China: What the flag symbolizes

China’s flag was originally adopted back in 1949. The red of this flag represents the communist revolution as well as the traditional color of its people. The large gold star symbolizes communism as well, while the four smaller stars represent the various social classes of the nation’s citizens. The five stars combined are reflective of the importance that Chinese thought and history has placed on the number five. Over the years, reinterpretations of the country’s party structure resulted in a revised symbolism. The large star was said to symbolize Chinas a whole, while the smaller starts represented the national minorities.

There are many different things that China is known for, including its Great Wall. While wonder of the world may not be visible from space as many claim, it is still an incredible testament to the hard work and perseverance of its people.

The Chinese economy has been growing rapidly over the years, and today it is extremely stable and strong. Many of the products that are sold in the United States are manufactured in Chinese factories.

China has the world’s largest popular of any country, with approximately 1.4 billion people. Despite the extraordinarily large population of this country, it only has a single time zone. One of the truly unfortunate things about China is the air pollution, which is getting so bad that it’s actually slowly killing thousands of people each day in large cities. China has a rich and interesting culture and history that makes it unique in many ways.