The flag of the People's Republic of China is a red flag with five golden stars. The red color represents the revolution and the blood of the Chinese people who fought for their country's independence. The five golden stars represent the five branches of the Chinese Communist Party: the Party, the Youth League, the Women's Federation, the Trade Union, and the Peasants' Association.
The flag was adopted by the Chinese Communist Party in 1949, when it took control of the country and established the People's Republic of China. The design of the flag is based on the flag used by the Chinese Communist Party during the Chinese Civil War, which ended in 1949. The flag is a symbol of the Chinese Communist Party's rule and is an important national symbol for the people of China. It is often displayed at official ceremonies and events, as well as on public buildings and other sites throughout the country.