Flags of Countries that Border China

For each selected flag, name the country that borders China.
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Last updated: April 11, 2020
First submittedSeptember 22, 2017
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Level 72
Sep 24, 2017
Another featured quiz, very nice :)
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Level 80
Nov 12, 2017
Is that a new flag for Tajikistan? Doesn't look familiar.
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Level 59
Nov 12, 2017
It's the same old one. Unless you have in mind the Soviet-era flag.
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Level 80
Nov 12, 2017
::shrug:: I suppose I just didn't know what the flag of Tajikistan looked like.
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Level 70
Nov 12, 2017
It's funny because I had the exact same thoughts when I saw the flag! I guess it's the usual denial followed by grudging acceptance of one's inevitable ignorance :D
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Level 67
Nov 12, 2017
I think the Burmese flag is pretty recently introduced.
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Level 47
Jul 8, 2020
I think it's interesting that even though their country is now myanmar their denonym is still burmese.
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Level 23
Nov 12, 2017
I highly assumed the post-Soviet style flag, but guessed it due to the fact that everything else was already guessed.
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Level 51
Nov 12, 2017
What sort of order are these in?
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Level 45
Nov 12, 2017
No particular order.
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Level 72
Nov 12, 2017
For any JetPunk quiz involving countries, be sure you know how to spell "Kyrgyzstan."
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Level 65
Nov 13, 2017
When you type Kyrgzstan and then the time runs out as you think dam can't spell it.
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Level 68
Nov 13, 2017
To my best knowledge, any combination that starts with 'kyrg' and ends with 'zstan' should work, so maybe it was the wrong flag after all...
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Level 55
Aug 12, 2020
So you can learn the 9 letters fine, but the 10th one is suddenly impossible?
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Level 36
Jul 5, 2020
I can spell kyrgyzstan, just make noises like kay-raygy-z-stan.
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Level 32
Nov 13, 2017
I got stuck on Myanmar, having learned the flags of the world before pre-2010, when the flag was changed.
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Level 68
Mar 21, 2018
The Myanmar flag threw me for a while, it looks a lot like a number of African flags. It's interesting to see the shared regional characteristics of flags, such as the proliferation of red-white-and-blue flags in Europe, or flags in Africa and Asia with Islamic characteristics.
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Level 24
Nov 25, 2018
FORGOT NORTH KOREA :(
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Level 51
Jul 5, 2020
look at the name of the user down below this comment
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Level 23
Jan 23, 2019
Nice quiz
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Level 67
Sep 27, 2019
I found it interesting that the 3 I didnt get were the 3 least guessed. Since to me they are all nearly as obscure (besides a few perhaps) so somehow the same flags are equally difficult for others, fascinating.

For instance why is kygyzstan so much lower than kazakhstan. As countries they are equally obscure, yet both have rather distinctive flags (not 3 colored stripes, with or without a star/crescent) but kyrgyzstan is quite a lot lower. (and I doubt it is spelling, they are rather lenient on that, and kyr gyz, is not harder than ka zakh

)
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Level 78
Jul 5, 2020
kyrgyz is much harder for my fingers to type than kazakh. I have to stop and type it one letter at a time. No idea why. I remember the latter's flag easily because it's one of my favorite colors and the same shade of blue I used as my wedding color. I had no idea about the former's flag but after this discussion I will maybe remember it next time. :)
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Level 65
Jul 5, 2020
I think Kazakhstan's flag is much more distinct because of that unusual blue. I've seen it enough times that I always think it's a Caribbean or Oceanian flag, and have been surprised enough up seeing that it's Kazakhstan's that it has finally stuck.
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Level 64
Jul 6, 2020
I know Kazakhstan's flag because of Borat...
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Level 55
Aug 12, 2020
I don't think Kazakhstan is as obscure as the other stans. It's the largest one and the "one on the top" (meaning north). Before I learned them all, I always had it like this. Pakistan and Afghanistan are at the bottom, Kazakhstan at the top and between them is unknown mess. And I guess a lot of people have it similar, so if they don't make the extra step to learn them all, they would know Kazakhstan way better than the rest.
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Level 23
Jul 5, 2020
I honestly didn't know what Mongolia's flag looked like.
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Level 36
Jul 5, 2020
The Myanmar flag was just so un-myanmarish... So couldn't get it right away. I didn't know Tajikistan but guessed it off anyway. 26 seconds left only... Guess I'm just only a beginner
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Level 74
Jul 6, 2020
Are people in Kyrgyzstan big fans of bocce ball or something?