For simplification reasons, the colors for this version takes the combination from the first version. The top two colors of red and yellow make the orange color, and the top two bottom colors of white and green make the light green color.
Top: #e66e13; Bottom: #9ad899
The colors used in this version are actually taken from the colors used in the previous version. The top green color is a mixture of green and yellow, and the bottom pink color is a mixture of red and white.
Mohkien is based on Medan Hokkien language spoken in Medan city of Indonesia. Thus, the red and white colors of the Indonesian flag are combined into pink color and places at the bottom to symbolize the foundation of Mohkien language. While the top green color represents the supporting elements of Mohkien, such as its concept origin and an earlier form of the writing system.
Top: #80D100; Bottom: #FF8080
The height of each strip is equal.
The inspiration for the flag colors and color order comes from the flag of Indonesia, Myanmar, and the Tang Dynasty. The ratio used is 2:3 since it is the most commonly used ratio, 89 of 195 sovereign states use this flag ratio. Some important characteristics are as the following:
- Red in the top and white in the bottom as in the flag of Indonesia
- Yellow in the middle as in the flag of the Tang Dynasty
- The red color used as in the flag of Indonesia
- The yellow and green colors used as in the flag of Myanmar
The bottom white and green strips occupy 1/3 of the height.
Color SchemeName: Philippine Red
RGB: (206, 17, 38)
CMYK: 0, 0.917, 0.815, 0.192
Name: Philippine Yellow
RGB: (254, 203, 0)
CMYK: 0, 0.200, 1, 0.003
RGB: (255, 255, 255)
CMYK: 0, 0, 0, 0
Name: Wageningen Green
RGB: (52, 178, 51)
CMYK: 0.707, 0, 0.713, 0.301