《Chinese Tales for Everyone: Myths and Legends__6-神農》__ Kong Shiu Loon (53)

He is remembered as one of the three legendary kings of prehistoric China, and one of the two ancestors of the Chinese people, Yandi and Huangdi. Today, regardless of where they are born, or what nationality, ethnic Chinese all over the world are proud to declare they are the descendants of Yandi and Huangdi (炎黃子孫). Every year, tens of thousands of people converge at the Great Temple to pay respect to these mythical god-man creators and heroes.

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