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Last modified: August 19, 2014, 10:54 AM
Our symbols and slogans are a reflection of the experiential meanings, values, attitudes, and goals held by those in the charge of creative conceptualisation, designing and initiation of a particular theme project or program.
We believe that the slogans and rituals and symbols can be at times more powerful and unifying than explainatory definitions and speeches.
But at the same time, we also realise that the slogans and symbols associated with any activity or phenomena are only as great as the quality and spirit it inhibits and exhibits in continuity, and is in no way has any quantitative and tangible measurements.
Some of our symbils, slogans, and rituals have a great deal of meaningfulness attributed to them.
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