Collection: Dragon

Chinese dragons are a common motif in clothing, literature, and body art such as tattoos. It is only natural to be interested in finding out more about these Chinese dragons and how they relate to many cultures and religions.
Chinese dragons are benign, symbolic animals, in stark contrast to how they are portrayed in the West. They can be found in holidays, idioms, astrology, art, and even certain names. Chinese dragon sculptures may also be seen all around China.

The dragon is a symbol of luck, power, and health in Chinese culture, as well as Yang, the masculine element. The dragon, a male in systematized mythology, is coupled with the phoenix, a female; the two represent harmonious relationships in marriage. The dragon represents male energy, power, and protection and serves as a mirror to the phoenix.