Bhin Bhin, Atung, and Kaka are the three mascots produced by Indonesian children in the Asian Games 2018. They are a reflection of three different energies or powers that all combine together in Asia's highest sporting event.
Bhin Bhin, a Cenderawasih bird, is a representation of strategy. In his manifestation as a mascot, he wore a vest with a typical Asmat motif of Papua.
While Atung is a bawean deer that represents speed. Atung wearing a sarong with a tumpal motif from Jakarta.
As for Kaka's form, it is taken from a single-horned rhinoceros. Of course it represents a force representation. Kaka looks wearing traditional clothes with flower patterns typical of Palembang.
All three appeared in a series of welcoming visits of Prime Minister of People's Republic of China, Li Keqiang, to the Presidential Palace of Bogor, West Java, Monday, May 7, 2018.