The dragons became humanity's tutors, teaching them essential survival skills, such as agricultural and fishing techniques, while introducing music and art to China's emerging culture.
Chinese dragons are powerful and benevolent symbols in Chinese culture, with supposed control over watery phenomenon, e.g. summoning rain during a drought. Dragons are everywhere in China — in legends, festivals, astrology, art, names, and idioms. Dragons are seen as lucky and good — quite different to the evil, dangerous, fire-breathing dragons of most Western stories.Author: PKL.
Chinese dragon, also known as East Asian dragon or Long, are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology, Chinese folklore, and East Asian culture at large. Chinese dragons have many animal-like forms such as turtles and fish, but are most commonly depicted as snake-like with four legs.Simplified Chinese: 龙.
The mythical dragon features in international art, literature and lore. Many cultures use the dragon to represent power and war, while others view the dragon as a symbol of good fortune and success.