In the Beginning, there really wasn’t very much. Now, some people will try and sell you their myths: In the Beginning, there was… The Void, The Singularity,… Read more “In the Beginning, there was Pangu”
Tag: Chinese Mythology
The Bunny Girl: Chinese Moon Mythology
In 1969, as Apollo 11, the first manned mission to the moon was preparing to land, the following message was relayed to the crew from Houston Capcom:… Read more “The Bunny Girl: Chinese Moon Mythology”
The Day the Crow Turned Black.
The crow is a favorite in folklore and mythology, and its worldwide distribution means that it has appeared in many traditions. With a distinguishing call and singular black color the… Read more “The Day the Crow Turned Black.”
Keep Swimming: a Chinese Folk Tale
The words my father would always say to me whenever I was facing difficulties in life continue to provide me inspiration and strength. Two simple words: Keep… Read more “Keep Swimming: a Chinese Folk Tale”