I need to correct this: Dracula does not mean Dragon. It is a word derived from "Dracul", which means "the devil". Also, the Dacian draco is well known as a "wolf head" in the stories and legends that circulate at the north of Danube. Is the first time I ever read about it being referred as a donkey head. The dragon is quite present in the local stories and legends, but always as a secondary character, always defeated and/or killed by the good guy. Something like in "St George slaying the dragon". So the perception of the dragon is totally different of Chinese culture, and representations of dragons quite limited.