Monday, September 26, 2011
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Monday, September 12, 2011
[a] Selfless Mother and Son
[b] Care from the Father
[i] Her time when she did the clothes for her son and her son being not able to be with her
[ii] Not being able to be with his mother
[i] Money to raise his son [and the total being 'for no charge' because he love his son]
For video 1,
The sacrifices made by the mother:
1. She allowed her son to leave the house for a night.
2. She let her son to sleep in her master bed room while she sleeps in the back room.
3. She helped her son to clean his soiled clothes.
The sacrifices made by the son:
1. He needed internet and decided to go to a hotel to get a line.
2. He wanted to reject his mother's offer of sleeping on her bed.
3. He understood her mother and went back home from the hotel without internet.
For video 2,
The sacrifices made by the father:
1. He did not scold his son for being rebellious.
2. He cared for his son in a different way.
3. He asked his wife to stop scolding him and calm down.
The video teaches us that filial piety is important and reminds us that we should be filial to our parents.
From the video 1. discuss about the sacrifices shown by (i) mother and (ii) son.
The mother sacrificed spending time with her son. The son sacrificed going back home despite the lack of Internet so he could not do this work.
From the video 2. discuss about the sacrifices shown by (i) father and (i) son.
The father sacrificed time and money to take care of the son. The son sacrificed time to walk and buy things for the father, and time to prayer for the father.
What do you think is the most apt title for this video?
For video 1: No Anger, just mother's love
(i) She gave up her own room and slept at the back room
(ii) The son had to go out to do his work and use the internet
Video 2: I will spend anything for you, no charge!
(i) The father had to spend a lot of money to raise his son
(ii) The son had to do the shopping and get humiliated.
B) it shows the relationship diverging and coming back together, as a family, and a house is not a home, but it's the people inside that are the home.
C) they both have sacrificed a lot. The son had to sacrifice working time because he wants to be with his mother, where the mother had cooked and sewed many things for the son, but was okay when he had to work.
D) the father had to sacrifice his love shown to train his son, and his son had to run the trip to the store
Zheng Jie Teng
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The 2 videos show Malay ethnics, as it shows how the family members made sacrifices for each other.
In video 1, the mother allowed her son to go to the city to do work, despite it being Hari Raya and her making food and buying clothing for her son already. The son went back home after realizing the mistake of him leaving.
In video 2, the father made a lot of sacrifices for his son, like changing the son's diaper, and did not charge a single cent for it. The son helped his father by buying the things that they want, and constantly prayed for his dad.
(i) give up her room
(ii) give up his internet access to spend time with mother
(i) willing to give unlimited amount of finances to his son because of his infinite amount of love for his son
(ii) humiliated by friends
Monday, April 25, 2011
There are no such thing as an ethical compromise. If it is not ethical, we should not do it. An ethical compromise, if there is such a thing, is the bending of rules of ethical values for that moment to enable the person to do something against his/her ethical values.
What do you think about Georgia's point about how it is unfair that she works so hard but isn't rewarded for her work? Do you feel she should be given more leeway for making the choice she did?
Instead of concentrating so much of her effort on understanding, she should learn how to divide her efforts to learn to both understand and learn how to answer questions.
Have you ever had someone cheat off of you? What did it feel like? How did you handle it? Would you handle it the same way if you could re-live the same situation?
No one have ever cheated off me, if they did, they must have did it so sneakily that I did not realize it. Naturally, I would immediately report it to a person with a higher position, for most cases in schools, that would be a teacher. Yes, I would handle it the same way.
Given the list of five reasons (above) that U.S. students say they cheat, which make more sense to you than others? Can you relate to any of them personally?
It benefits my family and it's for a good cause make more sense, because a person would want to benefit his or her own family. Also, if it's for a good cause, the person might have meant well but did the wrong thing (cheat).
What should Georgia do? Should she tell her teacher what she did?
Yes she should tell her teacher about it, because if not she will have a guilty conscience and she will feel guilty for a long period of time. If she tells the teacher, she will not feel so guilty because she has admitted that she cheated.
What would you do in this situation? Would you cheat? If so, could you do it and feel okay given the situation?
I would try my best to answer to the questions in the test even if I am not a strong test-taker. I would not cheat because it is unethical and I would have to learn how to be a strong test-taker and not cheat every time I needed answers.
Lionel, Yu Zhe, Carisa and Abilash
He should talk to the teacher he really respected. Another idea is to just talk to the boy who got insulted.
2. What would you do in this situation? If you think it depends what the photo consists of, where would you draw the line? Why? Can you explain?
I would draw the line when they edited his photo and write hurtful comments on it. As long as they had photoshopped his picture, it is destroying his self-esteem.
3. Do you think people should be able to say anything they want if they feel they are on a list that holds their confidentiality? Why? Why not?
I think people should not be able to say anything they want if they feel they are on a list that holds their confidentiality. The words may hurt the person who got bulled if they found out about it and may report to an adult. They will be enemies and people will not want to get influenced or involved in situations.
4. Have you or someone you know ever been in a similar situation? What happened? How do you feel about how the situation was handled?
No, I have not seen a similar situation but I know there is in our class where their relationships. I think the situation was handled by just forgetting what happen and become friends again. There is always conflict between friendship or there is a misunderstanding which prevents them to be together again.
5. Have you ever felt uncomfortable about something but couldn't exactly explain why? How did you react to your discomfort? Ignore it? Act on it? How?
Yes, I felt uncomfortable because somewhat I felt guilty because I was the one who introduced something to that person and she was negatively influenced. I acted on it by telling her to stop.
6. If any of the rest of the class or school community gains access to the page with the boy's photo, do you think the school should discipline the boys? Is this a school issue? Why/why not?
Yes. It is a school issue because if it is leaked and lead to public, it will affect the school's identity, nation's identity and affect family and friends which will cause huge loss to the school and if they ever repeat the same mistake again they will eventually lead to expulsion.
7. Is this a community issue if no one but the boys ever see it?
Yes, because the boys will think that this behavior is correct and continue with it even after they grow up. This will concern other people if they continue doing the same thing.
Group Members: Darryl Lam Wei Cheng, Teo Yi Lin, Benz Kew
Scenario Five -
Question One: He could make sense by weighing the pros and cons. He did not think about the teachers and students who were affected and only thought that if he told who the real person was, the relationship between he and his friends would be even worse.
Question Two: Derrick's responsibility is to do the correct thing.
Question Three: By telling the principal, it is doing the right thing for their future, but yet not telling the principal is honoring the promise he made to them about not telling it to anyone.
Question Four: I would tell the principal. The choice would affect the 3 students and all the other people who were brought down by them.
Question Five: If I didn't report them three and in the end the principal asks me and discovered that I knew the identities before hand, it will leave a bad impression.
Question Six: I won't feel much as they are doing the wrong thing, By reporting them is also doing them good.
Question Seven: No I have never.
Question Eight: Yes there is as the community would come first. If the friend is doing something bad, we must try to change and help that friend. But yet if the friend turns on you, you don't need such a friend.
an ethical compromise?
She should tell the teacher about it and face the consequences
instead. Even if she can get away scot-free, it would affect her
conscience. There IS such a thing as an ethical compromise, which
means that when you do something wrong, you would compromise on the
account of what is ethically right to you and make things right.
What do you think about Georgia's point about how it is unfair that
she works so hard but isn't rewarded for her work? Do you feel she
should be given more leeway for making the choice she did?
I'd say that it is not her fault that she is not a strong-taker, and
it is rather unfair that she tries her best and she CAN do it without
the stress, but she can't do it during her test. However, a mistake is
still a mistake and she should face the consequences respectively for
what she did.
Did someone cheat off of you? What did it feel like? How did you
handle the situation? Would you handle it the same way if you could
re-live the situation?
No, but i think i will be vry disappointed in that person. I would
leave it to the teacher to handle the situation because I cannot do
much to him.
Given the 5 reasons above from the U.S students say they cheat, which
makes more sense to you than others? Can you relate to any of them?
I think that we should not even be cheating even if there is the
temptation because it is Wrong.
What should Georgia do? Should she tell her teacher what she did?
Georgia should confess and tell the teacher what her situation is and
what she is going through, she should seek help and not keep it to
herself, so she can improve on her condition.
What would you do in this situation? Would you cheat? If so, could you
do it and feel okay given the situation?
I would cheat if I put myself in her shoes. But if I really did I, I
will keep it to myself, reflect and don't do the same in the future.
She got confused as her dad told her that sometimes its okay to lie as long as nobody gets hurt. Cheating on her test hurt nobody and she didn't steal the answers from any of the other students. If she hadn't gotten caught, she would have been praised. How was what she did different from what her dad did over and over again? And should she continue to stay silent the next time her dad lied?
Have you ever seen an adult or friend do something you felt wasn't right? What did you do?
No,but if I did,I would have told them to do the right thing.
How did it make you feel?
It made me feel uncomfortable and confused.
Do you think Bernadette should try to talk to her Dad again about her lying at the movies?
If the father is unreasonable,she should not approach him.
But if the father is reasonable,she should approach him and discuss with him.
Who might Bernadette have hurt by cheating on her quiz?
She might have hurt the feelings and hopes of her teachers and family.
Bernadette's Dad said it was okay to be dishonest if no one was hurt. Who do you think might have been hurt by his lying at the movie ticket office?
The movie company and his children might have been hurt by him lying at the movie ticket office.
Have you ever felt like doing (or have you actually done) the "wrong thing" because you felt like it was worth it? Do you still feel that it was worth it?
Friday, March 25, 2011
Information of Kobe Bryant taken from : 1. http://www.nba.com/playerfile/kobe_bryant/
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Under stressful conditions a good leader will obviously not blame anyone in anyway. A leader will criticize his teammate accordingly with a feasible solution. Criticism is a good thing, it's a some level where someone criticizes you then you really learn, and when no one criticizes you, it only shows they do not care about what you do/say. A life without critcism should be one you're really gonna be worrying about. Leaders, again, do not give up so they will just bounce back from these stressful conditions with clear optimism.
Steven George Gerrard is an English footballer who currently plays for Liverpool Football Club and the England National Team. He is the captain of Liverpool and the vice-captain for England. I think the traits of a good leader is that one must be inspirational. He must spur his players to do better, to aim higher. The leader, is a representation of any group, organisation or club. He is the face of the team. When people think about the team, he will be the first person that comes to mind for most people. So thus I think a leader should have discipline too. Setting a good example for other people to follow is an important thing, especially when you have a younger generation to look up to you and learn. The same thing can be applied to our school, with our juniors.
To handle things in a stressful situation is not easy. To be composed, to be relaxed. Back in 2005, in the UEFA Champions League final against AC Milan in Istanbul, Liverpool were 3-0 down at half time. Being the captain, Steven Gerrard had to do something. Even as a leader, there is no one man show, where everything can be handled by yourself. I think a leader has to inspire the people around him to do better, to fight till the very end. He scored the first goal for Liverpool to make it 3-1. Subsequently, it inspired his teammates, and they fought back to level the score 3-3, and went on to win the final in the following penalty shootout. They became the champions of Europe, for the fifth time in their history.
What I really think is that, at the end of the day, even if you are inspirational, you still must be able to show it to others how it's done. Being a leader, you must have the capabilities, the skills to do things. Being intelligent, humble, and willing to learn from other people who are better than you. If you cannot handle things, why should people follow you?
Balanced Persona, Team Oriented, Just and Impartial, Good Listener, Be a Role Model and Not the Boss, Confidence in Yourself and the Ones Whom You Work With, Communication Skills, Focus (Do not get distracted), Taking Responsibility and Ownership, Approachable, Believes in Follow Up.
For me, a good leader is able to take action and having the initiative than just plain talking. The leader must consider others to him as his/her plan may not be fair against other people and this may cause a quarrel. Every single person in the team will have a chance to give their responses on how they feel. A good leader must also accept that if a person scolds you from the team for not doing the job well, so the leader will improve on his pros and try to reduce his cons. He or she must have the thinking of "Volunteering instead of people forcing you to be the leader", or no one will be able to do a job well. A good leader must not be bossy, as this may cause an unfairness in the team (e.g. The leader commands people to do things but he/she does not do anything). He/she is also able to understand one another and change their bad points.
I think a good leader manages crisis under stressful situations by analyzing the situation before they act and stay calm. Crying, Throwing tantrums at people, Complaining, Showing fury at other people will not solve the problem, instead making matters worse. A good leader must always find a way to solve it instead of escaping it, so the situation cannot ever be solved. There are always problems faced by a leader, it depends how they handle them and a good leader must always have a good foresight of what will be going on before acting. (e.g Watching a movie, book the place online before it gets full rather than getting to the cinema and book on that day).
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
What traits do they possess?
Leaders must have good vision.
This is like creating a goal for your company if you are the boss of the company. For a company you must ask the workers for their own vision of the company, then the leader would b able to come out with a vision that all of them would agree.
Leaders must have passion
You must have passion to do something. If you do not have passion then you would not be motivated to do what you want
Leaders must make good decisions
Leaders must always make major decisions that will either affect the company or the country. Leaders must create a list of pros and cons for the decisions.
To be a leader to make good decisions you can use this:
• Q = Quick. Be quick but not hasty.
• C = Committed. Be committed to your decision but not rigid.
• A = Analytical. Be analytical, but don't over-analyze (Too much analysis can cause paralysis.)
• T = Thoughtful. Be thoughtful about all concerned, but don't be obsessive.
Leader must be a good team leader
The leader must be able to motivate the team when the team or the people under you is facing a crisis.
Not Bias - A leader will only gain the trust of his or her followers if he or she is not bias because only then will the followers believe that the leader they chose is a good leader.
Have Responsibility - A good leader must have responsibility, nobody wants a leader who doesn't take responsibility of his or her work.
I think that a good leader would share the problem with the group members and analyze the problem with them since different people have different views and the leader's view is not always the best. He or she will also listen to their suggestions to solve the crisis attentively then he or she will "consolidate" all their suggestions and create an accurate solution for the crisis that is occurring.
The leader I choose to share about is Mother Teresa. A brief introduction would be she was a great leader that was internationally famed as a humanitarian and advocate for the poor and helpless. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 and India's highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna (Awarded for the highest degrees of national service), in 1980 for her humanitarian work. For over 45 years she ministered to the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying, while guiding the Missionaries of Charity's expansion, first throughout India and then in other countries.
The traits that I think "good" leaders possess are focus, responsible and caring.
For being a focused leader, it is very important when a leader wants to achieve his or her goals, as an unfocused leader would never be able to lead the team towards their goals, be it the goal of the organization or the goals of the individual team members. Being focus would ensure the team can avoid crisis and stressful situations especially heavy workload. A focused leader would also help the team to manage efficiently in times of crisis. A leader is like the captain of the ship, if the captain is not focused and clear in where he needs to go, the whole ship will end up being lost!
For being responsible, I think it is a crucial and essential trait for a good leader to possess. A person who is scared to take responsibility and ownership for not only his work but also for his or her team members can never prove to be a successful leader. So one of the most important traits of a good leader is the ability to take responsibility for himself and those who work with him. At times of crisis or under stressful situations, he would need to make responsible decisions and continue to guide the team efficiently.
For being caring, it is personal but I think for a leader to be "good" he needs to be caring, for himself and also for his team, to ensure the mental and physical wellbeing of every individual of the team and that the team is always together as one and not split individuals. This would also ensure the team remain solid and stable at times of crisis or under stressful situations or workload. Being caring would also mean he would need to influence the team in such a way that is effective, but also morally upright and ethical at the same time. (From my definition, this means a good-at-heart leader, greatly differentiated from successful leader.)
Honest — Display sincerity, integrity, and candor in all your actions.
Deceptive behavior will not inspire trust.
Competent — Base your actions on reason and moral principles. Do not
make decisions based on childlike emotional desires or feelings.
Forward-looking — Set goals and have a vision of the future. The
vision must be owned throughout the organization. Effective leaders
envision what they want and how to get it. They habitually pick
priorities stemming from their basic values.
Inspiring — Display confidence in all that you do. By showing
endurance in mental, physical, and spiritual stamina, you will inspire
others to reach for new heights. Take charge when necessary.
Intelligent — Read, study, and seek challenging assignments.
Fair-minded — Show fair treatment to all people. Prejudice is the
enemy of justice. Display empathy by being sensitive to the feelings,
values, interests, and well-being of others.
Broad-minded — Seek out diversity.
Courageous — Have the perseverance to accomplish a goal, regardless of
the seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Display a confident calmness
when under stress.
Courageous — Have the perseverance to accomplish a goal, regardless
of the seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Display a confident
calmness when under stress.
Straightforward — Use sound judgment to make a good decisions at the right time.
Imaginative — Make timely and appropriate changes in your thinking,
plans, and methods. Show creativity by thinking of new and better
goals, ideas, and solutions to problems. Be innovative!
Example of Leader:
Mohandas K. Gandhi, known to most of the world as Mahatma Gandhi,
changed the world with his fight for peace, fairness, and equality. He
taught the world that violence is not the only way to create change.
Through his own example he showed the world that non-violence is the
best way to create change and that anyone, no matter who they are, can
create change through strength of character and perseverance.
How do you think a good leader manages crisis under stressful situations?
I think that the leader must not focus on how stressed up he or she
is. But to use that time, not to complain about how stressed he is,
but to think of a way to motivate the team so that they can get the
work done. This is an example of what a good leader would do.
Source: NIL (self-written)
During stressful situations,I feel that a good leader will be able to arrange the roles for their members and collaborate all the work.He should be one that is able to persevere instead of one that will give up and leave his team on their own.
Gandhi practised and advocated non-violence and truth, even in the most extreme situations.
He set the precedent for civil disobedience, passive resistance, or non-violent struggle to attain a goal.
Ambitious- Gandhi always had something planned, no matter what event or activity was planned. For example, he decided to lead the salt march within about four seconds. He wanted to show the British that Indians were capable of providing for themselves without their aid.\
Thoughtful- He was almost always thinking about something. Sometimes it was about other people, and sometimes it was about a plan. Each time he made a preparation, he thought quickly, but hard.
How do you think a good leader manages crisis under stressful situations?
He used this philosophy throughout his life to protest against the abuse of the Indian people in South Africa and later the injustices committed by the British against his fellow countrymen in his native India.
What traits do they possess?
They make themselves visible by walking around and striking up conversations so that it'll make them approachable and amiable. By doing so people would be on good terms with them and would listen to them.
People want to know what to expect from you and if you are inconsistent, you wouldn't be reliable, then people would lose their trust in you.
Leaders initiate conversations to help find better solutions. Asking questions is a great way to initiate conversations. They accept suggestions from everyone.
Leaders influence other people with the tone they set and confidence. Confidence is contagious; so is the lack of it. People would mirror the tone they set and they encourage people.
Leaders accept challenges as well as successes. If an group member makes a mistake, it is their responsibility to help him or her improve. People will never respect a leader who deflects criticism toward the team. Leaders think of themselves as "we," not "I." It is a their responsibility to ensure that everyone shares in the team's success.
The most important characteristic of a leader is being a good listener. Leaders focus on the needs of their people. Often people feel afraid of, or intimidated by, management. Leaders make sure they show people you are willing to listen to what they have to say, that they are important and worthy of your time.
Most people care more about recognition from peers than about money. When somebody performs well, they let him or her know.
Leaders clearly convey their message in a way that connects with the listener. They understand that you tailor your message to the needs of each worker.
Leaders have fun in the process. There is no need to get very serious to do something well. Lightness can complement the seriousness of the job.
Example of a good leader:
Martin Luther King wanted equal rights for everyone as at that point of time, "black" people were discriminated by the "white" people. He wanted them to have freedom. He also made a speech "I had a dream" which was very inspirational.
[From general knowledge]
Source : http://www.asashop.org/autoinc/jan2005/manage.htm [I edited mine]
How do you think a good leader manages crisis under stressful situations?
A good leader would calmly handle the situation. He/she would analyse the situation and see what needs to be done, then he/she would finish whatever that has to be done. While doing so, He/she would help encourage those that are on the verge of giving up and he/she would say good things to help motivate the people so that they can handle the stress and continue doing their job, as moral support to his/her peers. By doing so, his/her peers would not feel as disheartened by all the stress and submit a lousy piece of work.
[My own answer]
Improving leadership skills allows for advancement within a company and increases the performance of those with whom you work. As a leadership communications coach, I have created a new program, "Grade Yourself as a Leader," in which I have identified 22 traits that successful leaders possess. Following is an overview of those traits. Which ones do you need to work on to reach your next level of leadership?
Visible - By circulating around the workplace, you will appear more approachable and available. Take advantage of every opportunity to interact with co-workers. Be supportive of others and try to help out with the little things. Walk into the bay area and have a brief conversation as you help a co-worker with a customer's car. Management By Wandering Around (MBWA) works! Make sure to practice visibility upward as well as downward.
Consistent - Don't be a tyrant one day and a pussycat the next. Flip-flopping between styles confuses employees. Stick with one style of leadership. Those who look to you for leadership must know what to expect on a daily basis. Also, make decisions consistently. It is important not to bring personal feelings to the workplace. When dealing with employees, stay focused on the situation or issue, not on the person. We connect with some workers better than others. Try not to let the relationship taint your response. Treat all employees equally. Enforce company policies fairly. It is more difficult with the co-workers who are different from you.
Initiate - Try initiating conversations to help find better solutions. Asking questions is a great way to initiate conversations. Try asking open-ended questions. For example: "What can we do better as a company?" Don't always dictate change. Initiate change by creating an atmosphere where creative juices can flow freely. Encourage suggestions for improvement. Set out a suggestion box and reward good suggestions. Continually strive to get better.
Positive - You set the tone for your environment. An optimistic attitude from a leader can carry over to others. What type of tone are you setting at the shop? Is it one of optimism or one of pessimism? Confidence is contagious; so is the lack of it. Employees mirror the tone that leaders set. Be an encourager.
Responsible - Leaders accept challenges as well as successes. If an employee makes a mistake, it is your responsibility to help him or her improve. Employees will never respect a leader who deflects criticism toward the team. Successful leaders think of themselves as "we," not "I." It is a leader's responsibility to ensure that everyone shares in the team's success.
Listen - The most important characteristic of a leader is being a good listener. Focus on the needs of your employees. Often people feel afraid of, or intimidated by, management. Make sure you show people you are willing to listen to what they have to say, that they are important and worthy of your time.
Open the doors of two-way communication. Don't fall into the trap of telling others what to do without considering their opinions. No person - at any age - enjoys being told what to do. Even if you know the answer, listen respectfully and hear out a question. This will help you open up communication between you and the workers.
Recognize - Most people care more about recognition from peers than about money. When an employee performs well, let him or her know. Each day, give five sincere compliments to various workers in your section. Be on the lookout for something they did well and give them a bit of praise. Happy people give better customer service. Create awards and rewards of good customer service.
Communicate - Good leaders are good communicators. They clearly convey their message in a way that connects with the listener. Good leaders understand that you tailor your message to the needs of each worker. If someone is analytical, construct your message focusing on facts and data. If someone is more relational, construct your message in a way that conveys emotion and focuses on how the change impacts people.
Fun - A successful leader has fun in the process. Lightness can complement the seriousness of the job. A fun environment doesn't indicate a lack of professionalism. In fact, a fun environment contributes to the team's results and retention. Are you a fun leader?
A leader can work under stressful situation that causes them to be composed, to react fast in the best, most suitable and substantial way.
Barack Obama is one who delivers what he promises. He is a man of his word and shows resilience, from being an average boy, to the 44th President of the United States of America. He is the man who is responsible for America, and has done a fine job managing the country so far. He is the first African-American president of America, which shows that he influences the whole of the country of the equality between white and black men. He is a man of passion who truly cares for the well being of his nation, and does not work just for the sake of getting paid.
-No citations ( everything based on general knowledge )-
Lee Kuan Yew is Singapore's first Prime Minister which governed for three decades. He is currently a Senior Minister and is highly respected. Lee Kuan Yew traits are that he is a good leader that guides the people to the correct direction, and that he is thoughtful and thinks about the country all the while. He has the never-say-die attitude and his faith in himself and the people is what brought us here today. A good leader, to me, manages crisis under stressful situations by doing the things that they like, to chill themselves down first before sitting down and calmly go through the situation again. Then after analysing the situation, the leader shall make his/her stand and support/lead/convince others to follow. Just like how he gave moral support in our deepest times and help to build up the Singapore that we know today.
Reference to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Kuan_Yew
Sunday, March 20, 2011
- What traits do they possess?
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