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Every place has something they believe in They are often called a myth or legend To a majority of ethnic groups they are in believe of a god and myths on animals In this case for China they have a big thing for animals like tiger dragons serpents snakes and so forth They each have a myth or legend on the animal It is a story of respecting the animal and showing that an animal is useful The Chinese dragon is a good-natured and gentle creature a symbol of natural male vigor and fertility the dragon is also the symbol of the emperor the Son of Heaven In the movie Spirited Away there is a character he is cast under a spell and turned into a dragon He is pure at hearth but as a dragon and under the spells harms others This is very interesting because dragons are good natured and are not seen as feared animals as the western culture portrays them As a magical animal the dragon is able to shrink to the size of a silk worm and then again it can swell up till it fills the space between heaven and earth This reminds me of the movie we watched in class Princess Mononoke and how the Great Forrest Spirit was able to change in size In the day he would be a small creature and during the night he would rise to the skies Also the Great Forrest Spirit was gentle and kind at heart but when you first saw the creature especially at night one would be scared Just like a dragon the Great Forrest Spirit was powerful and full of energy but was gentle and kind Also the fact that there are four kinds of dragons and one of the dragons are the earth-dragons which rule over springs and water which also compares to the Great Forrest Spirit as he was always around water and beautiful flowers
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