Stickers and Magnets Fiji
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The Fiji flag was adopted on October 10, 1970. The blue background symbolizes the Pacific Ocean, which plays a significant role in the life of the islanders, both as regards the fishing industry and the tourist attraction. The Union Jack, located in the canton, connects the country with the United Kingdom, of which Fiji remained colonies until the late 80s. The shield, placed on the right side of the flag, derives from the official emblem of the country. It is a white shield with a red cross and a red band at the top of the shield. The images depicted on the shield represent the main agricultural activities of the islands. At the top of the shield, inside the red band, a British lion holds a cocoa pod between the front legs. At the top left is a sugar cane, a coconut palm at the top right, a dove of peace at the bottom left, and a bunch of bananas at the bottom right. The current flag is very similar to the colonial flag used before independence. The main difference with the current one is the lighter shade of blue. Some politicians have asked for the removal of Union Jack from the national flag, seeing its presence as a British colonial emblem; others, however, support its preservation for reasons of historical continuity: in fact the flags of other independent countries, like that of Australia, New Zealand and the Tuvalu maintain the British emblem in their national flags.
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