Thus spake Wikipedia:
A footnote leads to the following article: culture.teldap.tw/culture/index. … Itemid=210 (But this gives no additional information.)
Your image needs the canton to be adjusted. And… I wonder if the design would blend in better if it were outlined in blue instead of black? And do the number of points mean anything? (Nothing in the ROC Constitution specifies 12. For ideosyncratic reasons I would like to see 9.)
BTW note that nothing in the ROC Constitution specifies that the flag must be rectangular![/quote]
I adjusted the proportions:
It is still just a modified British Red Canton though.
As for the mata, different numbers of rings and rays represent different tribes on the islands of Ponso no Tao and Jimagaod. It’s also worth noting there’s a new law protecting the use of Aboriginal traditional symbolisms. Some people may not want their tribal symbol used as a national one. That’s why I eventually gave up using the distinctive Tao mata on the flag, and opted to use to simple rhombus shaped mata. It’s harder to claim a basic geometric shape for exclusive tribal use…