Flag of Chaowan
|Name||National flag of Chaowan.|
|Use||Civil and state flag and civil ensign|
|Name||Naval Ensign and Military Flag of Chaowan|
|Use||War flag and naval ensign|
|Name||Flag of the Emperor of Chaowan.|
The national flag of Chaowan is a rectangular flag featuring a large white circle on a red field, representing brightness, purity, and fulfilment. However, the white circle also represents a pearl which is also common in Chaowanese culture. The red field represents Earth, and also fire, good fortune and joy. It became the national flag of Chaowan during the Wei Restoration.
The design of the flag was largely based on Chinese influences. The red field was designed to represent the Earth, fire, good fortune and joy. The white circle represents a pearl, and brightness, purity, and fulfilment.
Other Chaowanese flags
Three flags of the Wong dynasty 220 BC–209 BC