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Order of National Glory with Grand Cordon
 
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The medal features an eagle in the center and rays of gold and four plum blossoms on the border, symbolizing that the awardee has helped bring a bright future to the nation. Regulations governing this order were passed in 1937 and took effect in 1938.

 
Order of National Glory with Grand Cordon
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Order of Blue Sky and White Sun with Grand Cordon
 
 

The medal features the national emblem, a white sun in a blue sky, and rays of gold on the border. The white sun symbolizes the glory the awardee brings to the nation. This order was instituted in 1929 and has no ranks.

 
Order of Blue Sky and White Sun with Grand Cordon
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Order of Precious Tripod
 
 

The medal features a picture of a tripod in the center and rays of gold on the border. The tripod is considered a national treasure in China. So the design symbolizes that the awardee is a national treasure. This order was instituted in 1929 and classified into nine ranks.

 
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Order of Loyalty and Valour
 
 

The medal features a warrior in the center and rays of gold on the border. This order was instituted in 1944 and has no ranks. The medal features a warrior on horseback, symbolizing the awardee's heroic deeds.

 
Order of Loyalty and Valour
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Order of Resplendent Banner
 
 

The medal, features a bright-yellow flag fluttering among clouds in the center and rays of gold on the border. This order was instituted in 1935 and classified into nine ranks.

 
Order of Resplendent Banner
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Order of Loyalty and Diligence
 
 

The medal depicts a sword and a book in the center, symbolizing the awardee's mastery of both the pen and the sword. The surrounding red color symbolizes the passion of the awardee. This order was instituted in 1944 and has no ranks.

 
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Honour Sabre of the Awakened Lion
 
 

The Honour Sabre of the Awakened Lion was instituted in 1935 for awarding to generals of the armed forces, who, having already been conferred order of the highest rank, have made further contributions.

It is divided into three classes for different merit. The first class is decorated with nine lions, the second class seven lions and the third class five lions. In each case, the Chinese characters of "Yi Nan Ting Kung" (Defeat the foreign invaders) and "Wo Wu Wei Yang" (Our military might is known worldwide) are inscribed on either side of the sabre.

 
Honour Sabre of the Awakened Lion
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Order of National Glory with Grand Cordon
 
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The medal features an eagle in the center and rays of gold and four plum blossoms on the border, symbolizing that the awardee has helped bring a bright future to the nation. Regulations governing this order were passed in 1937 and took effect in 1938.

 
Order of National Glory with Grand Cordon
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Order of Blue Sky and White Sun with Grand Cordon
 
 

The medal features the national emblem, a white sun in a blue sky, and rays of gold on the border. The white sun symbolizes the glory the awardee brings to the nation. This order was instituted in 1929 and has no ranks.

 
Order of Blue Sky and White Sun with Grand Cordon
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Order of Precious Tripod
 
 

The medal features a picture of a tripod in the center and rays of gold on the border. The tripod is considered a national treasure in China. So the design symbolizes that the awardee is a national treasure. This order was instituted in 1929 and classified into nine ranks.

 
Order of Precious Tripod
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Order of Loyalty and Valour
 
 

The medal features a warrior in the center and rays of gold on the border. This order was instituted in 1944 and has no ranks. The medal features a warrior on horseback, symbolizing the awardee's heroic deeds.

 
Order of Loyalty and Valour
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Order of Resplendent Banner
 
 

The medal, features a bright-yellow flag fluttering among clouds in the center and rays of gold on the border. This order was instituted in 1935 and classified into nine ranks.

 
Order of Resplendent Banner
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Order of Loyalty and Diligence
 
 

The medal depicts a sword and a book in the center, symbolizing the awardee's mastery of both the pen and the sword. The surrounding red color symbolizes the passion of the awardee. This order was instituted in 1944 and has no ranks.

 
Order of Loyalty and Diligence
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Honour Sabre of the Awakened Lion
 
 

The Honour Sabre of the Awakened Lion was instituted in 1935 for awarding to generals of the armed forces, who, having already been conferred order of the highest rank, have made further contributions.

It is divided into three classes for different merit. The first class is decorated with nine lions, the second class seven lions and the third class five lions. In each case, the Chinese characters of "Yi Nan Ting Kung" (Defeat the foreign invaders) and "Wo Wu Wei Yang" (Our military might is known worldwide) are inscribed on either side of the sabre.

 
Honour Sabre of the Awakened Lion
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