I was surprised to see your band logo when I saw it the first time. Because I think the dragon is more Chinese symbol than Mongolian symbol. The Dalan Khar mountain archaeological discovery of a golden belt with a dragon symbol which belong to the Shanyu of the Hunnu (aka Hun) empire suggests that the Hunnus might have used dragon symbols. That’s why did you choose it as your band logo? Well, It’s not actually a dragon It is a snow leopard. When we draw the snow leopard, we tried to describe its movement patterns. In the mountains the snow leopards don’t go straight lines but always making zigzag like movements They are always cautious and sneaking around So the shape might look like a dragon but its a snow leopard. Our friend Khishgee come up with this idea and explained to us. “Irves” which means snow leopard in Mongolian language revered by the Hunnic people and their ancestors for thousands of years. Snow leopard was a sacred to their culture throughout the land And it has very deep symbolic meanings to it. A massive burial site of a Hunnu Royal found in Uvurkhangai aimag Undur Ulaan sum Gol Mod 2, Mongolia in 2011 revealed that snow leopard might be their sacred symbol. This is why we chose it to be the band logo. So we made the snow leopard our logo because of the symbolic meaning of our ancestors. After researching a lot of historical books, the works of the scholars, and archaeological discoveries, we concluded this is the true sacred symbol of the ancient Mongolian tribes. We decided The HU Band, who plays the Hunnu Rock should have this symbol as their band logo. This is how this logo was created.