Loong

Loong

Loong, as the cohesion and accumulation of a unique Chinese culture, has taken root in every Chinese's subconscious, symbolizing a spirit and a national totem. The Chinese are known as the descendants of the loong, the Yangtze River and the Yellow River as the "Loong" of China, the ancient emperors as the " The Real Loong", and the image of the loong is everywhere inside and outside the emperor's palace.

According to Wang Chong, a scholar of the Han Dynasty, the loong is divided into three parts of equal length: its horns are like deer, its head is like camel, its eyes are like rabbit, its neck is like snake, its abdomen is like mirage, its scales are like fish, its claws are like eagle, its palms are like tiger, and its ears are like cattle. Loong can walk, fly, swim, and make clouds and rain.

Loong

Among many academics, there is a theory that the Loong originated in the early Neolithic Age, and it has been seven or eight thousand years since then. Emperor Yanhuang lived about 5,000 years ago, and archaeological discoveries of loong artifacts more than 5,000 years ago have many, such as the 8,000-year-old stone moulding loong unearthed in Chahai, Fuxin, Liaoning Province, " Loong -shaped moulding" is located in the central square of the original village ruins, moulded by red-brown stones of equal size. The loong is nearly 20 meters long and nearly 2 meters wide. It opens its head, bends its back and shows its tail. This stone loong is the earliest and largest loong ever discovered in China.

Loong