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National United University

The National United University is located at the university's UnivFlag3.jpg page. And another version of the same university is at UnivFlag1.jpg.
Valentin Poposki, 25 November 2005

Ming Chuan University

Information in English about Ming Chuan University can be found in English on Wikipedia, where the university logo as seen on university's own English language web site and flag page.

The university is a family-onwed institution, which in american terms would be defined as a proprietary institution, A considerable number of such institutions in the US are little more than diploma mills, but careful reading of Ming Chuan University's web site shows that this is most definitely not the ca\se. Originally established in 1957, it was the first institution in Taiwan to provide tertiary level education in business studies for women. Now coeducational, its strengths still lie in business and management studies.
Ron Lahav, 29 November 2005

National Chengchi University

National Chengchi University image contributed by John Ma, 27 February 2006
Source: National Chengchi University

Chengchi is Wades-Giles for "politics," and the university was originally a KMT partisan training school started in 1927. NCCU on the mainland closed in 1949; reopened in Taiwan in 1954, and is the first public university during the republican years to be resurrected.

Its flag has a light blue field, border with white then red, and with a yellow fringe. The name of the university is written in yellow on the upper half, and the emblem, a blue stylized plum blossom with the characters "Cheng Da," on a white circle in the flower.
John Ma, 27 February 2006

National Chiao Tung University

National Chiao Tung University image by Miles Li, 9 June 2023

The flag of National Chiao Tung University 國立交通大學 (1958-2021).

Formerly Chiao Tung University (founded as Nan Yang Public School in 1896, in Shanghai, China) [See my recent thread on Chiao Tung University]; reestablished in 1958 in Hsinchu City, Taiwan; merged with National Yang-Ming University on 1 February 2021 to become National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University.

The university flag was blue, with the university emblem in yellow at the centre, between a pair of three horizontal stripes also in yellow, all beneath the university name in white. The cogwheel originally had 24 teeth, representing the hours in a day; it was later changed to 60 teeth, representing the sexagenary cycle in the Chinese tradition. The letters 'E S A' stood for Engineering, Science and Administration. The three stripes represented the three campuses of the former Chiao Tung University, namely Shanghai, Tangshan and Peiping/Beijing.
Miles Li, 9 June 2023

National Ilan University

National Ilan University image contributed by John Ma, 27 February 2006
Source: National Ilan University

Logo on light blue bedsheet.
John Ma, 27 February 2006

Dayeh University

Dayeh University image contributed by John Ma, 27 February 2006
Source: Dayeh University

The background is white with fine green wavy lines, and the emblem was slightly off-hoist. In the world on generic logo-on-bedsheet types this is somewhat striking. The logo itself is the symbolization of a tree.
John Ma, 27 February 2006

Soochow University

Soochow University image contributed by John Ma, 27 February 2006
Source: Soochow University

The hoist side is a monogram with the university's initials and the fly side is the Chinese name of the university in seal script.

Soochow university is founded in 1900 by the meager of three schools started by The Methodist Episcopal Church South in Soochow, or nowadays Suzhou. Re-established in Taiwan in 1954, although it has been in Taiwan in 1951 as a "cram school."

Incidentally, Soochow's campus in Suzhou, China, was occupied, aptly, by the Suzhou university, and their emblems are exceedingly similar-- the latter merely changed the Chinese "Dongwu" to "Suzhou."
John Ma, 27 February 2006

Fu Jen Catholic University

Soochow University image contributed by Eugene Ipavec, 31 August 2006
Source: Fu Jen Catholic University

The University flag's color is yellow, which indicates the affinity of the University to the Holy See. The twelve stars in the middle symbolize the Virgin Mary.

Source: Fu Jen Catholic University
Valentin Poposki, 28 August 2006

Other school flags

Fu Hsing Middle and Primary School

[Fu Hsing school flag]

The lettering reads: 'Taipei City Private Fu Hsing Citizens' Middle/Primary School'. And the ideograms in the symbol simply read 'Fu Hsing', meaning Renaissance.
Miles Li, 30 July 2003

From the school website:

The torch means brightness, courage and efforts.
The flower means our national flower, plum flower, which means perseverance.
The triangle means the junior high school, primary school and kindergarten.
The circle means whole person education.

Jan Mertens, 30 July 2003