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Wan Ball Design Inspiration came from Buddhism.
Swastika，wastika， one of the auspicious signs recognized （e.g. in Chinese Tathagata Buddhism） as being on the chest of Buddha （and variously seen in statuary on the chest， soles of the feet， or palms of the hands） According to one of the contemporary Chinese greats, Nan Huai-Chin, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nan_Huai-Chin, the symbol of Swastika，Mr. Nan said ‘It does not matter weather it was drew counter clockwise or clockwise. In Buddhism, counter clock wise means we have to ‘look in’ to find out who we really are. Clock wise means, we have to serve and help the society and beings around us.’
To avoid having the feeling of the 1930 Nazi Germany, the design made the Swastika symbol as an inter-linking ball.