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Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bhutanese, Western and Turkic dragons. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, serpentine creatures with four legs. In yin and yang terminology, a dragon is yang and complements a yin fenghuang ("Chinese phoenix").
In contrast to European dragons, which are considered evil, Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, hurricane, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck. With this, the Emperor of China usually uses the dragon as a symbol of his imperial power.
In Chinese daily language, excellent and outstanding people are compared to the dragon while incapable people with no achievements are compared with other, disesteemed creatures, such as the worm. - source: Wikipedia
Persons born within these date ranges can be said to have been born in the "Year of the Dragon," while also bearing the following elemental sign:
16 February 1904 � 3 February 1905: Wood Dragon
3 February 1916 � 22 January 1917: Fire Dragon
23 January 1928 � 9 February 1929: Earth Dragon
8 February 1940 � 26 January 1941: Metal Dragon
27 January 1952 � 13 February 1953: Water Dragon
13 February 1964 � 1 February 1965: Wood Dragon
31 January 1976 � 17 February 1977: Fire Dragon
17 February 1988 � 5 February 1989: Earth Dragon
5 February 2000 � 23 January 2001: Metal Dragon
23 January 2012 � 9 February 2013: Water Dragon
10 February 2024 � 28 January 2025: Wood Dragon
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