Best answer: bxu, one of the nine sons of dragons in ancient Han myths and legends, is also called Baxia. It is like a turtle, so it can bear heavy loads. On the one hand, BXu is a practical thing, which is used as a monument, commonly known as the “Goddess Turtle and Camel Monument”; on the other hand, it has a very important culture.
The turtle of camel monument is called cyathea, which is one of the nine sons of dragons in ancient Han myths and legends. It is also known as Ba Xia, which looks like a turtle and bears a lot of weight. On the one hand, cyathea is a practical thing, which is used as a monument seat, commonly known as “turtle camel monument”; on the other hand, it has very important cultural significance.
Among the nine sons of the dragon, the first of them is called cyathea. Its symbol is based on “longevity and good fortune”, and has the meanings of status, totem worship, witchcraft worship and so on. People can see this hardworking Hercules everywhere in the ancestral hall of the temple. It is said that touching it can bring happiness to people.