Origin: Chinese mythology
Pangu is usually depicted as a primitive hairy being, sometimes with horns on his head. In some modern shrines, he is shown as a stereotypical caveman, with long hair and a leopard skin tunic. He holds the Cosmic Egg, with the symbols for yin and yang.
In one version, yin and yang came together to form a huge egg which was left undisturbed for thousands of years. When yin and yang came to a perfect balance, Pangu emerged and set about the task of creating the world. Forming Heaven and Earth, he stands between them, holding up the sky for 18,000 years until they solidify into their permanent positions.