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Travel Mascot in Vietnam in front of dragon statue. Travel Blog / Travel Blogger

Dragon ewer, mid 15th century, Hoi An, Vietnam. - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong

"L'Envol du dragon – Art royal du Vietnam" au Musée Guimet - Alain.

The Phoenix is a creature from Chinese mythology and symbolizes good luck, peace, kindness

A Japanese dragon depicted by SOGA Shohaku Japan 曾我蕭白.

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Chinese dragon in Fengdu Ghost City, China

The gentle and benevolent Qilin of Chinese mythology

As for native Vietnamese, there are ghosts and spirits native to Vietnam and, to a certain extent, Southeast Asia: Ma Lai, Ma Da, Ma Vú Dài, Ma Lon, ...

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, ...

TANG DYNASTY Anonymous (618 - 909) Bone Dragon.

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Dragon. From Wikipedia ...

Dragon sculpture on top of Longshan Temple, Taipei, Taiwan

Zmey Gorynych, a three-headed dragon from Russian folklore

Imoogi- Korean myth: a proto-dragon. It was sometimes described as a huge snake like creature before it can be a real dragon. It has to pass…

Dragons are found in almost all Mythologies. They are not restricted to China alone. The basics are however, the same in all cases. A long, large and scaly, ...

Portrait of the Yongle Emperor wearing a dragon robe

Antique Meiji era Japanese stone suzuri calligraphy ink grinder Dragon pattern

Tang dynasty painting of a dragon boat race attributed to Li Zhaodao

Dragon statue, Vietnam by twenty_questions, via Flickr

Phoenix in Vietnamese Culture

... legendary dragon, which support enamel panels inscribed with mottos in Chinese characters, similar to those found everywhere in the Palace, ...

Vietnamese dragons "rồng" are symbolic creatures in the folklore and mythology…

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, ...

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, ...

beast by Sawitry Japanese Chinese cloud fire air dragon lion hybrid monster…

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bhutanese, ...

Qing dynasty Chinese Qilin

Excerpts from writings on the origin of dragon symbolism

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Bà Chiểu vegetable market, Sài Gòn, from Ký Họa Về Đông Dương: Nam Kỳ, 2015, p.22. British Library, OIJ.915.97

Manuscript illustration from Verona of Saint George slaying the dragon, dating to c. 1270

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Turkic dragons.

NINGYO mer-creatures and the Yao Bikuni folktale

Zmey Gorynych is a dragon in Russian and Ukrainian cultures. All Slavic Dragons have heads in the multiples of three. Zmey Gorynych by Victor Vasnetsov-

Serpent of the sea: A wooden statue of Chiwen, a marine animal described as having a bending, winding tail. Whenever Chiwen's tail beats the waves, ...

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Kirin – The Japanese Unicorn

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Turkic dragons.

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Turkic dragons.

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Mural depicting a dragon, from the Dahuting Tomb (Chinese: 打虎亭汉墓, Pinyin: Dahuting Han mu) of the late Eastern Han Dynasty (25–220 AD), ...

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Dragon 1000 ideas about Dragons on Pinterest deviantART Art and Fantasy

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Nine-Dragon Wall - Detail of the Nine-Dragon Wall at the Forbidden City

A highly important and magnificent rhinoceros horn 'Dragon' vessel, Holy Roman Empire, late 16th–early 17th century

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Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Turkic dragons.

A rare copper-red 'Dragon and Phoenix' vase, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period

Food vendor, from Oger 1909, p.75. British Library, Or. TC 4

Sure bring back memory, this is my text book in the primary school

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Appearance of Chinese Dragon

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Qin Dynasty (475-207 BCE) bronze dragon design - Shaanxi History Museum,

Chinese dragon history

Nagas appeared in both Hindu's and Buddhist literatures. Naga is the enemy of Garuda and they always fighting (and Naga always loose).

Dragon Boat Race, Thiếu nhi vẽ. Hà Nội: Văn hóa, 1977, [21]. British Library, SEA.1986.a.4004

Wawel Dragon

... creature from Japanese folklore, that according to Wikipedia, from ancient sources, had “a monkey's mouth with small teeth like a fish's, shining golden ...

This is our 龙↑ How solemn!

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Enki's emblem was two serpents [twin human DNA] entwined on a staff - the basis for the winged caduceus symbol used by modern ...

Iwaya cave (source: Haiku Girl, http://haikugirl.files.

Paper shop, from Oger 1909, p.131. British Library, Or. TC 4

A close up view of one full dragon (and the tail end and claw of another) from the Nine Dragons handscroll painted in 1244 by Song dynasty artist Chen Rong

Kiều demonstrates her talent for playing the Ho guitar. British Library, Or 14844, f.

Terra-cotta griffins in frieze, Photo: Buffalo Museum of Science

Feng shui dragon turtle

Tsuchigumo means “ground” or “earth” spider in Kabuki and Japanese mythology .

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, ...

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A while back there was a posting to the CFZ blog on the supposition that giant tortoises were brought back during a supposed Ming Dynasty circumnavigation ...

Tracing the origins of the Serpent Cult

A Qilin with giraffe-like form

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Ancient Greek Mosaic from Caulonia-

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Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, ...

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The Five-headed dragon of Enoshima the Benzaiten goddess

5. Erawan (เอราวัณ) is an elephant with multi heads. It is a vehicle of the god Indra who is the king of the 2nd leveled heaven (there are 6 levels of ...

donkey, painting

Outside influence: Some mythical animals adopted from China include bo lao (Pulao), si van (Chiwen). From these original versions, Vietnamese people created ...

Layout of cosmically heaven-aligned city, Changan of the Tang Dynasty, Shaanxi History

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These abilities are only revealed, however, when it is required to defend innocent people from the malice of evil-doers.

The etymology of the word 'dragon' comes to us via the Latin but is derived ultimately, it is thought, from the Greek, though the origin of the word and its ...