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China Empire, 1916

Yuan Shi-kai set up a China Empire in 1916, which lasted only 81 days. From a black and white photograph, a flag was depicted that was adopted for this empire.
Michael Yuh-horng Wang, 13 January 1997


by Bruce Ward,

The five-color flag was not used in the canton of the flag of Manchuoko as some might believe. The Manchuoko flag is a yellow field with four small stripes of red, blue, white and black in the canton.
Michael Yuh-horng Wang, 13 January 1997

Bruce Ward posted this flag recently and he mentioned that the field was not yellow, but more orange. I noticed the same color from the October, 1917, National Geographic. Yet the suggestion that the Manchukuo flag had the five-color Chinese Republican flag in the canton and that the field was yellow is still persistent.
Thomas W. Koh, 14 January 1997

Manchuria (1922)

by Jaume Ollé,

Adopted in 1922 by Tchao Tso Lin when he proclaimed the autonomy of Manchuria.
Jaume Ollé, 03 February 1999

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