National Emblem of China

National Emblem of China

The Design of The National Emblem of China Published By The Central Government on September 20, 1950. It Contains in a Red Circle a Representation of Tiananmen Gate Under the light of Five Stars And it is Framed With Ears of Grain and Cogwheel.

Tiananmen is The symbol of Modern China. The New Democratic Revolution in China was launched There In May 4th Movement of 1919.

The Five Stars Symbolize The Solidarity of the Various Nationalities of China. The Emblem clearly indicates That the People’s Republic of China is a Socialist Country.

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