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Fei Lian

by Micha F. Lindemans
The Chinese god of the wind, which he carries in a bag. He is a trouble-stirrer, but he is kept in check by Shen Yi, the heavenly archer. Fei Lian is depicted as a winged dragon with the head of a stag and the tail of a snake. In his human form he is known as Feng Bo.

The name of Fei Lian in traditional Chinese format.
The name of Fei Lian in traditional Chinese format.


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