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.


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

Other FlagsEdit

Becasue Taiwan is disputed territory, there are other flags.

External linksEdit


  1. Taiwan Flag and Description at WorldAtlas.Com
  2. Republic of China (Taiwan) at Flags of the World
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