Chinese symbolism, which carries a sacred and deep meaning, is popular and in demand among tattoo lovers. The inhabitants of this country have been preserving and accumulating cultural heritage for centuries, paying attention to the traditions reflected in the pictures. Chinese tattoos consist of ancient mythology, religion and the color of this people, and therefore each image carries a hidden meaning.
Each style, as well as a specific drawing, carries a secret meaning. The true meaning of the tattoo is available to both indigenous people and everyone who wants. The Chinese do not make a secret of this.
The dragon tattoo is popular, embodying power, strength, power, wisdom and secret knowledge. According to mythology, dragons are distinguished: earth, fire and air. Chinese emperors applied the image of a dragon on the back along the spine or on the right shoulder. Modern tattoo artists also place a dragon on the upper part of the arm (shoulder).
Yin-Yang is the oldest symbol of Chinese mythology, it shows that the world is divided into dark and light sides, which are intertwined, connecting opposites in the life and character of a person. This sign reminds of the eternal struggle of good with evil. The owner of such a body drawing testifies to the desire to find harmony with the universe and with himself. Drawings are divided into female and male types. In the Yin-Yang style, animals are depicted and even a plot picture is drawn. Masters recommend stuffing them on closed areas of the body (back, stomach or chest).
Tattoo Chinese characters attract attention with their mystery and charm. But do not forget that each of the symbols carries a meaning that will help reflect your essence and personality. The main color for application is considered black, but at the request of the customer, the masters deviate from the accepted norms. These tattoos are stuffed on small areas of the body (forearm, ankle, behind the ear, on the hand, neck, arm).
It is believed that this is a male style that embodies courage and selflessness, mental and physical strength. Chinese tattoos in the form of warriors symbolize fortitude, love of freedom, purity of thoughts and willpower, which are inherent in ancient warriors. On the female body, they talk about waywardness and love of life and freedom of action.