The COVID-19 Pandemic intensifies the Philippine’s battle against Double Burden of Malnutrition. Double Burden of Malnutrition is defined by World Health Organization (WHO) as “the coexistence of undernutrition along with overweight and obesity, or diet-related noncommunicable diseases, within individuals, households and populations, and across the life course.”


The limited distribution and access to food supplies aggravate the plight of poor and low-income Filipino households to sustain each person’s required nutrients through healthy meals. On the other hand, home confinement due to the mandated community quarantine may cause more people to not only restrict their physical activities but also to overeat and/or consume more food with empty calories as part of coping with stress and/or boredom.

Given the importance of maintaining healthy diets to sustain our health and immunity against viruses and bacteria, we should turn to the practice of Pinggang Pinoy® as a viable safeguard to protect our family from diseases.

Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation (APC) introduced “Mag-Pinggang Pinoy® Tayo 7-day Menu Challenge” as a way to encourage homemakers to serve variety of balanced meals to their families. Homemakers could access the Mag-Pinggang Pinoy® Tayo 7-day menu plan at www.ajinomoto.com.ph and facebook.com/CookmunitybyAjinomotoPH. This is part of the company’s “Eat Well, Live Well. Stay Well.” campaign to provide Filipino families with practical tips on proper nutrition, recipe, menu, and fitness activities to cope, stay well, and enjoy life despite the current COVID-19 situation.

Ajinomoto’s 7-day menu plan is composed of complete meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Each meal provides recipe suggestions for Healthy & Delicious Pinggang Pinoy® Recipes that are easy-to-do and affordable. These recipes are simple, solutions to serve enjoyable Pinggang Pinoy® meals.  Homemakers could make use of their extra time to purchase widely available and inexpensive vegetables and fruits to complement the rice beyond the usual supply of canned goods. Ajinomoto’s recipes make common ingredients more palatable like tofu sisig, meaty pechay picadillo, pork tapa and tomatoes, ensaladang talbos ng kamote, sweet and sour galunggong and many more. Here are three (3) recipe samplers done in three (3) easy steps:

Meaty Pechay Picadillo: 

1) SAUTÉ onion, garlic and ground pork and mix in carrots, green peas and pechay. 
2) SEASON with pepper, soy sauce and AJI-GINISA® Flavor Seasoning Mix. 3) COOK for 1 minute more.

Tofu Sisig: 

1) FRY tofu until golden brown and set aside. 
2) SAUTÉ ginger, onion, and garlic, add the fried tofu and liver spread and mix well. 
3) SEASON with sugar and PORKSAVOR® All-in-One Seasoning mix and add chilli peppers.

Pork tapa with tomatoes: 

1) MARINATE pork in water, sugar, soy sauce, pepper, and SARSAYA® Oyster Sauce for an hour or overnight. 
2) SAUTÉ onion, garlic, and pork. 
3) BOIL. Pour the marinade mixture and boil until the mixture is thick.               

For full recipes and for more information about Ajinomoto and its products, visit www.ajinomoto.com.ph and facebook.com/CookmunitybyAjinomotoPH.

Every day for the past eighty-eight days, I have been cooking nonstop in the kitchen for the family. Their coping mechanism for being locked at home is composed of three major activities: eat, play, sleep, and repeat. We no longer have the liberty to enjoy dine outs, take out food and food delivery at home in a single snap. So I am left with the redundancy of everyday life in the kitchen, dining table, and/or buying food at the grocery or wet market. Doing the three can be pretty exhausting most especially if your kids are quite demanding with food and are always hungry. 



I was more excited than scared when I learned that Metro Manila will be under General Community Quarantine already. It means some of the business operations will already resume. My body is already craving for extra help, especially with cooked food! During the Enhanced Community Quarantine, a lot of businesses were affected most especially the restaurants. They, however, shifted into something more convenient for the consumers which is food delivery and it has already sprouted in the entire metro as the means of people to survive.  


Erin’s restaurant started as a small restaurant in Taguig that serves Filipino food whose recipes are passed down from generation to generation. Today, it serves more than 5,000 patrons monthly. It also expanded its operations to a Bed and Breakfast in Tagaytay (Currently under renovation due to the Taal explosion) and a 10 Hectare Mountain Resort in Baras, Rizal. From humble beginnings, our core business of serving freshly cooked, high quality, Filipino food has given us more opportunities to serve more customers. We hope to continue the traditional recipes of our great grandmothers for the gastronomical enjoyment of this present and future generations.


Last weekend, we were privileged enough to be able to try their food delivered to our home and let me share with you our thoughts about it. 


Pork Liempo Kare Kare



The sauce is so rich with and the taste is so perfect, not too sweet nor salty. The pork liempo meat and vegetables have a very generous amount of servings and tender soft. Vegetables are perfectly cooked and not too soggy.


Pork Liempo Adobo


The meat is very soft and just the taste we like. The meat was a combination of equal parts of fat and meat that melts in your mouth.


Fried Bangus


The kids loved fried Bangus so much, so when they knew that they had fried Bangus, they were so happy! The bangus was very tasty and I am glad that they are offering deboned milkfish! Yay!


Sinigang Pork Liempo


If there is one dish that we never skip in restaurants is the Sinigang. Anything soup based is always a hit to the kids. So they are so happy that they have Sinigang too. The best thing? The generous amount of leaves and meat! The soup is made with real ingredients and the sourness is just the right taste. 


Buttered Shrimp


The kids are so excited to eat shrimps because it has been months since we skipped shrimps. They loved the shrimps and of course the generous amount of soup and garlic. 


The menu from Erin’s Restaurant is the perfect get together or once in a while take out meal you can enjoy at home. It has a generous amount and is available at an affordable price. The best thing about it? It is cooked by none other than their Chef Nanay that is why you know very well that it is prepared with so much care and love. Sulit Ulam is Chef Nanay’s answer to the “New Normal”. Instead of Moms going out to buy food or food ingredients, Chef Nanay will just cook the food and deliver it to them delicious and fresh. Chef Nanay knows that not all Moms have cars or can easily commute outside to buy food.


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How are you all in this pandemic? With everything that has been happening worldwide, we are not the only ones that are affected by this crisis. Almost all the countries are affected that is why there is a fear of a global economic crisis. If the first world countries are affected, it will be most likely a domino process. This is honestly my fear for the past few months. 

THE CURRENT SITUATION:



The offices have been closed and most of the operations are shut down temporarily making thousands of people without income for quite some time. Many are left jobless, and more businesses are already shutting down. For most stock market investors like me, I fear, from the more economic downward slope because of what is currently happening globally.


THE GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE:


If there is one consolation to this crisis is that the Bayanihan Act, last March 23, 2020, which was enacted which allowed the President of the Philippines to exercise his powers and carry out national policy and other purposes. It somehow controlled the chaos by not allowing people to hoard basic goods and necessities, allowing a grace period for our utility bills, and not withholding interest on our loans. It has put an order to the already paranoid Filipinos. 

PROJECTED RECOVERY:


This is what I am really concerned about. As someone who invested in stocks and mutual funds and planning to add more, I am quite iffy of my decisions. I do not want to come to a point where I have to regret my decisions on investing money in stocks and mutual funds. But with the most recent webinar that was held by Sun Life, it was explained that the recovery curve for the Philippines is projected to be at 1-2 years at the bottom peak. However, it will really depend on behavioral changes. 




SHOULD WE INVEST MORE?



This is a question that someone may ask just like me. But given with the Sunlife's dedication to being transparent with all its customers, we can definitely invest more. Given the current situation, they are offering online transactions that you can find on their website. As we are all adjusting to the new normal, they are also adjusting to their way of doing their business to reach more customers to become better at financial literacy. 



The past few months have been very difficult for all of us. It all started with several calamities that greeted the year 2020. It was really pretty devastating for most of us who are coping, thriving, and trying to survive of what was happening.

When I became a mom, I lost my carefree self. My younger self isn’t used to worrying a lot of things. The anxiety and paranoia just all started when I had my children. It all suddenly grew on me and here I am, that worrisome slash paranoid mom. I become scared on a lot of things and sometimes my husband would tell me that I am not the same person anymore.


On some occasions, I couldn’t sleep for days properly especially when Ashfall from Mt. Taal happened because there we earthquakes and the quality of air got really bad. I fear for the health of my children and so many other things that is running in my mind. I can calm myself by watching Kdrama until dawn, and also by praying the rosary or when look at my children until I fall asleep. Now, this Covid19 pandemic happened and everything went on a cycle again. I worried on the food on our table because everyone stopped working, I worried that I might catch the disease for going out to buy us supplies, I am worried until when is this pandemic going to end. I worry non-stop the past few months.


Honestly, everything is a test of our mental stability. Even though I am used to working at home, and can endure not going out for the rest of the week, the past months is quite different. I have children and a husband to tend to. They are hungry and needy most of the time of my energy and it is quite exhausting to say the least. It came to a point where I shut myself inside the room and just stood there until I calmed myself from not becoming a monster mom.


One day, I saw The I Am Band and got hold of it, tried it on as it claims to remove negative energy, spiritual attacks and Created to Stop Bad Luck, negativity and anxiety. I tried it on and been wearing it for the past few months and during the first three weeks of wearing it, I felt calmness in my inner self. I was able to sleep properly at night and I don’t get mad at the children easily. It also helps that I am always wearing it as I am reminded on how I should stay positive amidst everything that is happening. It helps, but a challenge. Even though it may seem hard to cope with our new normal at home, this helped me a lot. Also, it helps that it is pure silver that even during bath and in between chores, I could wear it without worrying of causing me skin irritations.

I just hope that everything will end soon and go back to normal. Let us all continue to go through this together and stay positive amidst all the crisis that is happening. Let us all stay healthy and safe!

How are you all holding up in this pandemic?

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It has been day xx of the enhanced community quarantine here in Manila, Philippines. I never counted the days anymore as it seems that it is just the same for me being a stay at home mom and content creator. I have been used to staying at home for the past ten years. The only difference is that, I am with the entire brood 24/7. 

Being locked up at home during this community quarantine may not be the most ideal of situations, but looking at the bright side, it has given us the opportunity to spend more time with our families. These moments together make us realize that there’s much more to discover about each other, especially our mothers.   
  
This Mother’s Day, we celebrate the quirky and unique things that set our mothers apart, as we get to know more about them over shared moments at home, and as we discover that there are always more reasons to love them.   


Na-lockdown tayo, Ma. McDonald’s Mother’s Day video this year opens our eyes to the often unseen side of our mothers, which many of us are getting to know with the almost 24-hour confinement brought about by the current situation. For many, it’s a pleasant surprise to realize the stark realization of our mothers leading their own lives—beyond what they do for the family. Now is the time to pay even closer attention to them, and to put in that extra effort of appreciating them for all that they do.   
  
“We sometimes forget that mothers also have other personal interests, hobbies, or roles aside from being ‘mom’. They can be gamers, tech experts, artists, movie buffs, Kdrama addicts— we don’t really know because how caught up we are on our own daily lives,” shares Ollie Rabatan, Marketing Head of McDonald’s Philippines. “Here at McDonald’s, we hope for families to bond even more, embracing every moment as an opportunity to appreciate our mothers - quirks and all.”  

 If you haven’t checked out the video, head on to McDonald’s Philippines’ YouTube Page or click this link here: http://bit.ly/NaLockdownTayoMa.   

The world’s leading cleft organization, Smile Train Philippines recently held a virtual speech therapy session with its Global Ambassador, Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, in an effort to reach and continue educating more patients with a cleft lip and/or palate amid the enhanced community quarantine.

Smile Train recently launched virtual speech therapy sessions with its volunteer Ms. Veronica Yu CSP-PASP, a Speech Language Pathologist and a faculty member of the University of Sto. Tomas College of Rehabilitation Sciences. She led the discussion on the effects of cleft disability on speech and the impact of feeding difficulties on the physical well-being of children. Ms. Yu also demonstrated her patients’ progress on proper pronunciation, which they were able to accomplish during the separate one-on-one online therapy sessions.

Smile Train Global Ambassador Catriona Gray joins the organization’s online Speech Therapy session to reach and educate more patients with cleft lip and palate amid the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).

The session also allowed viewers to ask questions about their family members experiencing difficulties with their conditions. Numerous viewers had inquiries about how many speech therapy sessions are required and what other procedures patients need to undergo if they have cleft lip and/or palate. 

Smile Train Volunteer Ms. Veronica Yu, CSP-PASP, a Speech Language Pathologist, faculty member of the University of Sto. Tomas College of Rehabilitation Sciences, explored topics about the effects of cleft on speech and its impacts on the physical well-being of children.
In her welcome message, Smile Train Global Ambassador Catriona Gray acknowledged the efforts of the organization to continue providing free comprehensive cleft care including speech therapy, while free surgeries and physical therapy sessions are on hold. She plans to support Smile Train’s upcoming initiatives during the ECQ.

“I was able to work closely with Smile Train for the first time during my reign as Miss Universe and it inspired me to help the organization change the lives of many people around the world. Now as the newest global ambassador, I am committed to supporting its patients in the Philippines during this pandemic through the organization’s online speech therapy classes,” said Gray.

With the support and collaboration of its donors, partners, and ambassadors around the world, Smile Train is able to transform the lives of patients with cleft and help improve their ability to eat, breathe, speak, and ultimately thrive. Even during the ECQ, Smile Train continues to find sustainable solutions such as social media to help their beneficiaries.

“Smile Train has always been committed to exploring various avenues and utilizing technology to reach more patients and communities in the Philippines, especially during this ECQ. With the support of Catriona, we hope to reach more patients and families so that we can continue to provide them with the care that they need, even during a pandemic,” said Smile Train South East Asia Director Kimmy Flaviano.

Smile Train plans to hold more sessions in the coming weeks to address concerns of patients or parents about receiving cleft treatment during this time and talking about staying positive and productive during the ECQ. 

For more information about Smile Train’s global efforts and to donate, please visit smiletrain.org. To learn more about Smile Train’s local programs in the Philippines, please visit smiletrain.ph, follow Smile Train Philippines on Twitter and Instagram @SmileTrainPh, and like us on Facebook at @SmileTrainPhilippines.


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About Smile Train
Smile Train empowers local medical professionals with training, funding, and resources to provide free cleft surgery and comprehensive cleft care to children globally. We advance a sustainable solution and scalable global health model for cleft treatment, drastically improving children’s lives, including their ability to eat, breathe, speak, and ultimately thrive. To learn more about how Smile Train's sustainable approach means donations have both an immediate and long-term impact, please visit smiletrain.ph. For more information about Smile Train’s work in the Philippines, please contact philippines@smiletrain.org.
A mom's search for a homeless, hungry lolo turns into a huge feeding program.


When a community of mommy bloggers came together to feed disadvantaged families in Tondo, little did they know that their project would turn into a huge food assistance program for hundreds of frontliners fighting COVID-19.




The Photo that Started It All

It was the first week of ECQ when Clara Alegria “Gie” Ramos, a PR and influencer management professional and founder of BrandBuzz PH, saw a video of an elderly man who said, “mauuna pa kami mamatay sa gutom bago kami mamatay sa virus.”


That image prompted Gie to send a message to her community of mommy bloggers, asking for any leads on how to help him. Eventually they found out that the man was originally staying at Roxas Boulevard and moved to the Delpan Evacuation Center in Tondo along with many informal settlers.

“I asked the moms if we can contribute P500 each so that we can feed the families at Delpan. Hindi madaling maglabas ng pera ngayon, pero maraming tumulong,” said Gie. With the P18,000 they initially raised, the real work began.

JM, a single mother, told Gie, “I can’t contribute financially, but I can help with logistics.” JM volunteered her home as a storage and dispatch center, coordinating with suppliers, cooks, and delivery riders.

When the blogger community received the photos of the grateful lolos and lolas eating the meals they sent, they were deeply moved. They felt that they needed to – and Can DO – more.

A Bigger Goal

Two of the bloggers who are nurses suggested to help medical frontliners, too. Gie sent out another call for donations, and this time more volunteers responded, as well as corporations. CDO partnered with BrandBuzz PH by donating food products, enabling the moms to cook home-style meals for many frontliners who are far from their families.



“There are about 5 of us volunteers who cook 50 meals each per day,” explained Krisha, a mom of two. “Then we distribute them to different government hospitals. With the project getting bigger, we needed all the help we can get, and CDO was one of the companies who answered the call. We would send pasta dishes topped with Danes cheese, and rice meals with CDO Funtastyk tocino – gustong-gusto ng frontliners ‘yun!”


Roadblocks and Rewards

With many restrictions under ECQ, there were challenges in the sourcing of ingredients and delivery. But the biggest challenge for the volunteers was physical and emotional exhaustion. Gie shared, “Pinagsasabay mo yung work from home, household chores, homeschooling, at yung feeding progam na full-time din. When my kids told me, you’re here but you don’t talk to us, I realized I was sacrificing my time with my family. But so were the frontliners, that’s why I can’t stop. But things got better once we figured out a system.”

“And when the doctors and nurses send their photos enjoying the food, seeing their joy and reading their messages make everything worth it. Nakaka-inspire,” mused Krisha.

For JM, her 7-year-old daughter also inspires her to keep going. “When I see her writing notes to the frontliners and praying for them nang hindi ko inuutusan – I know we are doing something right.”

What Collaboration Can DO

These moms attribute the success of the project to their supportive blogger community and corporate partners. To date, the group has raised over P1Million worth of donations. With over 50 volunteer cooks and growing, they plan to feed underprivileged families as well. “The task is much bigger, but with steady partners like CDO who are committed to working with volunteers like us in feeding our brave frontliners, we Can DO this,” said Gie.

Even in the darkest times, with the influence of compassionate individuals and the support of caring communities and companies, there is so much we Can DO together to make the world brighter.


Gone were the days when we keep albums in our homes. In this digital age, we store and keep them in memories in our digital drives and social media accounts. But it is also nice to have them in our coffee tables and scan through them from time to time. 

You can get your precious photos printed through Photobook. They print your photos in high quality materials which will last you a lifetime. This time, they are offering a unique way of putting your kids' pictures to life by personalizing it through their favorite Disney characters. 

Photobook brings the magic of Disney to your favorite memories with the launch of its collaboration with The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia. In celebration of this partnership, they are giving away 1,000,000 “Kids Fun Books”, a new series of personalized photo books featuring Disney and Marvel inspired photo templates in the Philippines. With the Enhanced Community Quarantine extended in the country until the end of April, this gives parents opportunities to reconnect and bond with their kids through personalizing their own photo books.



“The collaboration with The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia allows our consumers the ease and convenience to create unique one-of-a-kind-product personalization capabilities that offer our customers the ability to create their own stories and unique designs with over 100 product customers, especially during such times,” said Mr. Leow Wee Jonn, Chief Executive Officer of Photobook Worldwide.

Through this collaboration, customers can now immerse themselves in the world of Disney with their name, photo or quote personalized on their photo books and lifestyle products featuring their favorite Disney and Marvel characters. This series features all-time fan favorites Mickey and Friends, Tsum Tsum, Disney’s Frozen and Marvel characters. The collection will be available on a wide range of Photobook’s products such as photo books, sticker labels, notebooks, luggage tags, T-shirts, tote bags, baby bibs, photo magnets, laptop sleeves, tumblers and more.

The “Kids Fun Book” giveaway will be available to the public from now until 31 May 2020 and can be redeemed exclusively on the Photobook App. Details of the giveaway are available at https://www.photobookphilippines.com/disney/kids-fun-book.

Here is what you need to do:

6x6 FUNBOOK:

  1. Download the Photobook App
  2. Select KIDS FUN BOOK
  3. Choose the DISNEY template you like
  4. Choose 21 photos from your Gallery, Facebook, Instagram, or Google Photos 
  5. Adjust the position and order of photos if needed
  6. Edit your Back Cover Title and Subtitle
  7. Name your project and select the type of paper you want (Default paper is Premium Silk)
  8. Apply the code: FUNBOOK upon checkout
  9. Order and wait for your FUNBOOK to arrive


How long has it been since the start of this Community Quarantine? I have lost count on the days already but what I know is that most of us have been creative with our meals at home. I have my own share of creative recipes using relief given by our local government. Since we don't know when this will end, we might as well make use of our time at home and learn some more from the experts.

Mega Prime has signed up its newest ambassador—Chef Rosebud Benitez, a top-rated celebrity cook and hands-on mom who has become a household name for her mouthwatering recipes.

Known for her versatility as a chef, Chef Rosebud has always used Mega Prime’s wide array of high-quality products that has made cooking much easier for moms. “I always have Mega Sweet Chili and Oyster Sauce in my kitchen, because they can be paired easily with any dish. With Sweet Chili, there’s no need to think of a complicated dish,” she shared.

Both Mega Prime and Chef Rosebud are passionate about helping everyone come up with yummy dishes that the whole family will enjoy. That is why homemakers are looking forward to what the partnership between Mega Prime and Chef Rosebud has to offer.

During this enhanced community quarantine, Mega Prime is aware of the different sentiments of Filipino families in the kitchen at home. With this, Mega Prime is kicking off its partnership with Chef Rosebud through a Facebook Live cooking demo featuring healthy, nutritious and practical recipes to upgrade our everyday meals.

Happening on April 25, Saturday at 3:00PM, Chef Rosebud will be featuring some of her go-to Mega Prime products that can turn simple dishes into super meals that moms can do at home during the quarantine period.

Chef Rosebud joins Marian Rivera, who serves as Mega Prime’s main ambassador, in reaching out to moms. Together,  the two will add even more dynamism to the Mega Prime Mom Club,  which has been steadfast in its efforts to turn Filipino moms into savvy homemakers.

“I like the products of Mega Prime because the taste is very close to "panlasang Pinoy". They have a variety of products for all our cooking needs and offer value for money. You don't have to pay a premium but what you're getting is of premium taste, which is very important for price-conscious moms,” she said.

Don’t forget to tune in at https://www.facebook.com/MegaPrimeQuality and get ready to cook the yummiest but pocket-friendly dishes with Chef Rosebud and Mega Prime!


It has been two weeks since our Philippine government declared enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila, as well as the nearby cities and provinces, yet the Covid19 cases are still rising exponentially. This is a pandemic case we are all not prepared for, starting from the government to the majority of the households, and even most parts of the world. 



Due to the enhanced community quarantine, many businesses are shut down, public transport is not allowed to operate, and there is a dramatic economic impact which is brought about by this virus. Those who really suffer in this pandemic economically are those who live by daily wages, minimum wage earners and those who are in the marginalized society. People have brought their despair, frustration, and distrust with how this pandemic is being handled by our government in social media. 


While most of us are battling to treat patients who are infected with the virus, frontliners braving the unknown every day, others extending help and showing generosity amidst the crisis, the majority of the Filipinos are slowly dying of hunger. I know this is not the proper time to point fingers at who is accountable, but please note that we are the ones accountable for how we live our lives. Again, the majority of us are not prepared for any of this, but did you know if most of us are just financially literate, we will not cry out loud and beg for any of the government and private sectors for help?  



Have you ever heard of the Emergency/Contingency Fund? Not many of us know this, we still choose not to save and prepare for this because of the old wife's tale coined with this idea. That's when you save for emergency fund, one if not, most of your family members will get sick. So saving is really not a priority nor practice to most of the households especially in the marginalized sectors. While others would say, they could hardly get by the day, they definitely cannot save up for the rainy days. Just take into consideration how many households have insurances? Those that pay and save up for their retirement? For their funeral? For the college fund of their kids? 


So what is this Emergency Fund and how much do we really need it? 

Emergency Fund--from the word itself, emergency. Life has a lot of uncertainties and we never want untoward things to happen, but it is always best that we are prepared. It may be a job loss, medical expenses or just basically anything that is an unforeseen circumstance that involves money. 

How much do we save for it? The first step is you need to determine your cash flow. Evaluate how much you can set aside to build your emergency fund. Then you need to determine your monthly expense. The amount of your emergency fund should be at least three to six months’worth of your monthly expenses. Of course, this will depend again on the lifestyle of each household. This should cover your monthly bills, rent, medical bills (anything that is not covered by insurance) and sudden indispensable expenses. 

Where do we save it? Emergency Fund should be in the form of quick assets. This can be deposited in banks. You can also use a portion of the funds to invest in stocks. But then again, it will really depend on you.

Please note that Emergency Fund is not supposed to be spent on leisure trips, dispensable expenses like (new gadgets). 

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