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The flag of Singapore was on the 3rd December 1959 raised for the first time officially.
The national flag of Singapore consists of two equal horizontal stripes: red top and white below. The color red symbolizes universal brotherhood and equality of man, white purity and virtue.
In the upper left corner of a white crescent moon is shown, along with five white stars that form a circle. The crescent moon represents a young and rising nation, the five stars of Singapore's ideals. Democracy, peace, progress, justice and equality
In the design of the flag had regard for the various ethnic groups are taken. Red was chosen for the Chinese population, as this is a traditional lucky color in Chinese culture. In addition, Red stands for courage in the Malay understanding. White was chosen as the color of purity in the Malay culture. As an example of the People's Republic of China of the Chinese population were demanded star on the flag. The Malays demanded that the crescent as an expression of Islam on the flag has its place. As a compromise, the government decided, five stars and a crescent on the flag represent - as opposed to flags of Muslim countries in which the crescent moon with a star is common.
Two equal horizontal stripes (red, white); on the red area, near the flagpole, is a vertical white crescent partially enclosing five white five-pointed stars arranged in a circle; the opening of the crescent faces away from the flagpole.
Red symbolizes universal brotherhood and equality. White symbolizes the virtue and purity of the people of Singapore. The white crescent and the five white stars symbolize a new nation founded in the (five) ideals of democracy, peace, progress, equality and justice.
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The national flag of Singapore, also known as the Merlion Flag, was introduced in 1965. It symbolizes the unity of the various ethnic groups that make up the country. The flag consists of two evenly divided stripes, a white upper stripe symbolizing the purity of the country and a red lower stripe symbolizing the courage and blood of those who died for the independence of the country.
The national flag of Singapore, also known as the Singapore flag, was introduced in 1959 when Singapore gained its independence from Malaysia. The flag consists of two equal stripes of red and white separated by a five-pointed red star. The red star represents the government's socialist ideology and symbolizes the nation as a whole. The red and white colors represent the harmony between the different ethnic groups in Singapore.
The national flag of Singapore consists of two horizontal stripes of equal size, a white one at the top and a red one at the bottom. The white stripe is decorated with a red cross surrounded by a white crescent and five white stars. The crescent and stars symbolize Singapore's ethnic groups - Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, Eurasian and others. The white stripe stands for Purity and the red stripe stands for Universal Brotherhood.