WBHK Logo Story Sharing

Behind every design lays a unique story.

In a Tuesday evening, four young talented prize winners joined Prof. Yip and the WBHK team in a casual meeting with wine and crackers. Many stories were shared and ideas of how to enhance the wellbeing of the community were exchanged among the group. But that’s not enough. We want to go big and let these valuable thoughts shared with you, with everyone in the community! All prize winners were invited to write their unique stories into words, and share it with everyone here. Please enjoy!


你的人生幸福嗎?幸福,並不只是指物質上,還有精神上;快樂,更能使人幸福。我相信每個人的童年也有一個美好、快樂的經歷,就是玩紙飛機;以紙飛機為Wellbeing標誌的主題,象徵希望、快樂、開心等正面信息;加上W的形狀,代表Well-being in Hong Kong網站。以綠色作主色,表達健康、自然、幸福感覺。


希望香港人透過 Well-being in Hong Kong 網站可再經歷玩紙飛機的快樂,放下消極的情緒及任何負面情緒,再次擁抱人生,感受幸福! Well-being in Hong Kong 網站也如紙飛機一樣,乘載著香港人一同往幸福進發!

Chan Wang Tung 著

I am a keen yoga practitioner. Practising balance can strengthen our mental, physical and social health. You must use your mind to keep your balance. Balancing would be a quite heavy physical activity. Training would be more effective in groups which would also encourage more social connectivity.

logo-design-sharing01I consider myself as an IT specialist. Thinking outside the box would help me to find solutions to problems. Taking up the challenge and staying in positive attitude enable me to cope with the stresses of life.

My logo design was inspired by a Yin Yang Symbol of Tai chi. The lunar and solar eclipses are representing the well-balanced universe. In this logo design, the solar eclipse is visualised but lunar eclipse is abstract. Being mindful is not only the source of wisdom, compassion and creativity but also is the key to improve mental well-being.

The dancing human is infused into the lunar and solar universe. This man symbol provides the message to be active, energetics and positive. Being active is not only promoting our self-confidence but also is the key to promote our physical well-being.

Three leaves are the “one-to-many” connections with the people around you. The three different colours in the leaves are representing the diversified connections. Getting connected is not only building up the interpersonal relationship but also is the key to develop our social well-being.

A well-being life is nurtured through the cultivation of mental, physical and social balance. Such triads of mental, physical and social well-being are incorporated into this logo. This logo design could provide good identity because it is simple, energetic and contemporary.

By Chan King Cheung Joe



Wong Wai Kin著

In the society, well-being seems to be such a clinical thing – eat good foods, travel, have a social life, develop some hobbies, take medications, exercise, wealthy – we are mind-washed that our own fulfilment is from outside.

To me, well-being is about living a healthy and fulfilling life and first of all is to be ALIVE. My answer to this is totally from inside ourselves, which is LOVE. This is the entire concept of my design – a living and smiley heart.

Maybe same as you, my life is like a tidal wave, sometimes up and sometimes down. The society and our childhood let us think we don’t deserve love. We think if we let love in we’ll become too irrational and soft. Once upon a time, I even walked away from love because I am so disappointed that it is nowhere to be found.

Luckily, after all kind of success and failure, I learn again how to love myself. If we didn’t have love for ourselves, we wouldn’t even try to take care of our wellness. Anything we do for the good of ourselves must be an act of self-love. Then after I have enough love to myself, I can give out love to other, and to let it come in. From this point, love becomes infinite. Love is now an ongoing fulfilment in my life.

“Life is a series of pulls back and forth. You want to do one thing, but you are bound to do something else. Something hurts you, yet you know it shouldn’t. You take certain things for granted, even when you know you should never take anything for granted. A tension of opposites, like a pull on a rubber band. And most of us live somewhere in the middle…So which side wins? Love wins. Love always wins.”

― Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie

After all, love is the only rational act.

JUST love each other or die.

By Yam Tze Ying (Elsie)