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In the beginning, there was an egg full of chaos. Encaptured inside, were the spirits of Yin and Yang.
The egg had finally broken, and Pan-gu was born, with the souls of Yin and Yang swirling around him.
For every day that Pan-gu grew, the sky rose more and more. Once the sky was 48,280 kilometres from the ground, Pan-gu hammered out the mountains and filled the valleys with water.
When Pan-gu grew old and tired, he fell into an eternal slumber. His corpse had formed mountains, his hair had grown all the flowers and plants, his bones have transformed into jade and pearl, and his arms and legs became the compass points.
After Pan-gu's death, the world had become isolated and quiet, and so a half-dragon goddess named Nuwa had created humans from her own hands, using dirt.
Nuwa realised that after the creation of the first few humans, she grew tired. She had flung pieces of dirt across the land, and they had formed into humans too.
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