The “Dragon Horse Spirit” expresses the enterprising spirit of continuous self-improvement and striving for improvement, implying that the future of the business is as dynamic as a dragon and a horse, which is enough to lead the group to conquer the mountains and rivers in the world. Dragons and horses have always been shown as masculine images in Chinese folk culture. Tenglong is brave and mighty, and galloping horses are tenacious and vigorous. At the same time, they have the spirit of dragons and horses.
The most crucial two hexagrams of Qian and Kun in China’s earliest existing philosophical work “Book of Changes”, one pursues “the sky is healthy, the gentleman is self-improvement”, the other pays attention to “the terrain is Kun, the gentleman carries things with virtue”, and the spirit of the dragon and horse respectively carries the The profound connotation of the two hexagrams of Qian and Kun means that the master has both virtue and virtue, and it is the inescapable material of the sky and the latitude.