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image by Pascal Gross and António Martins- Tuválkin, 18 August 2008
The blue background stands for the "Eternal Blue Heaven (Monkh Khokh
Tengger)" in which the Mongols believe in , the red colored image stands
for "fire", the golden colored image stands for the sun and the white
colored image stands for moon. The Mongols believe that the spirit of the "Monkh
khokh Tengger" ("eternal blue heaven") is among the objects
everywhere in the universe, especially in the fire, the sun and the moon. Please
note, you can find the sun, moon, and fire image and the blue background from
the national flag of Mongolia.
Source: Inner Mongolian People's Party website, http://members.aol.com/imppsite/indexeng.html
The Inner Mongolian People's Party is a pro-independence movement established in Princeton, New Jersey on March 23, 1997.
from the: Constitution of the Inner Mongolian People's Party
VIII. The flag of the IMPP is blue in background, with images of red-colored fire, golden-colored sun, and white-colored moon in the center."
M. Breier, 25 July 1999
image by António Martins- Tuválkin and eljko Heimer, 16 August 2008
A 2:3 = 9:(3+6+3) vertical "Canadian" (1+2+1) triband of blue and white, with a NATO-style
four-pointed faceted star centered, on the white panel, with strokes expanding outwards from
each star tip, separated by a gap, those strokes in N and S of double length - all in blue and white.
The shade of blue seems to be light (which is an important Mongol color).
António Martins- Tuválkin, 16 August 2008
image by Eugene Ipavec, 16 August 2008
Both the Inner Mongolian Peoples Party and the Mongolian Liberal Union Party have recently worked
together and have adopted tentative national flag of Southern Mongolia which
is 1:2 blue flag charged with yellow flame, sun and crescent as a part of Soyombo and two red
horizontal stripes as Israel.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 16 August 2008