This article about Xiangliu is a stub. You can help Mythology wiki by expanding it. A depiction of Xiangliu from Japan's Edo Period Xiangliu is the name of a nine-headed snake in Chinese Mythology. He was considered to be responsible for floods and devestation. He was connected with Gong Gong. Gallery Retrieved from "https://mythology.wikia.org/wiki/Xiangliu?oldid=108702" Categories: Stubs Chinese mythology Creatures Reptiles Chinese creatures Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.