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July 2023 Newsletter

Correction: The Summer Picnic is July 22 (not June).

🧺 Summer Picnic at

Chinatown Backyard 🍦

What: Free community event to celebrate summer and meet your neighbors!

When: Saturday, July 22 from 12 - 3 pm (Rain Date: Sunday, June 23)

Where: Tufts Community Commons , 186 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02111

Who: Family-friendly event open to everyone

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🐉 Hudson Street Stoop Updates 👀

📣 Hudson Street Stoop is ACDC’s rotating public art initiative to transform One Greenway Park into an activated and inclusive neighborhood “stoop.” We have exciting updates to share about the next Hudson Street Stoop (HSS) exhibit, on view from Summer 2023 - Fall 2025.

Click image to play video.

📹 Video edited by Rebecca Leu

🔴 In this video, HSS Artists Katherine Chin & Park MacDowell share updates on the fabrication process and reveal the rendering of Dancing Dragon.

🐉 About the design: Dancing Dragon is a steel pavilion with a meandering canopy structure providing seating, shade, and the structure for community activity. It is inspired by the traditional Chinese dragon dance with exuberant geometry above and joyful gathering below. 

➡️ Residents and community members provided input to select Dancing Dragon after community Visioning Sessions, with the final decision made by the HSS Committee. The committee is comprised of Chinatown residents and arts administrators.

🌟 HSS 2023-2025 is funded in part by Healthy Places by Design and their partners John Hancock, AARP Massachusetts, UMass Boston, and the City of Boston Age Strong Commission, as well as Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation, Beyond Walls, Payette, Perkins+Will, and Utile.

🔴 Special thanks to our Tufts University - School of Medicine partners who have been evaluating the impact of HSS on our residents and the community. Thank you to our site partners Bozzuto, Maloney Properties, One Greenway, and Concentric Fabrication!

🎉 Stay tuned for an Opening Celebration announcement! 🎉

🎬 Films at the Gate Festival🍿

Friday, August 25 - Sunday, August 27

Learn More & Sponsor

Films at the Gate Festival is back for the 17th year! This event is organized by local high school youth and ACDC's A-VOYCE alumni. Films at the Gate has always been free for the community to enjoy live martial arts, musical and dance performances, and kung fu and contemporary films honoring Asian American artists and stories.

Mark your calendars for Friday, August 25 - Sunday, August 27.

Sponsor the event to help us cover event costs!

By Lee-Daniel Tran

Photo by Lee-Daniel Tran

🎨 At Home in Chinatown:

A Residence Lab Retrospective 🎨

RSVP to the Opening Reception

Join ACDC and Pao Arts Center for the opening of At Home in Chinatown: A Residence Lab Retrospective, an exhibition highlighting four years of Residence Lab (ResLab), a community-centered artist residency that partners local artists and Chinatown residents in the co-designing of a public art project.

Facilitated in collaboration with the Pao Arts Center, the residency is now coming to a close, and we want to celebrate the end of its journey with you!

At Home in Chinatown: A Residence Lab Retrospective

On view at Pao Arts Center from July 27th to October 13th

Opening Reception | July 27th at 5:30 pm at Pao Arts Center

Participating artist-resident teams:

(2019) Tarik Bartel, Joyce Chen, and Maggie Chen

(2019) Crystal Bi, Lily Xie, Pihua Lin, and Yuyi Li

(2020) Maria Fong, Sylvia Chen, and Po Chun Chow

(2021) Yuko Okabe, Kathy Wu, Amy Lam, and Elaine Liang

(2022) Ann Dinh, Alison M, and Winnie Yuen

(2022) Amanda Beard Garcia, Yanna Chen, and Xingyao He

Curated by Lily Song, Assistant Professor of Race, Social Justice & the Built Environment at Northeastern University. 

Stay tuned for more details! 👀

🌞 Support Youth Summer Programs 💖

Join us in supporting local youth in being community leaders and advocates!

ACDC is raising funds for another vibrant summer experience for high school youth in the Boston area. The donations will directly fund the Summer Leadership Academy (lunch for youth, field trips, etc.) and ACDC's youth-organized Films at the Gate Festival - a much-loved event that is always free to the community! The theme for this summer's program focuses on health and wellness on an individual, community, and structural level. ⁠

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THANK YOU to everyone who attended ACDC's 2023 Annual Meeting: People, Place, Power

It was fantastic to see residents, community members and partners, Board Members, and staff all together again. We also loved to see A-VOYCE youth and alumni in attendance together.

A heartfelt thank you to our guest speakers Miaoyi, Jarita, and Maggie, for sharing their experiences of being involved with ACDC.

Miaoyi and Jarita are two Malden A-VOYCE youth. Maggie is a ACDC resident at 66 Hudson Street and a graduate of ACDC's inaugural Resident Leadership Training Series hosted last year.

We are so proud of how they have grown into our community's leaders!

Thank you to Lee-Daniel Tran for photographing this event! You can view his photos below.

2023 Annual Meeting Photos

In Case You Missed It

ACDC is restoring our Harrison Avenue mural, Tied Together by a Thousand Threads by artist Shaina Lu.

Completed in 2017, Tied Together by a Thousand Threads is a mural created by ACDC to use community-centered public art to combat gentrification in Chinatown. In honor of the mural's fifth anniversary, ACDC looks forward to working with Shaina Lu (mural artist), to restore the mural to its original vibrancy. 

If you are looking for a way to support ACDC, help fund the mural restoration with a donation today!

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We are pleased to announce the next Hudson Street Stoop installation.

The 2023-24 Hudson Street Stoop installation by artists Katherine Chin Parke MacDowell is coming later this year. Dancing Dragon was selected after community Visioning Sessions with residents & community members. The final selection was by the HSS Committee.

Last but not least, we thank Paul W. Lee for his service as ACDC's Board Chair from 2013-2022.

Paul W. Lee, a cofounder of ACDC and who grew up on Hudson Street, remains on our Board of Directors. He was recently named one of 25 Legends, Leaders, & Pioneers at GetKonnected's event honoring Boston's Most Influential Asian American Pacific Islanders. We welcome Geoff Why, who has served on ACDC's Board since 2012, as ACDC's new Board Chair.

Thank you. We look forward to a wonderful year ahead.

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Thank you for your support this year.

Dear Chutze,

2022 was a big year for ACDC. I am so grateful for your role in supporting the people we serve and the places they call home.

As we reflect on this past year, we are proud to share what we accomplished. We couldn't have done it without your help!

This Giving Season, we hope you will support ACDC by making a donation, which is 100% tax-deductible. Gifts of any size will make a lasting impact.

Your contribution helps our neighborhoods continue to expand and thrive.

Thank you,

Angie Liou

ACDC Executive Director

Learn about ways to support ACDC

Highlights from this year:

This year's Resident Leadership Training Series cohort

Fostering resident leadership and advocacy through programs like our Resident Leadership Training Series, a series of bilingual community organizing workshops led in partnership with Mel King Institute.

Hudson Street Stoop's Storytell and Sway Closing Exhibit

Building community anchors through Hudson Street Stoop, a rotating public art exhibit on One Greenway park and development of Parcel R-1 to create affordable housing and a space for Chinatown's Boston Public Library branch.

Summer Leadership Academy took a field trip to Spectacle Island

Promoting local youth leadership through our A-VOYCE School Year ProgramSummer Leadership Academy, and year-round paid internship opportunities for high school and college students.

Juk Sing performs at the Films at the Gate festival; photo by Devin Edwards

Supporting public arts and culture programs like Films at the Gate, a free, outdoor Chinese film festival held annually at Chin Park, and Residence Lab, a resident and artist residency program in partnership with Pao Arts Center.

ACDC's purchase of 64 Beach St. marked the first time a nonprofit has bought a privately owned and occupied building in Chinatown

Lastly, we continued our mission to preserve and increase affordable housing in the Greater Boston area by purchasing 64 Beach St. in Chinatown to preserve privately owned housing as affordable housing and a neighborhood restaurant and 213 Main St. in Malden to create new affordable housing.

Your donation will fund impacts like these and more!

November 2022 Newsletter
Dear Friends of ACDC,

Following the recent attack that took place at the Wollaston T station in Quincy, we are committed to working with community partners and elected officials to raise awareness and share safety resources. Please read on for more information about an upcoming public meeting in Quincy.

Our thoughts are also with individuals impacted by the recent Colorado shooting, and their friends, family, and chosen family who are grieving their loved ones.

In these times, we are reminded of the many organizers, leaders, and groups dedicated to immediate and long-term solutions, and policies to protect our youth and future generations. We are thankful to work alongside wonderful community partners to address the most urgent needs faced by our constituents. We are immensely grateful to our supporters for your trust in us and for the daily impact that you are creating.

Thank you for joining ACDC in fostering welcoming and safe communities for all.
Wishing you and your loved ones a peaceful holiday,
Angie Liou
Executive Director
Quincy Public Safety Meeting November 28
There will be an in-person public community safety meeting to provide community support and safety resources following the recent attack at the Wollaston T station in Quincy. This event is hosted by Councillor-at-Large Nina Liang, Mayor Thomas Koch, Councillor Chuck Phelan, and Councillor Ian Cain, and will be joined by fellow elected officials and community organizations.

Event Details
🗓 Monday, November 28
🕒 5:30 pm
📍Quincy Housing Authority
80 Clay Street, Quincy, MA 02170
🌐 Mandarin, Cantonese, and Vietnamese interpretations will be provided.

The event is free and open to all community members.
ACDC's Parcel R-1 Project Progressing
Rendering courtesy of Stantec.
We held a second Impact Advisory Group and public meting on November 16 to update the community on the design process of the Parcel R-1 development. Parcel R-1 is located on Hudson Street, across from our One Greenway building, and will create over 100 income-restricted rentals and condos and bring back a Chinatown Boston Public Library branch. As the only Boston neighborhood without its own BPL branch, this is a major milestone for the community. We are excited to make this possible following decades of organizing by community leaders and the Friends of the Chinatown Library.
ACDC Will Be Closed December 25 - January 1
From December 25 to January 1, the team at ACDC will take an organizational break to spend time with loved ones, rest, and return recharged in our commitment to building equitable communities we can all call home.

If you are planning a year-end gift, please donate online to avoid mail delays. We hope you will consider ACDC for Giving Tuesday on November 29th!
Double Your Impact on Giving Tuesday!
Your donation of $1,000 or more is eligible for a 50% tax rebate! CITC donors have been the lifeline of our pandemic relief programs and services and supported the expansion of ACDC's youth leadership and public art programming. Donations must be received by December 31 to be eligible for 2022 tax credits. Make an extra special Giving Tuesday donation with a CITC contribution.

If you plan to mail or drop off a check, please note our office holiday closure from December 25 to January 1, and plan accordingly. Email citc@asiancdc.org for any questions or click on the button below to learn more.
Hudson Street Stoop Update
After a successful inaugural exhibit featuring Gianna Stewart's Storytell & Sway, ACDC is excited to announce that the artist group for the 2023 - 2024 Hudson Street Stoop installation has been selected!

Dancing Dragon by Katherine Chin & Parke MacDowell will come to One Greenway Park in Spring 2023! Stay tuned for further details on the design and future Hudson Street Stoop events.

Thank you to all the incredibly talented and collaborative artists who have been a part of this process. We thank all of the residents and community members who shared their insightful feedback and ideas.
Special thanks to our Hudson Street Stoop Committee:
Janiqwa Johnson, Chinatown resident
Angela Soo Hoo, Chinatown resident
Dianyvet Serrano, Chinatown resident
Ada Wu, Chinatown resident & A-VOYCE youth
Cherry Yang, Utile
Sheila Novak, The Greenway Conservancy

And thank you to our partners at Tufts University who have been evaluating the project, its process, and its resulting impact: Dr. Alice Tang, Dr. Kim Dong, Corey Mullins, Zihan Yu, and Ann Nguyen.
A-VOYCE Youth Learn About Climate Resilience
Recently, our Chinatown and Malden A-VOYCE cohorts partnered with incredible community organizations to learn about climate resiliency work in their neighborhoods!

Malden youth explored the Malden River and learned about the intentional community-based process of building a climate-resilient park along the river. They used temperature gauges to spot the temperature difference between a cement lot and land by the river. Youth enjoyed meeting with Diana Jeong, co-founder and board member of GMAACC, who gave a tour of downtown Malden. Diana shared her family's immigration history and involvement in the community.

Our Chinatown program youth went on a Chinatown History tour led by ACDC staff and explored the Greenway from Chin Park to Rowes Wharf Plaza, learning about the importance of green space for communities in Boston.

These tours ground our youth in their neighborhood's history and community initiatives, informing the projects our youth will design and implement in the spring. Thank you to the Mystic River Watershed Association, Greater Malden Asian American Community Coalition, and The Greenway for sharing your knowledge and time!
Save the Date - ACDC's Annual Meeting
Board Member Mai Du and her son and A-VOYCE Alum Thomas at a past annual meeting; photo by Black Dog Pictures.
Tuesday, January 31 at 6:00 pm
More details to come!
In The News
“The problem with Chinatown has been, it’s very, very difficult to find sites to put affordable housing,” said Liou. “You don’t often get opportunities to do bigger developments. When you can add even 50 or 60 units, that’s a significant add to the inventory.”
Angie shares her thoughts in a radio interview on the PLAN: Downtown initiative to revitalize downtown Boston, "We want to make sure that we can protect the [affordable] housing...to protect the residents who have been very vulnerable to evictions."
June 2022 Newsletter
Dear Friends of ACDC,

On June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court issued its final decision on Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women Health Organizationwhich overruled Roe v. Wade and the federal constitutional right to abortion. We condemn the decision by the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion. Thank you to Governor Baker for acting quickly to sign an executive order to protect access to reproductive health services in Massachusetts.

The impact of today’s ruling in Dobbs v Jackson’s Women Health Organization will be swift and devastating for communities of color, working poor individuals, and immigrants. This will leave almost 40 million women without crucial reproductive care and exacerbate existing barriers, especially for people of color, individuals with low incomes, and immigrants. We cannot fight for social justice and equity without defending abortion rights. The same lawmakers determined to ban abortions are also working to suppress LGBTQ people and limit our right to vote. Stay tuned for action items across our social media channels and upcoming newsletters.

In light of this devastating news, we are grateful to have reconnected with our friends in person at the Dim Sum event earlier this month. It was humbling and inspiring to listen to our esteemed honorees' sage advice about community building and fostering solidarity while facing overwhelming adversity. It's in these times that we can find renewed hope by connecting with one another and joining in resistance against the assaults on our most vulnerable communities. Thank you to our supporters for fueling ACDC's work to foster communities where everyone can thrive and feel a sense of belonging.

Lastly, starting in July I will be on a three-month sabbatical to spend time with my family back in Taiwan. I am grateful for the ACDC staff and board members' enthusiastic support for taking time for rest, renewal, and reconnecting with my roots. Jeena Chang, Director of Community Programs & Design, and Christine Nguyen, Director of Development & Communications, will serve as interim co-directors. Please reach out to them during this time. I look forward to reconnecting with you in October.
Angie Liou
Executive Director
Youth-Led Events to Check Out on Saturday, June 25
A-VOYCE youth will be hosting an event featuring fun activities for everyone to learn about Chinatown’s history and the prospect of a permanent Chinatown Boston Public Library Branch.

🕒 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
📍Hudson Street Stoop at 66-68 Hudson St, Boston, MA 02111

The event is free, family-friendly, and open to all!
Bring your kids to Chinatown for SaturPLAY for games and arts and crafts in the theme of: A Summer’s Day!

🕒 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
📍Mary Soo Hoo Park at the Greenway on Hudson St & Beach St, Boston, MA 02111 

June’s theme is ☀️A Summer’s Day ☀️! We will be playing games and creating fun arts and crafts!

SaturPLAY is a series of six youth-led interventions in collaboration with the Rose Kennedy Greenway to activate Mary Soo Hoo Park by hosting events on every last Saturday of the month, from April to September.
Dim Sum Highlights
Our 2022 Dim Sum Honorees from left to right: Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH; Chef Irene Li of Project Restore Us and Mei Mei Street Kitchen; and John Lian ACDC Volunteer. Photo by Mel Taing.
You helped us raised over $5,000 to
support young leaders!
💖 Thank you all for the outpouring of support and kind words you shared in support of ACDC’s youth Summer Leadership Academy (SLA) campaign!

We exceeded our goal and raised over $5,000 to support young people as they develop and strengthen community leadership skills!

SLA applications close Wednesday, June 30th at 11:59 PM. If you're an educator, youth worker, parent/parent figure or have high school-aged family members, please share the application linked below with youth in the Greater Boston area!
ACDC Partners with the City of Malden to Expand Affordable Housing
From left to right: Alex Pratt, City Councillor Peg Crowe, Angie Liou, Mayor Gary Christenson, City Councillor Amanda Linehan; Photo by Ron Cochran
ACDC has acquired The Salvation Army’s property at 213 Main Street in Malden, the City of Malden. ACDC will work closely with Mayor Gary Christenson, Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe, and the City’s Office of Strategic Planning & Community Development (OSPCD) to ensure a transparent, inclusive, and community-centered planning process to develop a neighborhood-scaled project bringing needed affordable housing for working families in Malden.

A 100% affordable housing development will replace the vacant building at 213 Main Street. Community input will support the design process for this neighborhood-scaled project.

The City of Malden provided financing for the acquisition using $949,900 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. The project was recommended by the City’s ARPA Subcommittee on Housing, including Co-Chairs Councillor Amanda Linehan and OSPCD Director Deborah Burke, and members Andrew Spofford, Katzia Small, and Councillor Karen Colón Hayes.
Virtual Civic Engagement Workshops
for Malden Residents
Are you interested in community building and engagement? Do you want to make an impact in Malden? Come and join us for the ACDC Virtual Workshop Series. You wil learn about community building and engagement with your friends, and you will also receive a certificate and gift as our appreciation. Show your passion for making Malden a better place!

🌐 Cantonese & Mandarin interpretation provided.
🕕 Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Presented by ACDC, Greater Malden Asian American Community Coalition, and Chinese Progressive Association.
Save the Date!
By Lee-Daniel Tran
Photo of 2021 Films at the Gate Festival by Lee-Daniel Tran.
16th Annual Films at the Gate Festival
Join ACDC and the Chinatown community for another three nights of films under the stars!
Chinatown Gate
Friday, August 26 - Sunday, August 28
Takes place in the evenings
Photo of 2021 Residence Lab artwork made by Sheila Novak and Cass Li by Christopher Rucinski; courtesy of Sheila Novak
Residence Lab (ResLab) Kick-Off
Come meet our ResLab artist and Chinatown resident cohorts in celebrating the installation of public art they co-created and interact with the various artworks!
Tentatively Scheduled for Friday, July 29
(More details to come!)
Housing Assistance
Are you behind on mortgage payments due to the impacts of COVID-19? The Massachusetts Homeowner Assistance Fund (Mass HAF) can give you relief for overdue mortgage payments.

Find out if you qualify at www.massmortgagehelp.org and share this with your networks if you know someone who needs help with their mortgage payments.
Additionally, ACDC will be wrapping up its multilingual rental relief hotline at the end of June, as public funding for RAFT support has not yet been renewed.
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August 2021 Newsletter


Dear Friends of ACDC,


It has been a busy summer here at ACDC. In addition to running programs to support youth leadership and financial literacy for new immigrants, continuing to support households in need of rental assistance, and partnering with local artists and other nonprofits on public art projects, we have some exciting events coming up and we hope to see you there!


Thank you for your continued support and partnership. We are grateful to our donors, sponsors, funders, and volunteers for investing in youth and families and the communities they call home.


Wishing you a safe and fun rest of the summer,


Angie Liou

Executive Director





15th annual Films at the Gate Festival

Friday, August 27 - Sunday August 29



A Chinatown youth enjoying , by Black Dog Pictures.


Get ready for ACDC's 15th Anniversary Films at the Gate Festival! We are excited to once again host our free, three-day community event. Join us for games, activities, and family-friendly films that celebrate Asian and Asian American stories and artists.


The festival will open every evening starting at 5:30 pm from Friday, August 27 through Sunday, August 29. Films will start at approximately 8:00 pm.


Shoutout to current and former A-VOYCE youth who are working hard to organize this event for the community, and in particular Lily Tang, an A-VOYCE alum who is managing this year's event!




2021 Residence Lab Kick-Off

Friday, August 27 at 5pm



Join ACDC and our Residence Lab (ResLab) partners, Pao Arts Center and The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy as we celebrate the first day of the 2021 Residence Lab exhibit!


When: Friday, August 27 at 5:00 pm

Where: Mary Soo Hoo Park at the Greenway


Our 2021 ResLab artists and residents will activate the space with art installations co-created in response to this year’s theme of collective care. The evening will include opportunities to hear from the participants as well as music and family friendly activities.


Stick around for the first night of Films at the Gate, which starts at 5:30 pm!



Images from workshops and fabrication sessions with this year's cohort of Chinatown residents and artists, courtesy of Pao Arts Center.



Hudson Street Stoop Events



Artist Gianna Stewart with residents who shared their Chinatown stories to help create Storytell & Sway; by Christine Nguyen


Upcoming Stoop Events - Organized by ACDC's MorePlay! Program

Don't miss out on the last Stoop events of the season! Programming will return in spring 2022.


·    Saturday, August 21st, 7:00 -8:00 pm: Open Mic: Story Time - Check out stories and performances shared by residents and local artists!

·    Saturday, September 4th, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm: Chinatown Story Cart is hosting a pop-up event with ACDC. Come by and enjoy free storybooks, art making kits, and zines made by local artists with story contributions by Chinatown residents + youth!



For questions about events, email info@asiancdc.org and follow ACDC on Instagram for updates.


Shout out to our A-VOYCE youth alumni and SuccessLink Interns Angela Guan, Olivia Moy, Bryce Moy, and Ada Wu for organizing the events with Chinatown resident Dianyvet Serrano!



New Video About "Where We Belong - 歸屬,歸宿" Mural



Video by Olivia Huang, courtesy of Oxford Properties Group


Get a look behind the scenes of the "Where We Belong - 歸屬,歸宿" mural by local artist Ponnapa Prakkamakul, located at 79 Essex Street in Boston's Chinatown.


The mural is part of ACDC's placekeeping ANCHOR initiative. ANCHOR is one of the ways ACDC combats gentrification and displacement through public art and space activation that celebrates the history and culture of Chinatown and resident voices. This project is a collaboration between ACDC, Ponnapa, and our A-VOYCE youth, and was supported by Oxford Properties Group .




Summer Leadership Academy Youth Present:

Showcase on Identity and Social Justice



ACDC’s A-VOYCE Summer Leadership Academy (SLA) is a six-week-long youth leadership program. The 2021 SLA theme was "The Art of PersuAsian." Youth gained an understanding of their Asian identities and experiences, learned about Asian American History, and explored how systemic racism affects BIPOC communities.


They additionally developed skills in building empathy, creative storytelling, critical thinking and analysis, and collaboration.




An excerpt from an SLA youth's poem.



In the News



"Hudson Street was once home to many immigrant households and supported a thriving stoop culture where neighbors connected outside their homes. Many of those residents were displaced during the highway construction of the 1960s. Now, with the development of affordable housing and creation of public art installations like this one, ACDC hopes to bring that sense of community back to Hudson Street."



“ACDC is grateful for Eastern Bank Foundation’s commitment to vaccine equity. The Foundation’s generous grant supports our collaborative efforts with community partners in Chinatown, Dorchester, Lowell, Malden and Quincy to serve immigrant communities with the culturally competent services and resources that they need to get vaccinated and stay safe.”


“There have been a lot of relief programs that sprung up…but there’s so much information which is confusing for people...Most of our constituents have limited English proficiency or are monolingual…what we found is most of them didn’t even know about these programs so a big part of what we had to do was a big outreach push…and helping them apply for those.”









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