The Republic of China World War II Service Medal is an award issued by the Republic of China beginning in 1944. It recognizes military members and civilians who aided the Chinese military in efforts against Japan during the Second World War.
Its official--though seldom used--full name is the Medal in Commemoration of Victory in the Resistance Against Aggression.
In order to be eligible for the Republic of China World War II Service Medal, individuals must have served between December 8, 1941 and September 2, 1945 for a term of no fewer than 30 days. The service must have been completed in mainland China, Vietnam,Thailand, or Myanmar (then called Burma).
On the bronze medallion is an image of Chiang Kai-shek superimposed over flags, the Marco Polo bridge, and a cityscape. The ribbon is primarily yellow with a red stripe on each edge and a thinner blue stripe adjacent. It also features a Chinese sunburst in the center.