The flag of Hong Kong, or the Regional Flag of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China features a stylised, white, five-petal Bauhinia blakeana flower in the centre of a red field. The colour itself is significant; red is a festive colour for the Chinese people, used to convey a sense of celebration and nationalism. Moreover, the red colour is identical to that used in the national PRC flag, chosen to signify the link re-established between post-colonial Hong Kong and China. The position of red and white on the flag symbolises the 'one country two systems' political principle applied to the region. The stylised rendering of the Bauhinia blakeana flower, a flower discovered in Hong Kong, is meant to serve as a harmonising symbol for this dichotomy. Find more China products for your next event!
Dyed in brilliant colors on lustrous, silk-like rayon material, these flags are hemmed and mounted on black plastic staffs. Base is not included.