The flag of the People’s Republic of China is a red field charged in the canton with five golden stars. The design contains one large star, with four minor stars in an arc set off towards the fly.
The red field represents the communist revolution and the five stars with their connection represent the consonance of Chinese people under the lead of the Communist Party of China.
However, the flag is referred to as the “Five-star Red Flag”. The flag was intended by Zeng Liansong, was a citizen from Wenzhou, Zhejiang. In July 1949, he designed the flag in reply to a circular dispersed by the introductory Committee of the New Political Consultative Conference, shortly once they came to power next the Chinese Civil War.