Symbols and symbolism

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The symbol below is used in religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. What is it called?
At the centre of which country's flag would you find the 24-spoked wheel known as the Ashoka Chakra (or Ashoka dharmachakra), a stylised depiction of the Wheel of Dharma?
Made popular by Korean actress Kim Hye Soo in 2010, what does the finger gesture pictured below represent?
The coat of arms (pictured) depicting Hindu god Vishnu's mount the Garuda is the coat of arms of which country?
A symbol of oneness in Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism, what does the symbol(s) pictured below represent?
In Korea, what does a pig symbolise?
In the yin and yang symbol, which colour is yang?
The word emoji combines the Japanese character for picture ( 絵, pronounced eh) and the character for letter or character (moji, 文字) and were added to pagers and cell phones (firstly in Japan) in the mid-late 90s. The first emoji created was the heart emoji, but what is the most used emoji today?
The Swastika is an ancient symbol that has been used by many cultures throughout history, including in various Asian religions. The word swastika or Svastika is a transliteration from which language?
Known as the Chrysanthemum Seal, where would you find the symbol pictured below?