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As usual, China Post Office published the dragon stamp for the following dragon year of China. And the Royal Mail will also for the first time have a stamp issue to mark the Lunar New Year 2012. Thanks to the chief artist who refused to follow the crowd, this year, the Chinese zodiac animal figure in the stamp is not a mild, peaceful, cute little thing, but an awesome threatening dragon.
4 Jan 2012, the day before the newly dragon stamp was officially released to public, the Telegraph published an article: “The Chinese Dragon stamp draws fire for ‘scaring’ the world”. However I have to admit some pictures are suggesting me that the designer lives in a world of 20 years ago. And the next day BBC China followed this report and claimed “Dragon stamp creates furore”, together with a video of massive Chinese people queuing for the Dragon stamp.


And it is really confusing me that one hundred and seventy years later, British still cannot figure out the fact that the traditional Chinese dragons do not breathe fire or water. Besides the exiting snake and the horse galloping toward you, the others are sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, pig, rat, ox, tiger, rabbit and dragon.
Chinese Dragons are gods of water, and are able to control it, but they usually do not breathe it.
Ancient Chinese mythology suggests that the Chinese dragon fights with teeth, claws and tail, never with breathe.



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