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Game of Thrones - Dragon Eggs
Saturday, April 23, 2011

Game of Thrones

The new HBO mini series "The Game of Thrones" which is the first book of the award winning Epic called "A Song of Fire and Ice" started its first episode with an introduction to the major characters and the wedding of Princes Daenerys of the house Targaryen.

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Dragon Con 2009
Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Dragon Con 2009


I only mark a few dates in my Calendar and the start of Dragon Convention is one of them. Just in case you don't know, Dragon Con is the multimedia convention on fantasy and science fiction. Its every geek dream to see the latest books, art, comics, film, toys, games, customes and so much more.

This year Dragon Con is going to be labor day weekend ( September 4 to 7) in Atlanta. If you want to know more about Dragon Con you just have to check out flickr's huge gallery on past conventions.

Dragon Con Official Website: link
Flickr Dragon Con Gallery: link

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Dragon Like Creature Found!
Sunday, October 08, 2006



In 1975, three 14-year-old boys were playing on the side of the road in western Colorado. They found some bones not knowing exactly what type, they told their schoolteacher.

What the students didn't know is that they discovered and unknown specimen. Their teacher Dick Jones helped to save the specimen from the destruction of backhoes.

more on this story: Link

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New Dragon Fantasy Movie
Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Peter Jackson is creating a new dragon movie base on the Napoleolic wars. This era holds a lot of appeal to a lot of people due to its sense of style and politics. The story starts witht the emperor of China giving Napoleon a dragon egg which unexpectedly hatches along the voyage back to France.

more on this story: Lord of fantasy: Jackson hatches dragon fable

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Start of the Dragon Boat Festival
Tuesday, May 30, 2006

As the dragon boat festival started, a gathering of the best athletes gathered in Suzhou Creek to participate in the boat race. The race is believed to have originated from an ancient religious ritual to prevent floods dating more than 3,000 years ago. People believed that they would be blessed by the water gods after holding the races.

more on the origin of the dragon boat race: Link

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Serpents reveal links between myths in Australia
Tuesday, March 14, 2006

he rainbow serpent, a mythical creature widespread throughout the continent of Australia is said to live in water.

A closer look at it reveals that these great serpent-like creatures, usually associated with the rainbow, seem to bear the closest resemblance to the Chinese mythical dragon.

The rainbow serpent is commonly depicted in its terrifying animal form, with a serpent-like body, kangaroo or horse-like head, crocodile teeth, ears or crown of feathers, long, spiked body and fish tail.

Similarly, the form of the Chinese dragon is also a compound of species: the body of a serpent with the scales of a fish, the claws of an eagle, and the horns of a deer.

There are also much deeper connotations of the two figures which suggest the links between myths in Australia and China.

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