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Fu-Tsang Lung
(guardian of hidden treasure)
The dragon symbolizes the Chinese people. The people of Chinese origin consider themselves, with a certain amount of pride, "descendants from the dragon".  The question is what this dragon really is; where it comes from has puzzled whole generations of scientists and researchers. 

Source: Zhou GuoXin

It is said "before history began" China's first emperor, Fu Hsi was said to have a dragons tail and his successor, Shen Nung, was said to have a dragon as father.

 

 

 

 
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