Changxi (Chinese: 常羲) is an important deity in the history of Chinese mythology, knowledge of which primarily is from the Shanhaijing. She was the mother of twelve moons, though accounts may vary as to the exact number; however, she was known for bathing the moons. She was also wife to Di Jun. Chinese scholars sometimes identify her with Chang'e. A chasma on the planet Venus is named for her.
- Yang, 91
- Yang, 92
- Yang, Lihui, et al. (2005). Handbook of Chinese Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-533263-6
|This article related to Chinese mythology is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|