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China Creation Myth
Transcript of China Creation Myth
Serious Chaos Egg. 2006. Photograph. Arolos WeyrWeb. 19 Sep 2012. <http://www.arolosweyr.co.uk/arolos.php?p=persona2/view_eggs.php&ident=GoldenstarGuardians>.
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Green, Herbero. Nuwa Mending The Sky. 2012. Photograph. DeviantartWeb. 19 Sep 2012. <http://herberogreen.deviantart.com/art/Nuwa-Mending-The-Sky-213270140>. Work Cited The first living being and the creator of all Chinese Mythology. He emerged from the egg when there was a perfect balance between Yin and Yang. Pan-gu Meaning "shadow and light".
Describes how polar opposites or contrary forces are connected to each other in the natural world. Yin and Yang A goddess in ancient Chinese Mythology, best known for creating mankind and repairing the walls of Heaven. Nuwa Nuwa then told all the people to go and populate the Earth. She gave them legs instead of tails. Once she realized it would take centuries to make enough humans to fill the Earth she picked up a muddy stick and flung mud across the world, each drop became a human.