Chinese Dragon Tattoo

The dragon is a very important part of Chinese culture and mythology. The dragon symbolizes power, mystery and authority. It is said that the dragon was so fierce (yet compassionate), we as humans had no choice but to worship as a divine creature.
In Chinese culture the dragon has been celebrated for his benevolent nature, and has been praised for their spirit of class. Chinese individuals are often referred to as "Lung Tik Chuan Ren", which translates directly to "descendants of the dragon." This shows how the dragon was and is revered in Chinese culture.
There are several different types of dragons that are commonly referred to in Chinese folklore. These types of dragons include:

The Horned Dragon: Regarded as the strongest and fiercest of all species of dragon. Horned dragons were often represented as great warriors, who fought for the good of humanity. However, in some stories, the dragon horn was also depicted as a lone warrior class, who bowed to no one and fought their own battles.

The Earth Dragon: Earth Dragon is said to protect the Earth from harm and evil.

The Celestial Dragon: The Celestial Dragon is said to protect the skies and even the gods themselves from damage caused by the dark beings and spirits.

The Treasure Dragon: The dragon's treasure is said to protect all the treasures and priceless jewels throughout the world, and to ensure that these items do not fall into the wrong hands.

The Ocean Dragon: The Sea Dragon is said to inhabit the seas and protect.

The Yellow Dragon:
Known for their intelligence, the Yellow Dragon was depicted as a creature who knows everything.

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