Tibetan Flag


The Tibetan flag was adopted by the 13th Dalai Lama in 1916 and used up until 1951 before the Chinese government banned it in 1959.

The flag now represents Tibet and Tibetans in exile and is seen by the People’s Republic of China as a symbol of the "separatist movement" of seeking genuine autonomy for the Tibetan region. 

This small flag comes with a slot to enable the use of a mini flagpole.

Small: 26cm x 19cm

Medium: 39.5cm x 48cm

X-Large: 140cm x 48cm

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