The national flag flew at half-mast in mourning in the centre of Tian An Men Square.
On the anniversary of president Lincoln's assassination, flags are hung at half mast in the United States.
On the Improvement of the Institution of Flying Flag at Half-mast in China--Speaking from the Political Function of Flying Flag at Half-mast;
All the flags were at half-mast when the king died.
It was a day of national mourning with flags flying at half-mast everwhere.
"You see," said Danglars, "he fancies himself captain already, upon my word."
"So the Game went on, with all flags flying at half-mast."
In the three days, flags will fly at half-mast national wide and public recreational activities will also stopped.
When unfortunate events causing especially serious casualties occur or when serious natural calamities have caused heavy casualties, the National Flag may be flown at half staff as a token of mourning.
The mourner stand In silent tribute as the coffin be lay to rest
The mourner stand in silent tributes as the coffin is laid to rest.
The mourners stood in silent tribute as the coffin was laid to rest.
Flags were (flown) at half-mast everywhere on the day of the king's funeral.
It was decided that the Union Jack should fly at half-mast from Churchill's death until his funeral.
To lower and raise(a flag) in salute.
The sailor dipped the ship's flag as a salute.
NIV:...... His people made no fire in his honor, as they had for his father.
Outside the school, the flag was hanging at half-staff in honor of the late President Ford.