Chinese Dragon Photos

Originating as a totem evolved from natural creatures, the Chinese dragon is generally stylized depicted as a stylized mythical creature. In Chinese legend and proverbs, it is an auspicious spiritual animal with nine resemblances. The dragon is one of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac, one of the four celestial guardians of the Four Constellations and the symbol of an emperor or imperial power. Culture Intro: Chinese Dragon
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Asked by Mr.mar from USA | Mar. 14, 2010 09:16Reply
I am a dragon born april 18 1964 since this is the year of the tiger what sign should I carry with me or is the dragon/tiger okay for luck, health and wealth. My health has been horrible for 3 years, getting better. but need to know if I use a tiger or dragon would that be okay.
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Answered by Mr.Carl | Mar. 14, 2010 21:24


You are dragon since you were born in 1964. Your health will be better this year and you will be lucky in your wealth too. Just take it easy. Everything will be fine this year.
Answered by Sanjay Gorhe from INDIA | Jun. 26, 2011 02:23

i was born on April 18th o f 1964 pl. guide me regarding my future
Asked by Ms.brittiany from USA | Feb. 24, 2010 12:08Reply
Is it a lion or a dragon in the traditional dances in china for their celebrations??
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Answered by Mr.Liu from CHINA | Feb. 24, 2010 20:21


Both dragon and lion dances are performed to celebrate certain festival, for example, Lantern Festival.
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