Taiwan’s flag was adopted in 1928. The flag is often described as “blue sky, white sun, and a wholly red earth.” The sun’s 12 rays represent the calendar months and 12 traditional Chinese hours. The “red earth” represents the blood of Taiwan’s revolutionaries. Blue symbolizes nationalism and liberty, white represents democracy and equality, and red stands for the people’s livelihood and fraternity.
This flag is printed on cotton muslin and mounted to a 30 in. natural wood dowel staff. Base not included.