|Three flags flying high||Symbolising the attitude of being proactive, progressive, improvement oriented, optimistic, respectful and open-minded.|
|Three strong and bright colours (yellow, red, blue)||Three as a number is taken to represent pluralism. The combination of different colours symbolises the spirit of pluralism and democratic dynamism.|
|Abstract representation of “E”||Representing the new “ERA”.|
|Abstract representation of “N”||Representing “N.E.” as the abbreviation of “New Era”|
|“N” made up of three plane surfaces acting as the supporting base for the three flags||The three plane surfaces symbolize:
- New spirit: Spirit of freedom;
- New thinking: Independent thinking;
- New Era: An era of pluralism.