Xianggang refers to Hong Kong, a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. Its flag features a red background adorned with a white, stylized, five-petal bauhinia flower at its center.
The red hue signifies the motherland China, while the bauhinia emblem epitomizes Hong Kong’s distinctiveness and significance as a region. The five petals of the flower denote the “Five Star” flag of China, emblematic of the unity among the Chinese populace under the governance of the Communist Party of China.
This symbolism encapsulates Xianggang integration with China while acknowledging its unique identity and role within the nation.