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The dragon is the symbol of the Chinese nation, and every descendant of the Yellow Emperor is "the successor of the dragon". In the activities of dragon dance and dragon appreciation, people have enhanced their recognition of the "descendants of dragons" and their pride in national civilization. This is even more outstanding in overseas Chinese. Together, with its vivid, peculiar and powerful artistic image, strong character, fearless and unprecedented vigor, the dragon has become the description and common symbol of the Chinese nation's energies of indignation, determination and struggle. From the day the dragon dance was born, it shows the Chinese nation's pursuit of communication and consistency between heaven, earth and people, that is, the precious energy of communication and consistency between man and nature, which has become the thinking wealth we need to cherish and learn today. The dragon becomes a kind of energy - the energy of the Chinese nation; the dragon becomes a symbol - the symbol of the Chinese nation; the Dragon achievement is a kind of strength - the joint force of the great unity of the Chinese nation. The dragon dancing civilization spread for thousands of years has been carried forward, which can promote a vast national spirit. The dragon civilization of our country originated from the dragon worship in the ancient agricultural society. In the primitive worship of the ancients, the dragon is the God of water and rain. In the traditional sense, dragon dance can request "Dragon King" to protect the local wind and rain.
Dragon dance is part of the ceremony for praying for rain. From ancient times to modern times, dragon dancing activities contain the worship and belief of dragon, the God of rain. Today, thanks to the prosperity of science and technology, the meaning of praying for rain in dragon dancing activities has faded or disappeared, but in some localities, this old concept still exists, with the custom of sending dragons to rivers. After performing the dragon dance, how to deal with the dragon dance, there are different customs everywhere. Some locals put the dragon in the temple, and the dragon is held before the next dragon dance. Some save the faucet and burn the dragon body. Some burn all the dragons, called "Hualong", and then pour ashes into rivers, so that the dragons flow back to the East China Sea. This kind of burning dragon is called "burning dragon". In the south, some local grass dragons are popular. They are made of wicker, ivy and straw. The dragon is covered with incense, also known as "incense dragon" and "incense dragon". After the dragon dance was finished, the dragon and the dragons were drums and drums to be sent to rivers and lakes. It is believed that this will enable the dragon to return to the Dragon Palace and protect the wind and rain in this area.
In other related customs, we can also see that many local people still have the primitive worship of the Dragon god. For example, the important traditional festivals in ancient China, the Dragon Head Festival on the second day of February in the lunar calendar, are also called "Qinglong Festival", "Spring Dragon Festival" and "Dragon Head-up Festival". From the spring equinox in February, in the evening, the dragon's horn star appears from the eastern horizon. At this time, the whole body of the dragon is still hidden below the horizon, so it is called the dragon's head-up. The rise of the dragon is closely related to agricultural production and directly related to the national economy and people's livelihood. February is the beginning of the rainy farming season, so people care about the rise of the dragon, so that when farming. The various customs of the Dragon Head Festival not only reflect the worship of dragons in ancient China, but also illustrate people's desire to use dragon's power to complete the dormancy of hundred insects, not to hurt crops, to achieve agricultural harvest and human and animal safet