Here we can learn about the other sons of dragon such an Chi Wen, Jiaotu, Gong Fu and Dragon Tortoise.
Category: Ancient Chinese
Sons of Dragon 龙的儿子(2)
These four sons of dragon which we will learn in this essay are also have disparate characters in Chinese culture and folklore.
Sons of Dragon 龙的儿子(1)
Being different with other chinese zodiac, the dragon is one of the totems of ancient China and symbolizes good fortune in Chinese culture and folklore. It is an animal that lives only in people’s imaginations, and according to legend, it has the head of a bull, the horns of a deer, the eyes of a lobster, the body of a snake, the claws of a hawk, and the tail of a lion.
Child Born in The Year of Dragon 龙年出生的孩子
Nothing will daunt the Dragon child’s idealistic outlook on life as he/she is forceful, fearless and vibrant. The high-spirited Dragon child is an innovator. He will formulate his own principles early in life and will need or ask for very little help. He is respectful of his elders and will be able to obey commands precisely.
The Founders of Chinese Animation The Wan Brothers 中国动画创始人——万氏兄弟
The Wan Brothers (万氏兄弟,Wànshì xiōngdì) in 1941. By 1935 the Wan Brothers would launch the first animation with sound titled The Camel’s
One of The Chinese Animation Industry Founders Qian Jiajun 中国动画产业创始人之一——钱家骏
, so am I. The animation with the sanme name which is directed by Qian Jiajun (钱家骏Qián Jiājùn)," "Why are the
One of The Creators of Chinese Ink Animation Te Wei 中国水墨动画片创始人之一——特伟
Te Wei (特伟 Tè Wěi) was born in 22 August 1915 in Shanghai, died in 4 February 2010 in Shanghai was a Chinese animator. He is probably best known for the 1956 short animated film The Conceited General. From about 1960 his animation style was influenced by the painter Qi Baishi(齐白石 Qí Báishí). Not permitted to carry on his animation during the Cultural Revolution, Te Wei regained a position of artistic influence in the late 1970s and the 1980s with a series of animated films in painterly style.
One of The most Frequent Laureate Director in China——Xie Fei 中国最常得奖的导演——谢飞
Xie Fei (谢飞 Xiè Fēi) was born in Yan’an（延安 Yán’ān）, Shaanxi Province （陕西省 Shǎnxī Shěng）on August 14, 1942. In 1965, Xie graduated from Beijing Film Academy, in which he later became a professor, dean of the Director Department. He is a member of the council of the Chinese Filmmakers’ Association and Executive Vice Chairman of the Chinese Film Directors’ Association. Among all the Chinese directors, Xie is one of the most frequent laureate of various awards both from China and abroad. In 2001, Xie was also the first Chinese to be invited to sit on Berlin Film Jury. He has also served as jury member on many award committees, among them the Chinese Golden Rooster Awards and the World Film Festival at Montreal.
A China's Sixth-Generation Director ——Lu Chuan 中国“第六代”导演之一——陆川
Lu Chuan (陆川 Lù Chuān) is a Chinese filmmaker and screenwriter. He is the son of novelist Lu Tianming. Lu Chuan is a director of new Chinese generation’s director, also one of the representative figure of the "sixth generation" directors in China.
Liang Yusheng of China 梁羽生
The Liang Yusheng(梁羽生Liáng YǔShēng) was the penname of Chen Wentong (陈文统), who was a famous(well-known) Chinese Wuxia novelist.