two human silhouettes in white, i.e.
a women and a man, both represented in part and against a
sunburst-like background that darkens gradually towards the top, i.e.
altering from bright orangey red at the bottom to dark, almost blackish red
towards the top. Emerging from the bottom and lower sides of the design are
yellow curved lines that each end in a small yellow dot and represent the
allergic diseases caused by
hypersensitivity of the immune system to something in the environment.
In black, in the bottom left corner is the logo of the event, i.e. a circle,
representing the globe, with on the right a map of the
Asian Pacific region and on
the left a highly stylized human figure with the arms held up in the air,
designed resembling an antibody or immunoglobulin, i.e. a Y-shaped protein
produced by plasma cells that is used by the immune system to identify and
neutralize pathogens, such as bacteria and viruses. In between the two is
the number 1992, which refers to the year in which this event was held. On the inside of
the lower part of the circle is the text
Pacific Congress of Allergology and Immunology’,
while underneath it, along the outside of the circle is the