The Chinese flag has ratio 2:3 It is set on a red background. It was officially adopted on September 27th, 1949, and it was designed by Zeng Liansong. It features a large yellow star in the upper left corner, as well as four smaller stars surrounding it. It was picked from a competition of more than 3,000 entries.
The Chinese flag is rich in symbolism. The color red symbolizes blood shed for the nation. The color yellow stands for the culture of the people, the people’s glorious future, and the communist future. The design was influenced by that of the Soviet Union. The large star represents the ruling party. The four smaller stars represent the four groups of people that were united by Mao.
The naval banner is similar, although the four stars are removed and replaced by the text “eight one”. The Chinese flag is part of a country that has the largest population in the world. The Asian country has been one of the oldest and most influential countries in the world.
The capital is Beijing. However, the largest city in the country is Shanghai. The Chinese flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is titled “March of the Volunteers”. The currency is the Yuan.
Some interesting facts about China:
religion: Officially atheist, but religions include Daoist/Taoist, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam
languages: Chinese (Mandarin), Yue (Cantonese), Putonghua, Wu (or Shanghainese), Minnan, Minbei (Fuzhou), Hakka, Xiang, Gan, others
Click here to buy Chinese flag t-shirts and gifts. Visit our online shop and our wide variety of flag t-shirts.
Buy the China Flag in many sizes from Flagdom.