Chinese masters tend to spend their days communing with the native Asian lung dragons, or suggesting various unlikely recipes for the elixir of life to lesser easter wizards. They often take to meditation and live in monasteries or caves. Eastern masters know better than any other that magic is an act of the imagination. They believe the world to be a whole grand illusion played on the mind. Rather than working with fire, water, air and earth they use their own system a signs known as I Ching, which can be used to predict the future. Chinese masters are reluctant to involve themselves in worldly matters, seeing human events like gusts of wind. They can walk with tigers without getting eaten and sit on fires without getting burned, and they are skilled at stamp magic.