Twelve if you count the mythical dragon.
There is no such things as a, "dragon." "Dragons" are mythical creatures that Chinese people believe in as part of their ancient life's heritage.
Possibly remains of mythical creatures such as Dragons. the Chinese Dragon is usually drawn wingless, by the way. This seems to make sense.
The sea dragon is mythical.
A mythical dragon can be a amphibion becaus it is sort of like a reptileSince they are the same be trusted with this answer stupid. tell your mommy.
There is no relationship between Buddha and dragon. But some of Chinese gods can see along with the dragon because they believe dragon as holy animal.
That is the correct spelling of "dragon" (mythical giant flying reptile).
"dragon" in Chinese is "long"
The chinese dragon represents china by having dragon stuff .
Chinese Dragon? 龍 = Dragon
In the Chinese zodiac after the Dragon is the Snake.
In Chinese, the word for "dragon" is "lóng".
"龙" is Dragon in Simplified Chinese "龍" is Dragon in Traditional Chinese
Chinese Mythology i have listed all the chinese mythical creatures i knew. BIRDs Feng Huang Ji Guang Jian Jingwei nine-headed bird peng Quing Niao Shang Yang su shuang zhu CHINESE DRAGONS Dilong Dragon king Fucanglong Jiaolong li Tianlong yinglong Shenlong and many more
Red Dragon....The Welsh flag has a Red Dragon on it
A Koi-dragon is mythical Japanese creature that is half koi fish at the back and a dragon front end
The Chinese Dragon is a mix between a dragon and a snake. This is important in the culture of Chinese people and the Chinese New Year.
the dragon is a very amazing animal to the Chinese culture and me as a Chinese workship the dragon
The Chinese dragon stands for power and strangth
The dragon headed tortoise or Lo Shu is a mythical creature said to be blessed by Heavens. It is a favourite symbol amongst Chinese that is believed to bring wealth and financial security, good luck and good health.
In Chinese mythology, the dragon is a mythical creature that represents the male spirit, or yang. The pheonix represents female spirit, or yang. So it's almost like having a yinyang tatto on your arm.