The Dragon Blog

For Tibetan people, dragons are not only mythical creatures, they are an integral part of their everyday life and culture. Like in many Asian countries, the dragon (also called "druk", "drug" or "zhug") is a central element in the cultural and spiritual identity of the co...

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Almost all cultures have some kind of dragon in their mythology and Celts were no exception to the rule. The Celtic people was extremely interested by dragons and, as a result, many of their tales and legends are centered around them. Celts were known for their strength a...

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In this article, we will answer the question you are probably asking yourself: what is the meaning of the Ouroboros? Chances are that you have heard the name before but don't know what it means. Or maybe you've seen a representation of an Ouroboros and you're curious abou...

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The dragon and the famous Yin & Yang symbol are two major elements of Chinese culture. Chinese beliefs have shaped these two figures which, for thousands of years and still today, play a very important role in the life of Asian people. Today we are going to look into ...

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