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Flags of Asian Countries

Flags of Asia

The 48 independent countries within the continent have their own national flags. Each representing its strength and vision. Thus, in total the continent comprises of 48 national flags. While you have a look at the Flags of Asia, you may find that majority of the flags of Asian countries showcase the dominance of red color. Some of these Asian Flags possess an absolute red background and many of these comprise of red strips, disks or triangles. In the Asian culture the color red has a deep philosophical or historical meaning. The Asian flags that hold a worldwide recognition comprise of the national flags of India, Japan, South Korea and China. Thus, when we say Flags of Asia, it is inclusive of the national flags of Asian countries. The Flags of Asia are symbol or emblem of the Asian countries the represents each individual country. Each Flag of Asia has its own distinctive combination of shapes, symbols and colors but by convention almost every Flag of Asia is rectangular in shape except that of Nepal. There is no specific flag of Asia as the continents do not have any particular flag.

Flags of Asia comprise of the flags of all 48 sovereign independent nations of Asia with the exception of: Tibet as it is officially recognized as the Tibet Autonomous region and a part of PR China. Hong Kong and Macau are considered to be the special administrative regions of PRC i.e. People’s republic of China. Further, Taiwan is officially governed by the Republic of China i.e. (ROC). Taiwan is considered to be one of the provinces of PR China. Moreover, the Palestinian National Authority is an administrative organization formed to rule the parts of Gaza Strip and West Bank however, some of the parts of the Palestinian territories are under Israeli Control.

Some Facts About Asian Flags

Every Flag of the Asian countries represents their national identity with each color having specific meaning in the nation’s history. Asian flags differ in meaning as well as color. Enormous in size Asia is a continent of diverse cultures, languages, people and even more. Asia is a continent that comprises of the frozen tundra of Siberia as well as the scorching deserts of the middle east. The continent also extends from the jungles of Southeast Asia to the great steppe of the Central Asia. The countries lying in this massive continent are as diverse as its landscape. Due to the large diversity here, it is nearly impossible to discuss about the continent as a whole. Thus, it is better to split the continent into various regions that share a common cultural diversity. Asia being the largest continent of the world is generally divided into 5 different regions i.e. Southwest Asia which is generally called Middle East Asia, South Asia that comprises of the countries of Indian Sub-Continent, East Asia that comprises of China, North and South Korea, and Japan, Central Asia lying on the vast steppe in the center part of the continent and Southeast Asia constituting of Vietnam as well as its surrounding nations.

Conclusion

The two most populous nations on the planet i.e. India and People’s Republic of China lie on this continent i.e. Asia. The continent has 48 independent sovereign states and few dependent territories. Each of these countries have their own national flags. Every flag of Asia is rectangular in shape except that of Nepal.