means spirit dragon is a spiritual dragon from Chinese mythology that controls wind and rain. These giants floated across the sky and due to their blue color that changed constantly[citation ...
Shi Shi - Chinese, Folklore
Shishi , also called Lion of Fo, Lion of Buddha, or Dog of Fo, is, in Chinese art, a stylized figure of a snarling lion. Its original significance was as a guardian ...
Tao Tie - Chinese, Folklore
The Taotie s a motif commonly found on ritual bronze vessels from the Shang and Zhou Dynasty. The design typically consists of a zoomorphic mask, described as being frontal, symmetrical, with a ...
Tian Gou - Chinese, Folklore
The ti?ngo? is a legendary creature from China. It resembles a dog, or a meteor, and is thought to eat the sun during an eclipse. It gave its name to the tengu ...
Tian Long - Chinese, Folklore
In Chinese mythology, Tianlong are the celestial dragons who pull the chariots of the gods and guard their palaces. There is also a Chinese system of Martial Arts known as Tianlong Dao ...
Water Monkey - Chinese, Folklore
The Water Monkey is a mythical creature in Chinese folklore. In stories, it is an animal that lives underwater in one of the many lakes of China. The Water Monkey reportedly likes ...
Pig Dragon - Chinese, Folklore
A pig dragon or zhulong is believed to be a type of jade artifact from neolithic China. Zhulong are zoomorphic forms with a piglike head and elongated limbless body coiled around to ...
Vermilion Bird - Chinese, Folklore
The Vermilion Bird is believed to be one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations. According to Wu Xing which is the Taoist five-elemental system, it represents the fire-element, the direction ...
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