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  1. Paradise Dynasty is a successful restaurant chain from Singapore serving the finest of northern and southern China cuisine and now they have a new restaurant under their wing called Paradise Classic which serves nostalgic dishes. At Carnavon Plaza, they are right next to each other!! I was more than excited to try because of the nostalgic dishes that are slowly fashioned out in the modern era. Started with the floral elderflower and melon tea which was sweet and refreshing. The first nostalgic dish was the crouching tiger available in a spicy and non spicy version. You get to savour the sweetness of seafood in this inimitable pot of crabs, prawns, clams, squid and fish. The seafood broths brings out the taste of freshest seafood while the thick vermicelli soaks up the flavours of the broth. Next was the stewed silver pin noodles which came in a huge pot in thick delicious soup that is mixed with egg. It was hearty and filling, great for the coming winter. For light bites, had the mashed tofu with seafood which is a must try as they make the tofu in house. Finished with my favourite spinach cooked with salted egg and preserved egg for a balanced meal with vegetables. Paradise Classic 樂天經典:2/F, Carnarvon Plaza, 20 Carnarvon Road Tsim Sha Tsui Paradise Classic 樂天經典: Shop UG09, UG/F, Olympian City 2, 18 Hoi Ting Road Tai Kok Tsui Source
  2. Wine and Dine is bigger and better this year that it now has different sections. Hotel Delicious, Feedme Lane, Coffee Fiesta etc. I was impressed with the creativity and variety this year. First stop was salted egg chicken drumsticks with a Singaporean twist coated with oats from City Garden Hotel Hong Kong 城市花園酒店. Second stop Appendix Coffee & Bar, the N2 Earl Grey really hit the spot as I was hot and bothered. Lightly sweetened Earl Grey with a silky foam cap and last but not least was the Taiwanese messy bun inspired coffee. In the bakery section, my fave bakery Say Hey Bakery 四喜麵包西餅was there with a unique beetroot quiche, La Mer Restaurant & Loungehad this interesting salted egg duck tart and Fast Gourmet had exclusive alcoholic lava croissants like pina colada. For filling dishes Westwood Carvery had prime rib sandwiches and uni pasta. The Drunken Pot 酒鍋 was also here, no hotpots there but they had cute skewers. I had the spicy trio which had all my favourites: ducks blood, fish maw and stinky tofu. Last but not least, I love Indian food so had the Kathi veggie roll from Gaylord. Make sure you don't miss the drones display. #香港美酒佳餚巡禮 Source
  3. HK Express Turns 5!

    HK Express Turns 5 and the Hong Kong-based Airline Celebrates with HKD55* Up Birthday Fares and HKD5 Specials!! Time flies when the guests are having fun! It’s hard to believe it’s already been five years since HK Express converted to an LCC in October 2013. The Hong Kong-based airline is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a special promotion that will make its guests travel dreams come true before other commitments – like marriage, kids or work – get in the way! Over the past five years, the airline is proud to have flown more than 13 million people to various destinations across Asia, all while maintaining an incredible load factor of 87 per cent in average. Coming up in 2019, HK Express is excited to launch new inflight menu items on 1 November as well as a route to Nagasaki on 19 January. Nagasaki is the popular port city in Japan which is well known with its UNESCO listed heritage sites. The introduction of the new routes brings the airline’s route map to a total of 24 destinations. To ring in the big birthday this October, HK Express is offering an amazing “Travel Best Before” Birthday Sale to its intrepid guests with 70,000 seats at fares from HKD55* to 23 destinations, including the newly-announced route Nagasaki in Japan. The flash sale will launch in three separate phases, beginning on 27 October (09:00), followed by 30 October (09:00) and 2 November (09:00), running until 4 November (23:59). No matter when guests book, each wave shares the same eligible travel period from 9 November 2018 to 28 September 2019. Not only can guests snap up HKD55 fares, but they can also take advantage of special HKD5 birthday perks, such as upgraded checked baggage. From 27 October to 4 November 2018, guests can enjoy a special price of HKD5 for every additional 5kg starting from 20kg checked baggage allowance upon purchasing air tickets via HK Express website and mobile app. Better yet, the airline is serving up tasty inflight dishes, such as oriental barbecued pork puffs, pineapple Danishes, and Joe & Seph’s Classic Gourmet Popcorn – all for HKD5 from 27 to 31 October. HK Express is also partnering iBakery (a social enterprise under Tung Wah Group of Hospitals) to sell handcrafted cookies on board HK Express flights between 27 October to 4 November 2018. All proceeds will be used on bakery training for people with disabilities as well as to ensure safe and quality bakery products. Planning a trip before marriage, work or having children? Mark the calendar for Nagasaki following HK Express’ route debut this coming January. The historic Japanese city is an ideal winter or spring holiday. Come March, spring blossoms will blanket the city in soothing shades of pink. Travellers will also discover excellent street food, ancient temples, parks, and multiple WWII memorials to round out an enriching visit. We have been honoured to share the past five years with our loyal and adventurous HK Express guests,” says Mr Jonathan Hutt, Commercial Director of HK Express. “We hope our birthday sales and specials motivate travellers to get out and explore Asia before life gets in the way. HK Express will continue the celebration with a new “Travel Best Before” video series on social media, which promises even more special fares and travel perks. With these serious savings, guests can plan an unforgettable journey with friends, family - or take off on their own for some “me time”. Stay tuned for the series launch on HK Express social media channels from 26 October 2018 (www.facebook.com/HKExpress)! Enjoy more birthday celebration offers with HK Express! Visit the airline’s official website www.hkexpress.com for further details. https://www.hkexpress.com/en-hk/news/hk-express-turns-5-the-hong-kong-based-airline-celebrates-with-hkd55star-up-birthday-fares-and-hkd5-specials/ Source
  4. HK Express Turns 5!

    HK Express Turns 5 and the Hong Kong-based Airline Celebrates with HKD55* Up Birthday Fares and HKD5 Specials!! Time flies when the guests are having fun! It’s hard to believe it’s already been five years since HK Express converted to an LCC in October 2013. The Hong Kong-based airline is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a special promotion that will make its guests travel dreams come true before other commitments – like marriage, kids or work – get in the way! Over the past five years, the airline is proud to have flown more than 13 million people to various destinations across Asia, all while maintaining an incredible load factor of 87 per cent in average. Coming up in 2019, HK Express is excited to launch new inflight menu items on 1 November as well as a route to Nagasaki on 19 January. Nagasaki is the popular port city in Japan which is well known with its UNESCO listed heritage sites. The introduction of the new routes brings the airline’s route map to a total of 24 destinations. To ring in the big birthday this October, HK Express is offering an amazing “Travel Best Before” Birthday Sale to its intrepid guests with 70,000 seats at fares from HKD55* to 23 destinations, including the newly-announced route Nagasaki in Japan. The flash sale will launch in three separate phases, beginning on 27 October (09:00), followed by 30 October (09:00) and 2 November (09:00), running until 4 November (23:59). No matter when guests book, each wave shares the same eligible travel period from 9 November 2018 to 28 September 2019. Not only can guests snap up HKD55 fares, but they can also take advantage of special HKD5 birthday perks, such as upgraded checked baggage. From 27 October to 4 November 2018, guests can enjoy a special price of HKD5 for every additional 5kg starting from 20kg checked baggage allowance upon purchasing air tickets via HK Express website and mobile app. Better yet, the airline is serving up tasty inflight dishes, such as oriental barbecued pork puffs, pineapple Danishes, and Joe & Seph’s Classic Gourmet Popcorn – all for HKD5 from 27 to 31 October. HK Express is also partnering iBakery (a social enterprise under Tung Wah Group of Hospitals) to sell handcrafted cookies on board HK Express flights between 27 October to 4 November 2018. All proceeds will be used on bakery training for people with disabilities as well as to ensure safe and quality bakery products. Planning a trip before marriage, work or having children? Mark the calendar for Nagasaki following HK Express’ route debut this coming January. The historic Japanese city is an ideal winter or spring holiday. Come March, spring blossoms will blanket the city in soothing shades of pink. Travellers will also discover excellent street food, ancient temples, parks, and multiple WWII memorials to round out an enriching visit. We have been honoured to share the past five years with our loyal and adventurous HK Express guests,” says Mr Jonathan Hutt, Commercial Director of HK Express. “We hope our birthday sales and specials motivate travellers to get out and explore Asia before life gets in the way. HK Express will continue the celebration with a new “Travel Best Before” video series on social media, which promises even more special fares and travel perks. With these serious savings, guests can plan an unforgettable journey with friends, family - or take off on their own for some “me time”. Stay tuned for the series launch on HK Express social media channels from 26 October 2018 (www.facebook.com/HKExpress)! Enjoy more birthday celebration offers with HK Express! Visit the airline’s official website www.hkexpress.com for further details. https://www.hkexpress.com/en-hk/news/hk-express-turns-5-the-hong-kong-based-airline-celebrates-with-hkd55star-up-birthday-fares-and-hkd5-specials/ Source
  5. city’super is sharing the joy of Christmas launching over 20 Christmas hampers and a range of festive goodies for all budgets – including the ultimate mammoth trunk hamper for gourmet and wine connoisseurs. The ‘Christmas Extravaganza’ hamper is probably the most prestigious ever proposed – featuring some 50 of the world’s most well-known fine wines, spirits and delicacies, with a price tag to match at a breath-taking HK$238,800! Available for order from 22 October to 7 December 2018, the world-class hamper is headlined by a bottle of legendary Château Lafite-Rothschild 1982, alone valued at HK$49,800, from the most celebrated blue-chip vintage of the last 50 years. Amongst some 20 other festive hampers, available for order from 22 October to 21 December, city’super’s brand new ‘Surprise Box’ hamper (HK$998) is packaged in a crafted wooden box of quintessential treats, tonnes of fun with festive balloons, cuddly MANUAL FACTORY Bear and a multi-purpose board game set, especially designed for joyous celebration in style. I was impressed with the TOKU TOKU Hard Candy Cotton Candy Maker (HK$289) because it uses any hard boiled sweets to make candyfloss so the world is your oyster and you can make any flavour as long as you have the candy. On the English front, it was great to see so many treats like mug cakes, caramel puddings, Joe & Seph and peanut brittle. For more information, please visit http://www.citysuper.com.hk/ or email contact@citysuper.com or call at (852) 2736-3866. Like and connect with city’super on: facebook.com/citysuper instagram.com/citysuperhk Source
  6. city’super is sharing the joy of Christmas launching over 20 Christmas hampers and a range of festive goodies for all budgets – including the ultimate mammoth trunk hamper for gourmet and wine connoisseurs. The ‘Christmas Extravaganza’ hamper is probably the most prestigious ever proposed – featuring some 50 of the world’s most well-known fine wines, spirits and delicacies, with a price tag to match at a breath-taking HK$238,800! Available for order from 22 October to 7 December 2018, the world-class hamper is headlined by a bottle of legendary Château Lafite-Rothschild 1982, alone valued at HK$49,800, from the most celebrated blue-chip vintage of the last 50 years. Amongst some 20 other festive hampers, available for order from 22 October to 21 December, city’super’s brand new ‘Surprise Box’ hamper (HK$998) is packaged in a crafted wooden box of quintessential treats, tonnes of fun with festive balloons, cuddly MANUAL FACTORY Bear and a multi-purpose board game set, especially designed for joyous celebration in style. I was impressed with the TOKU TOKU Hard Candy Cotton Candy Maker (HK$289) because it uses any hard boiled sweets to make candyfloss so the world is your oyster and you can make any flavour as long as you have the candy. On the English front, it was great to see so many treats like mug cakes, caramel puddings, Joe & Seph and peanut brittle. For more information, please visit http://www.citysuper.com.hk/ or email contact@citysuper.com or call at (852) 2736-3866. Like and connect with city’super on: facebook.com/citysuper instagram.com/citysuperhk Source
  7. Since Tsuta opened, there are now two branches. At Causeway Bay, they have just launched the new Teriyaki Chicken Soba and Teriyaki Spicy Chicken Soba along with Deep fried chicken and some gyozas. Chicken is much nicer compared to pork so I had to try it and the soba they use is slightly different to ones they use in the Shio Soba as it is thinner. Same as the other sobas, you can choose how many pieces of chicken, egg etc in your soba. IT IS CONFUSING HERE BECAUSE THE CHINESE MENU SAYS RAMEN WHEREAS THE ENGLISH MENU SAYS SOBA. ANYWAY FOR THE CHICKEN THE ENGLISH MENU SAYS SOBA. [Teriyaki Chicken Soba] [Teriyaki Spicy Chicken Soba] [Deep fried chicken] To summarize, the Teriyaki Chicken is quite sweet and the non spicy one has a stronger chicken taste in the broth. For the spicy one, this one was interesting, if you eat it just as it is you get the spiciness but after you add the tomato paste in the broth it becomes more appetizing and brings out the chicken!!!!! The fried chicken was good for sharing if one ramen isn't too enough for you but then they also have large ramens. [蔦 Tsuta]Shop 2, G/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay Source
  8. It's Spanish month!!! Chef #giocondascott will be at Kitchen Savvy from Seville, Spain and joining the team to serve some irresistible Spanish fare! Went to the preview at Kitchen Savvy and tried Gioconda Scott's dishes which were authentic yet served with a modern twist. Here was what we had: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Gioconda Gazpacho Andaluz] This was a refreshing chilled soup great on a hot day. With the tones of appetizing tomato it definitely was a great start before dinner. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Bunuelo de Camarones] The golden little morsels were just like non spicy Indian Pakoras with crispy crushed shrimps in it that gives it a lovely flavour from the coast. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Tortilla Espanola] Looking like the usual Spanish Tortilla, it had a minty twist to it with mint leaves. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Chipirones a la Plancha] Fresh baby squids can never fail to impress and do not require much seasoning. The texture of these were beautiful with a crisp skin and a delicate texture that gives in. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Pan Con Tomate y Jamon] The pairing of ham and finely smashed tomatoes were flawless. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Empanada Chorizo y Cebolleta] I loved the way, Gioconda has given them a South American Empanada appearance. Inside they were filled with chorizo which gives it a wild smoky flavour. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Presa Iberica with Smoked Paprika, Crispy Broken Potatoes, spinach with Chilies, Raisins and Pine Nuts] The main dish was surprisingly comforting as it looked like roast dinner complete with roast potatoes and leafy glistening spinach. My favourites had to be the potato and spinach which had a fiery kick complimented by the sweet raisins. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Almond Cake] Finished with the almond cake which was loaded with finely grounded almond topped with cream fraiche. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Churros with Chocolate Sauce] There was churros as well which was a nice way to end the meal. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ At Kitchen Savvy, they will be serving the Spanish Tapas Semi-Buffet and Spanish Set Menu during October. Spanish Tapas Semi-Buffet Dinner every Fri & Sat this month from 6pm HKD538 + 10% Spanish Set Menu 1 - 31 October Lunch & Dinner (Sun - Thur) Lunch Only (Fri & Sat) HKD468 + 10% Reserve your table at Kitchen Savvy @ 3953 2213 View the menu @ www.hotelstage.com/kitchen-savvy/ Source
  9. After going to the Swedish National Day recently I just couldn't get enough of Swedish lifestyle and food in HK. Discovered that #tryswedish was at the Natural & organic products Asia (NOPA), it was the perfect opportunity to visit the booth. There were so many products from beer, tonic water, chicken, grain based products and cheese. As a cheese lover SweCheese was my top pick which is made with the best milk. Next was the organic chicken by Polar Wings where the chickens are fed organic food and water. Lantmannen has a good variety of breakfast products like muesli. Ekobryggeriet AB offers organic drinks under the brands The Dirt Water Fox Brewery and Ekobryggeriet where they do not use colorings or any our sodas unnecessary additives! After visiting the booth it was good to find out that there are more healthy and alternative options available. www.tryswedish.com Source
  10. At [Van Gogh Senses], they are now serving fine food and cold brew tea pairing. I found it a unique experience as the afternoon tea is paired with cold brew teas in wine glasses. So as a tea lover, you get to try all their signature teas with scrumptious treats that are paired with it. I love tea so it was a brilliant experience as it takes tea to the next level where you can smell and swish it in wine glasses in a stylish way. You won't find me gulping down wine but you will find me gulping down teas as I am thirsty for tea all the time!!! All of them were good especially the passionfruit oolong and chocolate mint tea. Dates: 5, 12, 19, 26 Oct (Fri) Dates: 5, 12, 19, 26 Oct (Fri) Time: Start from 3:00pm to 5:30pmFee: $698 for two, subject to 10% service charge. BOOK NOW! Call (852) 2622 2887 or email 1881@vangoghsenses.com for registration. Source
  11. This is the good thing about HK, you don't have to travel anywhere if the franchise maintains a good standard. With these overseas branches, it is best to try it during the first few weeks when the main chefs are there and before they try adapting or changing some ingredients. Anyway, tried the savoury first as I didn't have breakfast. It was nice and fluffy with wheat inside it and there was no overwhelming buttery taste and they do not use baking soda. For the savory choices, I felt that this one was a good choice as the others were mainly omelettes so that's quite a lot of egg in one ago along with the pancakes which are also made of egg. For the sweet, the signature and the Milk Tea were tempting but chose the milk tea because as it was Japanese, I was giving it the benefit of the doubt that it would not be Chinese style milk tea!!!!! It turned out to be delicious but it is quite sweet so don't dip too much sauce on the pancakes. The sauce tasted like a mix of earl grey and condensed milk but as I said it was sweet so I didn't use much of it. Also on top of the pancakes were granola and dried apples which I liked. Overall, I loved the souffle pancakes as it didn't have that annoying weird buttery smell and I hope they can maintain the standards. [A Happy Pancake 幸福班戟] Shop 203-205, 2/F, Lee Garden Three, 1 Sunning Road, Causeway Bay Source
  12. Discovered Sun's Bazaar as there was a long queue for tea. It turns out that drinks were half priced so I queued to get one. The fact that it was half priced meant that I could experiment with different things like adding the milk cap and two different pearls and it didn't cost a bomb. The total was only $22!!!! I am not a fan of pearls but the taro and Sichuan are unique. The Sichuan ones really do contain pieces of Sichuan pepper that give the pearls a slight crunch as well spiciness and the taro pearls taste like the dessert mochi balls. Returned a few days later to try the food as there were so many interesting dishes. I assumed this was a Taiwanese joint as there was quite an emphasis on the KIKI brand. However on the menu, you will find Hainan Chicken, Rice rolls and even congee. The decor was young and cute. Here was what we had: The ricerolls are different as they are served scrunched up because they are made by pushing the sheet to one side. I liked the one topped with oyster and there was one that came in beef soup that is interesting to try. On the Hong Kong dish side, they had the popular crispy chow mein topped with vegetables in gravy. I was surprised the congee was Cantonese style as I thought it was going to Taiwanese. But anyway, it was comforting with chunks of chicken in it. Next was the Sichuan Dan Dan noodles that star KIKI Noodles. [A pack of KiKi noodles] [Sichuan Dan Dan noodles] The meat sauce and broth had a good spicy kick to it. Moving on to a slight Modern Chinese claypot rice, it was Spanish Chorizo and spare ribs rice served kamameshi style. Chorizo and rice were delicious together. Last but not least was the Hainan Chicken, a secret recipe from Old Bazaar Kitchen which is why this restaurant is called Sun's Bazaar!! [Sun's Bazaar 茶米] Shop 112, 1/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty Tel: 21175903 Source
  13. Whenever you go to have Chinese roast, you will always hear chop chop [Chopping] in the background!! The chop chop noise is meat being chopped up on the chopping board so I guess this is why they called Chop Chop!! Chop chop also means hurry up or to be quick in English. The joint is located on the corner with two entrances and meats are displayed nicely at the counter. There is an English Menu which make it expat friendly. Chop Chop's signature dish is the Roast Pork Belly Rice where it first debuted in Stephen Chows God of cookery film aka Sorrowful Rice (#黯然銷魂飯). It comes with egg and soup as a set. The rice is a little different as they use premium rice which is harvested once a year at Wuchang city along with some wild rice. As for the eggs, these come from young hens which produce smaller but nutritious eggs. It was definitely a fulfilling meal as the meat was lightly charred on the edges but perfectly tender and moist. Also tried the Chop Chop Char Siew which was leaner compared to the belly. It really depends on which cut you like, for me I preferred the leaner cut as it was meatier and the charred edges were crispy with a slight stickiness. To go with drinks, the the Crispy pork belly was just the treat. The chef definitely had perfect chopping skills as you can see the pork is uniformly square with clean cuts and sharp 90 degree edges !!!!! The meat and fat was evenly defined so each piece was moreish with a nice crispy texture. The roast was so good that I got some takeaway. I like the way they use paper boxes like GoodBBQ as you won't get any CFC odour in the food. It is always good to see Chinese roast going to the next level by becoming modern and presentable. [Chop Chop 食神叉燒] Shop 3, G/F, 18 Wang On Road, North Point Near the Petrol Station Source
  14. I was attracted by the restaurant decor because it gave me the impression they were serving healthy dinners. The decor was relaxing and made you feel at home. There was a lot to offer on the menu and the prices were very friendly. What I appreciate is that they use locally farmed poultry, Black Iberian pigs to local organic vegetables. Each dish on the menu is inspired by Chinese phrases which portrays the way people communicate and behave in Hong Kong. Started with fresh juices that cost $18 per glass where no sweeteners are added. There was papaya pumpkin, Jackfruit, red dragon fruit and pumpkin, lemongrass and lime barley water and longan water. The combinations were good and healthy. For mains, the star of the show are the noodles which come in a rich chicken broth infused with Chinese ham or Miso broth made with Iberican Pig Bones. Both broths were strong and MSG free. The set which a drink and dish only costs $68. As well as noodles, there is healthy mixed grain rice to choose and here is the meat free option with mushrooms as a main dish. The pork and ginger was cooked in ginger juice so it had that appetizing ginger fieriness. Last but not least was the spare ribs which are set alight in front of you. It was sweet and sticky like perfectly roast charsiu. Definitely coming back for more noodles because I like broths. Next time I will try the mushroom noodles. [Little Farmer 小農夫拉麵食屋] G/F, Moon Lok Dai Ha, 169 Sha Tsui Road, Tsuen Wan Source
  15. Kee Wah Bakery is a chain of bakery stores in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the United States, founded in Hong Kong in 1938 by Wong Yip Wing (1911–1999), they are well known in Hong Kong and overseas Chinese communities for their traditional Chinese pastries and delicacies. It is also famous in the UK because stores in Chinatown would import some and people from HK would send them over. However, in the recent years people have been getting fed up with traditional mooncakes due to health reasons and family sizes are as not big as before. The traditional sized mooncakes would last you for days because they are quite sickly and during the mooncake season, there are so much mooncakes about that when you share it with people, the chances are that they have already had some. Before the festival, many bakeries are already selling mooncakes which attracts people to buy new and specials flavours for themselves, then nearer the festival, people will start buying mooncakes for others. Anyway, there are so many varieties at Kee Wah, ranging from traditional to modern ones that there is a mooncake for everyone. Thank you Kee Wah Bakery for all these mooncakes. This year was sweet and refreshing with the new Lemon and Honey with Pine Nuts Egg Custard Mooncake. Lemon Custard is now my favourite!! Personally the Lemon was addictive because it was moreish and there was a Western element to it. [Only available at the Wanchai flagship store]. The 80th Anniversary gift box had my favourite Red Bean paste pastry with 15-year old Mandarin peel, Chinese Ham mooncakes with assorted nuts and the traditional White lotus seed paste mooncake with yolk. Chinese Ham mooncakes with assorted nuts: In collaboration with Eu Yan Sang, there is Red Bean paste pastry with Mandarin peel from Eu Yan Sang!! Red Bean paste pastry with Mandarin peel from Eu Yan Sang: The Assorted custard mooncakes includes the delicious new Honey with Pine Nuts Egg Custard Mooncake. In the Assorted Mini Panda Mooncake Gift Box you get mini white lotus with yolk, mini egg custard and mini red bean paste with yolk. Source
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