Chinese dragon

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A Chinese dragon was the symbol of the Emperor of China. The dragon in the Qing Dynasty came out on national flags.[1]

Dragons are often found in Chinese art and stories. Since people discovered dragons in Chinese art and stories, dragons are sometimes thought of as a symbol for China.

There are people inside Chinese dragons. Dragons are very popular in China. The phoenix is a dragon that has five claws and was a powerful symbol for the emperors in China.

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  1. Sleeboom, Margaret. (2004). Academic Nations in China and Japan: Framed in Concepts of Nature, Culture and the Universe. Routledge publishing. ISBN 041531545X