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[Flag of Chinese provinces]
image located by Zoltan Horvath, 05 June 2009

[Flag of Chinese provinces]
image located by Zoltan Horvath, 05 June 2009

There has not been any evidence of existence of these flags, but I've found two interest images displaying flags of 'delegates' on national sporting events held in China.
National Winter Games: The 11th National Winter Games was held in Qiqihar in Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province from January 18 to 28. (Xinhua Photo)
There are at least 24 different flags in hands of delegates' representatives behind young girls holding tables of names. I can't read Chinese characters to indentify them.
An other image can be found at:
Flags of the delegations to the upcoming China's 11th National Winter Games are seen in Qiqihar, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province on Jan. 15, 2008. The National Winter Games will hold opening ceremony on Jan. 18 here, with its ice and snow sports games will be held respectively in Qiqihar and Yabuli ski ground in Heilongjiang. (Xinhua Photo)
I think this picture was taken on the same sport event. Most of flags are unicoloured (in various colours) with Chinese inscriptions or emblem. The inscriptions are possibly names of delegates (provinces, regions, cities or any other entities?)
Zoltan Horvath, 05 June 2009

I could only open this photo. My wife told me, on the signs are the names of cities, not of provinces, so maybe the flags are city flags or flags of the universities/sport academies of the sportsmen.
Jan-Patrick Fischer, 05 June 2009