A flag made from bamboo that was used in a Chinese garden in the Chinese city of Kunming.
The flag was used for Chinese citizens visiting the city to celebrate the Chinese New Year, but has now been used by the government to protest in some countries.
The flag, which has since been banned by China, is a red-and-white striped flag with a black border with a green border, and has a red sun and white stars and a yellow star at the bottom.
It has been used for years to protest Chinese President Xi Jinping’s authoritarian rule in China.
Kunming officials say they are using the flag to raise awareness about human rights abuses.
“It is a symbol of democracy and freedom,” Kunming mayor Hong Yongsheng said.
“It was not used in this way by the Chinese authorities.”
A spokesperson for the Chinese embassy in Washington, D.C., said it does not comment on the flag’s use.
China has been using its trademark to trademark its flag for decades.
In 2012, a United Nations human rights committee issued a report calling on China to end the use of its trademark in its flag and other products.
Last year, the United States and France banned China’s use of the word “kong” on Chinese state media.