Kung Kung

Chinese - A demon, half man, half serpent. A god of water. Son of Chu-jung. In one story he tilted the world when he impaled Mount Pu Chou on his horn, of Nü-huang and, when he was defeated, knocked down the pillars supporting the sky, thereby causing the flood. For these crimes he was executed. An alternative version of the flood story says that Kung Kung tore a hole in the sky, allowing the waters to pour out, damage that was repaired by Nü Kua. Another version says that he tried to depose his father, Chu-jung. His attendant is Hsiang Yao. In some accounts, referred to as Kung Kung.

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