The flag itself features a simplified white on a magenta background.
The ratio of its length to breadth is 3:2.
The design implies that Hong Kong is an inalienable part of China and prospers in the embrace of the motherland.
When raising a flag to be flown at half-staff, it should first be raised to the top of the pole and then lowered to a point where the distance between the top of the flag and the top of the pole is one third of the length of the pole.
This design was used officially from 1959 until Hong Kong's transfer of sovereignty in 1997.
Hong Kong residents traveling from low-risk locations in mainland China or Macau might be exempt from quarantine under the Return2hk scheme.
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It consists of 96 coloured squares arranged in an 8 × 12 grid, which symbolize the on the walls.