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CHINESE DEAMONS | pics included] variety of demons/creatures from chinese mythology

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In Chinese mythology, Long Mu (simplified Chinese: 龙母; traditional Chinese: 龍母; pinyin: lóng mǔ; Wade–Giles: lung mo) or Mother of Dragons was a Chinese woman who was deified as a goddess after raising five infant dragons. Long Mu and her dragons developed a strong bond for each other, and have thus become an example of filial devotion and parental love, an important virtue in Chinese culture.


Falcor - commissioned needle felted chinese style dragon by bjmaiee, via Flickr


The people of China have a long held belief that they are descendents of the dragon, a tradition that is firmly embedded in their culture and one that is encountered across all aspects of Chinese society and in the minds of its people. Whereas in western cultures the dragon is usually regarded as a symbol of malevolence, in China it is held in high esteem for its dignity and power for good.


Nüwa and Fuxi represented as half-snake, half-human creatures.

Ai Weiwei’s Suspended Bamboo and Silk Beasts Highlight Ancient Chinese Mythology Inside a Paris Department Store


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Chinese bloodless Vampires that suck Chi or energy. Anyway, you die.

from The Vision Times

What If the Avengers Became the 8 Taoist Immortals of Chinese Mythology

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