For Otto Ng Chun-lun, winning the Young Post Logo Design Competition was the result of hard work. He spent hours designing up to 10 logos and entered all of them in the competition. Chun-lun, 16, won a $1,000 book coupon from Dymocks, the sole sponsor of the competition. Two of his entries were short-listed in the final round, but the winning logo was his favourite. 'It looked nice, and gives an active and attractive atmosphere,' said the fifth-former from La Salle College. Young Post editor Kevin Kwong said it was not easy picking a winner. 'The standard for all 600 entries has been high. However, Chun-lun's design stood out above the rest because of its vibrant colours and dynamism which truly reflect the spirit of the new-look Young Post,' said Kwong. Chun-lun attributed his success in the competition to an interest in art and design, and frequent designing of logos, posters and banners at his school. He hopes to put his design talents to good use in the future either working as an architect or as a designer in an advertising agency. Right now, Chun-lun plans to put his prize to good use: 'I will buy some books on computer programs about Web graphics, 2-D or 3-D graphic design, video editing and animation,' he said.