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Meaning of the six shapes

Though CASE is a meeting place for Asian scholars, it aims to become known to scholars worldwide (six continents).
“The elements of the logo of CASE symbolize its missions: the six books represent journals worldwide, the pens stand for editing, and the wings remind one of the aspiration of soaring towards the sky.

Meaning of the colors blue and green
As an organization dedicated to science (technology and life), the mission of CASE is aptly symbolized by the two colors on the logo blue denoting trust, future, and technology, and green denoting life.