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One World, One Dream: Free Tibet.

The Chinese government has recently began enforcing it's "strike Hard" Campaign and is jailing any person in Possession of a Tibetan Flag or a picture of The Dalai Lama. Show your support of the Tibetan People by displaying their flag.

The Tibetan flag was designed by the thirteenth Dalai-Lama in the beginning of the 20th century. It is based on the traditional flags of the Tibetan regiments. From that time, it has been the official flag of Tibet.

It is said that the main features of the Tibetan flag were designed in the latter half of the 7th century A.D. by King Srongtsan Gampo. The snow lion emblem first displayed as a war-banner became in time the national flag. The final consolidation of Tibetan independence brought about the addition of the rising sun and the twelve stripes of red and blue, which were introduced by the thirteenth Dalai Lama in 1912.

Conal's Corner is not affiliated with the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA) or any Branch of the SCA. The SCA heraldic device, as well as the heraldic devices of its subordinate kingdoms and branches are registered to The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.

The images (emblazons) of all armorial bearings on this site are copyright © 2007-2012 by William J. Knight and are subject to legal protection worldwide. The armorial bearing themselves may also be registered to specific individuals or groups and be subject to additional protections. For further information see our Copyright Information.

All other artwork, text and layout copyright © 2007-2012 by William J. Knight. All rights reserved.

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