Flag of Hong Kong
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The flag of Hong Kong is red and shows a five-flowered Bauhinia blakeana in the center. This is an orchid tree with red, huge flowers.The red of the flag matches that of the Chinese flag
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The flag of the city of Hong Kong is a symbol of the city's sovereignty, distinct from the People's Republic of China. It was officially adopted as the flag of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in 1997. The flag embodies the values of freedom, democracy and the rule of law that Hong Kong upholds as part of the People's Republic of China.
The flag of the city of Hong Kong, officially known as the flag of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), was introduced in 1997 when Hong Kong was returned to China. It consists of a white fabric with a red, five-pointed star banner representing a belly dancer. The star symbolizes the five different groups of Hong Kong's population. Below it is a white banderole with the inscription "Hong Kong, China" in black letters.
The flag of the city of Hong Kong in the country of China consists of a white star on a red background. The white star is divided into five parts, each representing a Chinese word. These words are "prosperity", "happiness", "wealth", "peace" and "progress". The red background symbolizes the revolutionary ideals and the blood that was shed for freedom.
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