The Fiji Flag emoji represents the Island nation in continental Oceania, which you can find in the North of New Zealand and east of Australia. Only a third of the country is inhabited, so you can expect nothing more than mesmerizing, pristine beauty. European explorers struggled to colonize the country because of its glorious warrior culture. It has led to the preservation of their rich customs and traditions.
The Fijian flag still banners the Union Jack on its upper left, to represent that it was, at some point, a member of the British colonies. A shield on the right shows Fiji’s coat of arms, where a lion represents Great Britain while holding a coconut. Right below are island crops and plants, including a dove that symbolizes peace. The rest of the flag is in blue, which serves as an ode to the Pacific.
Did you know that Fiji is among the several countries in the world that has three official languages? These are Fijian, Fiji Hindi, and English. That said, the Fiji flag would make the perfect emoji to use in conversations about their languages, people, culture, or the country itself. So, if you ever plan on visiting or living in this breathtaking island nation, be sure to include the Fiji emoji!
Flag: Fiji is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 2.0.
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