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China Democratic Socialist Party (Taiwan)

中國民主社會黨 (Zhongguo minzhu shehui dang)

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[Chinese Younger Youth flag] image by Tomislav Todorović, 9 October 2016


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The flag of China Democratic Socialist Party, founded in 1946 and later retreated to Taiwan in 1949, is a red-white-black stripe flag with a green Chinese character“井”in the center. The symbolism of the flag, according to the party the flag is "a symbol of mild socialism", is:

- Red: Warmth and compassion
- White: Fairness and brightness
- Black: Determination and discipline as iron
- The green 井 character (resembles a hash tag #): Green symbolizes peace, the character is a symbol of "Well-field system" (from 9 century BC, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Well-field_system), the traditional Chinese ideal of equalitarianism. The character 井 resembles ridges on fields.

Sources:
Image of the flags:
http://pic1.997788.com/pic_search/00/10/68/56/se10685606.jpg
http://pic1.997788.com/mini/shopstation/picture/DB/00/0006/000618/DB00061880.jpg
http://pic05.997788.com/pic_search/00/22/79/83/se22798396a.jpg

Description of the flag (in Chinese, page 24, article by Tang Qiuyuan in 2013):
http://www.taodocs.com/p-3665933.html

More info of the party: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Democratic_Socialist_Party
Eric Yang Song, 5 October 2016

After the 1949 retreat to Taiwan, until the legalization of full multi-party system in 1987, the party was one of three legal parties, along with the Kuomintang and the Chinese Youth Party but had a limited impact on the national politics during that period. In late 1980s, the party suffered from three splits, which resulted in formation of new parties by the breakaway groups, and lost most of its influence, failing to gain the elected representation onwards, but it still exists, although seems to have no online presence.

More info on the party at Wikipedia (in Chinese):
https://zh.wikipedia.org/

A black and white photo of party flags:
http://blog.xuite.net/htkswswyy99/twblog (image: http://7.share.photo.xuite.net/...m.jpg)
Tomislav Todorovic, 9 October 2016