Flag of Taiwan
Adopted October 28, 1928[1]
Designed by Hou-tung Lu and Sun Yat-sen
Proportions 2:3[2]

The flag of Taiwan, also known as the Republic of China or Chinese Taipei, is red with a blue canton with a white stylized Sun with twelve rays in the center of the canton.

Symbolism[edit | edit source]

The blue and white canton represents the Kuomingtang Party, and red represents the han Chinese people.

Other Flags[edit | edit source]

Becasue Taiwan is disputed territory, there are other flags.

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