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National Symbols of China
The March of the Volunteers
was adopted as the Chinese National Anthem on the 27th September, 1949.
In 2003 a selection process was initiated by the State Forestry Administration and the China...
Red and Gold
. These two colours are the ones displayed on the national flag.
Following the triumph of the Chinese Civil War, the newly formed Communist Government gave the task of finding...
China's first national flag was adpated from Chinese mythology. It was believed...
The selection of a national flower has become a difficult one. China has 85% of the world's flower species,...
- is the national fruit. Originally from Southern China's Sichuan province it used to be...
The Chinese consider themselves "Lung Tik Chuan Ren" or Descendants of the Dragon. This comes from...
While The March of the Volunteers is the official anthem of China,
The East is Red
is regarded as the national song.
Descending from the ancient game of tennis,
or ping pong is China's national sport. In the early 1900's...
Although never officially upgraded to the national symbol, the
tree is widely believed to be the national tree of China.
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