|Fun Facts Series #8:
Every flag that represents a country has a meaning behind it, even logos and brandings have a story or a symbol that represents something. * What does each component of the Singapore Flag represents?
|Singapore Flag was actually made in 1959 so the flag aged at 56 years old. The interesting thing was the flag design was retained even after Singapore gained self-independence. The Singapore flag was designed with meanings that last.
The national flag of Singapore comprises two equal horizontal sections – an upper red section and a lower white section. A white crescent moon occupies the upper left red section, with five white stars arranged in a circle beside it. Each colour and symbol on the flag has a distinctive meaning and significance attached to it.
|Back to the question: * What does each component of the Singapore Flag represents?
Red >>> Universal Brotherhood & the Equality of Man
White >>> Everlasting Purity & Virtue
Crescent Moon >>> A Rising Young Nation
Five Stars >>> Equality, Justice, Peace, Progress & Democracy
|17th October 2015, 1729hrs|