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Kiong Ko / Dry fruits gift pack

Kiong Ko
Kiong Ko

“Kiong Ko” is a homophonic term in the Taiwanese language, signifying propaganda or storytelling.
Formed with a single piece of paper and non-plastic packaging, this design integrates a hidden handle and series combinations, allowing products in the same series to interconnect with each other; or connected products can be dismantled to obtain one unit.
The visual appearance of the packaging on both sides is designed with Chinese and Taiwanese phrases forming a window-grille pattern. In addition, Taiwanese sayings and proverbs regarding fruit are included in the design, making this product attractive to locals and farmers.


Kai-min Cheng

Kai-min Cheng
Magong City, Taiwan


Cheng, Kai min

Cheng, Kai min
Taichung City, Taiwan