The Chinese flag is a solid flag with four small stars and one bigger star in the upper left corner. The used colors in the flag are red, yellow. The proportion of the Chinese flag is 2:3. The Flag of China was adopted in 1949. The first use of the current flag design was in 1949.
The Chinese flag is the flag of the country named China. China is located in continental Asia. China has 16 neighbouring countries. The total length of land borders of China is 13 761 mi/ 22 147 km. China border neighbours and border lengths are: Afghanistan: 76 km, Bhutan: 470 km, Hong Kong (PR China): 30 km, India: 3 380 km, Kazakhstan: 1 533 km, North Korea: 1 416 km, Kyrgyzstan: 858 km, Laos: 423 km, Macau (PR China): 0,34 km, Mongolia: 4 677 km, Myanmar: 2 185 km, Nepal: 1 236 km, Pakistan: 523 km, Russia: 3 645 km, Tajikistan: 414 km, Vietnam: 1 281 km.
1 374 170 000 people are living in China, a country stretching over 3 705 407 sq mi/ 9 596 961 km² (1.41% water). The population density in China is of 371 per sq mi/ 143 people per km². The official language of China is Standard Chinese. The capital city of China is Peking (Beijing). China is a Socialist one-party state.
The currency in China is the Chinese yuan ¥ or 元 (CNY). UTC (standard time) in China is UTC+08:00 and UTC+08:00 in summer. China has the unique two-letter country code, CN (also Internet top-level domain), its three-letter country code is CHN, and its three-digit country code is 156. The calling code for China is +86.
|Three-letter country code:||CHN|
|Three-digit country code:||156|