Each year, our MCDS students in grades fourth through eighth participate in the National Geographic Geography Bee, a national contest designed to encourage the teaching of, spark student interest in, and increase public awareness about geography. Our school bee consists of grade level competitions to determine two participants from each grade to compete in the school-wide competition. The winner of our school competition Elsa ’23 advances to the state level. #geography#nationalgeographic#elsa
Tibet- there are a lot of countries with limited recognition that have some really interesting flags, such as Tibet, that I would recommend checking out. “Why do the least recognized countries have the coolest flags?” I ask myself. We may never know the answer. Anyways, on to the rating.
Firstly, no, I did not crop his flag poorly. The yellow is only on 3 sides of the flag, similarly to Rhode Island (check it out, I posted it a few days ago). There is no doubt that this flag represents Tibet’s history well, but now we must dissect the aesthetic effects of this flag. Although there is a lot here, I think really enjoy the multitude of colors included. Usually, purple and red look bad together, but with the addition of all the other colors here, I would say that this flag is an exception. One thing that flag makers don’t take into account as much as they should is that complexity AND symmetry is possible. Maybe not perfect symmetry, but close enough. I applaud this complex flag for its originality and strength. I will give Tibet a
9.0/10-What’s your rating?