dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
1. I was hoarding Qing Shi Huang Fei, but it seems the subbers are almost done, so I've started gobbling it up and am on ep 12. Mmmmmm. Episode 10, especially, was pretty much tailor-made for every hurt/comfort kink I had. Let's see, the sequence of events was as follows:

* Imperial Mother doesn't want Ruby to marry her feckless crown prince kid and, pissed off, orders her beaten almost to death so she'd confess who snuck her into palace.
* Yan Kuan volunteers for beat-down duty because, if not, Ruby is going to get killed for real.
* Ruby is taken out and it's not sure she's going to live, so Yan Kuan spends all night standing not movinh in a torrential downpour (what is with drama heroes, and their obsession with penumonia?), then his servant shows up in the morning, and is all 'she's going to live, now pls tell me, you didn't stay out like this all night, Queen Mum might hate you but she'll still have my head if you keel over." Yan Kuan manfully says he's fine, only to promptly collapse in a heap (I was counting to it in my head).
* He gets off his sickbed to convince Ruby to leave the palace by pretending he doesn't want to use her in his plan any more. She's duly pissed.
* Then servants come to beg her help because she's healer supreme and Yan Kuan is pretty much dying because during her beatdown she only got superficial injuries which means he absorbed the inner force of the blows into himself (wtf, wuxia medicine, do you ever make sense? Oh well...I still remember Return of Condor Heroes where the protagonists spent most of the time poisoned from one thing or another). So she goes to treat him and is all "OK, fine, internal injuries I get, but why does he have a cold on top?" and servant is all "well..."
* Yan Kuan comes to and is all "go away, I hate you blah blah blah" and when Ruby points out the injuries, he snarls that if he knew it would happen he'd have killed her, and when she points out the rain stunt, he's all "I wanted to make sure you'll keel over and take my secrets with you" to which she pretty much responds "whatever, stop being a brat, shut up, and let me hand-feed you." LOLOLOLOL. That is how you do 'icy bastard melted by plucky good girl' trope, dramas!

Have a cute scene I haven't gotten to yet but soon will :)

http://youtu.be/rDjqhRrJp2Y

2. I have also checked out the first episode of War of Desire, a Tang Dynasty drama starring Zhang Han (mmmm), Zheng Shuang and Bai Bing, as three friends who get torn apart by intrigue when Bai Bing gets taken into the imperial harem.



From what I can tell, ZH starts the drama in love with Bai Bing, but ends up with Zheng Shuang, which is as it should be, as they were Mainland Domyouji and Makino. Anyway, the first episode is a good introductory one. It does not have the polish or budget of QSHF (let alone, Bu Bu Jing Xin or similar), but it seems to be a solid drama with the usual cast of creepy politicking people. The three-corner friendship is the big draw here for me, because while I like the cast, none of them are major favorites of mine as is the case with the Ruby-Yan Kuan-Wallace triumvirate of QSHF or the drama I am going to talk about next.

3. Ah, another drama I checked out - The Royal Harem with Ady An and Feng Shao Feng. I believe it's set during the Ming times. Ady is a royal maid and FSF a musician.



It has received decidedly mixed reviews, but as I am watching this solely for the gorgeous costumes and my love for Ady and FSF alone and as a combo, I was very satisfied with the first two eps. It's not exactly challenging but it's a fun fun drama. (This reminds me I need to finish Four Women. It's just I stopped at relatively happy place and am dreading going forward).

4. I looooove Minguo period sets and costumes. So another drama I checked out is currently-airing Hidden Intention - in it, a young woman is haunted by leaving her younger sister at a market years ago. All of a sudden this younger sister appears, all grown-up, and bewitches the family. But is she who she says she is? The first episode was gorgeously atmospheric and I cannot wait to find out various secrets.



Plus, Luo Jin is the male lead. Bloody finally!

5. I saw the trailer for Beauties of the Emperor and ahahahahahhaaaaa so bad. I don't even mind any more because we are getting a proper take in Chu Han Contention, but seriously. So. Bad.
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
1. I was hoarding Qing Shi Huang Fei, but it seems the subbers are almost done, so I've started gobbling it up and am on ep 12. Mmmmmm. Episode 10, especially, was pretty much tailor-made for every hurt/comfort kink I had. Let's see, the sequence of events was as follows:

* Imperial Mother doesn't want Ruby to marry her feckless crown prince kid and, pissed off, orders her beaten almost to death so she'd confess who snuck her into palace.
* Yan Kuan volunteers for beat-down duty because, if not, Ruby is going to get killed for real.
* Ruby is taken out and it's not sure she's going to live, so Yan Kuan spends all night standing not movinh in a torrential downpour (what is with drama heroes, and their obsession with penumonia?), then his servant shows up in the morning, and is all 'she's going to live, now pls tell me, you didn't stay out like this all night, Queen Mum might hate you but she'll still have my head if you keel over." Yan Kuan manfully says he's fine, only to promptly collapse in a heap (I was counting to it in my head).
* He gets off his sickbed to convince Ruby to leave the palace by pretending he doesn't want to use her in his plan any more. She's duly pissed.
* Then servants come to beg her help because she's healer supreme and Yan Kuan is pretty much dying because during her beatdown she only got superficial injuries which means he absorbed the inner force of the blows into himself (wtf, wuxia medicine, do you ever make sense? Oh well...I still remember Return of Condor Heroes where the protagonists spent most of the time poisoned from one thing or another). So she goes to treat him and is all "OK, fine, internal injuries I get, but why does he have a cold on top?" and servant is all "well..."
* Yan Kuan comes to and is all "go away, I hate you blah blah blah" and when Ruby points out the injuries, he snarls that if he knew it would happen he'd have killed her, and when she points out the rain stunt, he's all "I wanted to make sure you'll keel over and take my secrets with you" to which she pretty much responds "whatever, stop being a brat, shut up, and let me hand-feed you." LOLOLOLOL. That is how you do 'icy bastard melted by plucky good girl' trope, dramas!

Have a cute scene I haven't gotten to yet but soon will :)

http://youtu.be/rDjqhRrJp2Y

2. I have also checked out the first episode of War of Desire, a Tang Dynasty drama starring Zhang Han (mmmm), Zheng Shuang and Bai Bing, as three friends who get torn apart by intrigue when Bai Bing gets taken into the imperial harem.



From what I can tell, ZH starts the drama in love with Bai Bing, but ends up with Zheng Shuang, which is as it should be, as they were Mainland Domyouji and Makino. Anyway, the first episode is a good introductory one. It does not have the polish or budget of QSHF (let alone, Bu Bu Jing Xin or similar), but it seems to be a solid drama with the usual cast of creepy politicking people. The three-corner friendship is the big draw here for me, because while I like the cast, none of them are major favorites of mine as is the case with the Ruby-Yan Kuan-Wallace triumvirate of QSHF or the drama I am going to talk about next.

3. Ah, another drama I checked out - The Royal Harem with Ady An and Feng Shao Feng. I believe it's set during the Ming times. Ady is a royal maid and FSF a musician.



It has received decidedly mixed reviews, but as I am watching this solely for the gorgeous costumes and my love for Ady and FSF alone and as a combo, I was very satisfied with the first two eps. It's not exactly challenging but it's a fun fun drama. (This reminds me I need to finish Four Women. It's just I stopped at relatively happy place and am dreading going forward).

4. I looooove Minguo period sets and costumes. So another drama I checked out is currently-airing Hidden Intention - in it, a young woman is haunted by leaving her younger sister at a market years ago. All of a sudden this younger sister appears, all grown-up, and bewitches the family. But is she who she says she is? The first episode was gorgeously atmospheric and I cannot wait to find out various secrets.



Plus, Luo Jin is the male lead. Bloody finally!

5. I saw the trailer for Beauties of the Emperor and ahahahahahhaaaaa so bad. I don't even mind any more because we are getting a proper take in Chu Han Contention, but seriously. So. Bad.
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
1. I was hoarding Qing Shi Huang Fei, but it seems the subbers are almost done, so I've started gobbling it up and am on ep 12. Mmmmmm. Episode 10, especially, was pretty much tailor-made for every hurt/comfort kink I had. Let's see, the sequence of events was as follows:

* Imperial Mother doesn't want Ruby to marry her feckless crown prince kid and, pissed off, orders her beaten almost to death so she'd confess who snuck her into palace.
* Yan Kuan volunteers for beat-down duty because, if not, Ruby is going to get killed for real.
* Ruby is taken out and it's not sure she's going to live, so Yan Kuan spends all night standing not movinh in a torrential downpour (what is with drama heroes, and their obsession with penumonia?), then his servant shows up in the morning, and is all 'she's going to live, now pls tell me, you didn't stay out like this all night, Queen Mum might hate you but she'll still have my head if you keel over." Yan Kuan manfully says he's fine, only to promptly collapse in a heap (I was counting to it in my head).
* He gets off his sickbed to convince Ruby to leave the palace by pretending he doesn't want to use her in his plan any more. She's duly pissed.
* Then servants come to beg her help because she's healer supreme and Yan Kuan is pretty much dying because during her beatdown she only got superficial injuries which means he absorbed the inner force of the blows into himself (wtf, wuxia medicine, do you ever make sense? Oh well...I still remember Return of Condor Heroes where the protagonists spent most of the time poisoned from one thing or another). So she goes to treat him and is all "OK, fine, internal injuries I get, but why does he have a cold on top?" and servant is all "well..."
* Yan Kuan comes to and is all "go away, I hate you blah blah blah" and when Ruby points out the injuries, he snarls that if he knew it would happen he'd have killed her, and when she points out the rain stunt, he's all "I wanted to make sure you'll keel over and take my secrets with you" to which she pretty much responds "whatever, stop being a brat, shut up, and let me hand-feed you." LOLOLOLOL. That is how you do 'icy bastard melted by plucky good girl' trope, dramas!

Have a cute scene I haven't gotten to yet but soon will :)

http://youtu.be/rDjqhRrJp2Y

2. I have also checked out the first episode of War of Desire, a Tang Dynasty drama starring Zhang Han (mmmm), Zheng Shuang and Bai Bing, as three friends who get torn apart by intrigue when Bai Bing gets taken into the imperial harem.



From what I can tell, ZH starts the drama in love with Bai Bing, but ends up with Zheng Shuang, which is as it should be, as they were Mainland Domyouji and Makino. Anyway, the first episode is a good introductory one. It does not have the polish or budget of QSHF (let alone, Bu Bu Jing Xin or similar), but it seems to be a solid drama with the usual cast of creepy politicking people. The three-corner friendship is the big draw here for me, because while I like the cast, none of them are major favorites of mine as is the case with the Ruby-Yan Kuan-Wallace triumvirate of QSHF or the drama I am going to talk about next.

3. Ah, another drama I checked out - The Royal Harem with Ady An and Feng Shao Feng. I believe it's set during the Ming times. Ady is a royal maid and FSF a musician.



It has received decidedly mixed reviews, but as I am watching this solely for the gorgeous costumes and my love for Ady and FSF alone and as a combo, I was very satisfied with the first two eps. It's not exactly challenging but it's a fun fun drama. (This reminds me I need to finish Four Women. It's just I stopped at relatively happy place and am dreading going forward).

4. I looooove Minguo period sets and costumes. So another drama I checked out is currently-airing Hidden Intention - in it, a young woman is haunted by leaving her younger sister at a market years ago. All of a sudden this younger sister appears, all grown-up, and bewitches the family. But is she who she says she is? The first episode was gorgeously atmospheric and I cannot wait to find out various secrets.



Plus, Luo Jin is the male lead. Bloody finally!

5. I saw the trailer for Beauties of the Emperor and ahahahahahhaaaaa so bad. I don't even mind any more because we are getting a proper take in Chu Han Contention, but seriously. So. Bad.
dangermousie: (Default)
Watched ep 11 of BBJX and it was a lovely breather in the melancholy and angst. First off, loved that brief moment with Lu Wu and Thirteen when he brought Four over. The intensity in his eyes! Also, the scene with Fourteen in Mongolian disguise was cute cute cute.

Now, on to the main point: Eight/Ruoxi bloody finally!!!! I loved the horse-riding scene when he rescued her - the way he stared at her as she rode on his lap (ok, sadly that sounds much dirtier than t was :p) mmmmmmm and then literally laughing in joy when he realizes she likes him back. Then the scene in his tent when he is wounded and they hold hands and she hugs him back and chemistry aaaaaaaa! I did giggle when she looked away when he was quasi-shirtless while being treated. Damn, girl, you are not really a Manchu noblewoman, why so shy? I'd be ogling that chest for all I was worth and then tackling him down on that couch for some sexual healing. You are a 21st-century girl, come on, for the sake of all fangirls everywhere you have to do it!!!!

I really do think she is too cautious to commit to someone whose future she knows is no good and who has a bunch of complicated interpersonal relationships already. To compare it with JPLH, she is an observer, not a doer like Qing Chuan was. Hence is the tragedy, observer or not, she can't help but be drawn in.

I am not sure I will have caps from now on btw - I download almost 1gb-sized hard subs already so to also download almost 2-gb raws is kinda insane, OTOH, the Eight/Ruoxi stuff begs to be capped. Dilemmas!!!

In other drama news, I finally started watching Fight and Love with the Teraccotta Warrior properly - viki has it subbed. I am four eps in and I like it but not as much as I thought I would based on the premise (Qin general and royal Concubine relive their doomed love through centuries). I think it's because while I love both Du Chun and Ady An, they have better chemistry with other costars. It's still fun though.

I got to say, I am pretty much rolling in cdramas/hkdramas right now - I am watching BBJX, Terracotta Warrior, Relics of an Emissary, Last One Standing and Four Women Conflict and Vigilantes in Masks. I don't think I will be slowing down much either because the drama that comes after the drama after BBJX is the insane cdrama-goes-lakorn "Sealed with a Kiss" with Hawick Lau and then QSHF, the Ruby/Wallace/YanKuan miseryfest which I am dying for. And the Royal Harem is bound to air soon, plus there is Ruyi and Mystery in the Palace, and Legend of the Tiger Amulet and a bunch of others.
dangermousie: (Default)
Watched ep 11 of BBJX and it was a lovely breather in the melancholy and angst. First off, loved that brief moment with Lu Wu and Thirteen when he brought Four over. The intensity in his eyes! Also, the scene with Fourteen in Mongolian disguise was cute cute cute.

Now, on to the main point: Eight/Ruoxi bloody finally!!!! I loved the horse-riding scene when he rescued her - the way he stared at her as she rode on his lap (ok, sadly that sounds much dirtier than t was :p) mmmmmmm and then literally laughing in joy when he realizes she likes him back. Then the scene in his tent when he is wounded and they hold hands and she hugs him back and chemistry aaaaaaaa! I did giggle when she looked away when he was quasi-shirtless while being treated. Damn, girl, you are not really a Manchu noblewoman, why so shy? I'd be ogling that chest for all I was worth and then tackling him down on that couch for some sexual healing. You are a 21st-century girl, come on, for the sake of all fangirls everywhere you have to do it!!!!

I really do think she is too cautious to commit to someone whose future she knows is no good and who has a bunch of complicated interpersonal relationships already. To compare it with JPLH, she is an observer, not a doer like Qing Chuan was. Hence is the tragedy, observer or not, she can't help but be drawn in.

I am not sure I will have caps from now on btw - I download almost 1gb-sized hard subs already so to also download almost 2-gb raws is kinda insane, OTOH, the Eight/Ruoxi stuff begs to be capped. Dilemmas!!!

In other drama news, I finally started watching Fight and Love with the Teraccotta Warrior properly - viki has it subbed. I am four eps in and I like it but not as much as I thought I would based on the premise (Qin general and royal Concubine relive their doomed love through centuries). I think it's because while I love both Du Chun and Ady An, they have better chemistry with other costars. It's still fun though.

I got to say, I am pretty much rolling in cdramas/hkdramas right now - I am watching BBJX, Terracotta Warrior, Relics of an Emissary, Last One Standing and Four Women Conflict and Vigilantes in Masks. I don't think I will be slowing down much either because the drama that comes after the drama after BBJX is the insane cdrama-goes-lakorn "Sealed with a Kiss" with Hawick Lau and then QSHF, the Ruby/Wallace/YanKuan miseryfest which I am dying for. And the Royal Harem is bound to air soon, plus there is Ruyi and Mystery in the Palace, and Legend of the Tiger Amulet and a bunch of others.
dangermousie: (Default)
Watched ep 11 of BBJX and it was a lovely breather in the melancholy and angst. First off, loved that brief moment with Lu Wu and Thirteen when he brought Four over. The intensity in his eyes! Also, the scene with Fourteen in Mongolian disguise was cute cute cute.

Now, on to the main point: Eight/Ruoxi bloody finally!!!! I loved the horse-riding scene when he rescued her - the way he stared at her as she rode on his lap (ok, sadly that sounds much dirtier than t was :p) mmmmmmm and then literally laughing in joy when he realizes she likes him back. Then the scene in his tent when he is wounded and they hold hands and she hugs him back and chemistry aaaaaaaa! I did giggle when she looked away when he was quasi-shirtless while being treated. Damn, girl, you are not really a Manchu noblewoman, why so shy? I'd be ogling that chest for all I was worth and then tackling him down on that couch for some sexual healing. You are a 21st-century girl, come on, for the sake of all fangirls everywhere you have to do it!!!!

I really do think she is too cautious to commit to someone whose future she knows is no good and who has a bunch of complicated interpersonal relationships already. To compare it with JPLH, she is an observer, not a doer like Qing Chuan was. Hence is the tragedy, observer or not, she can't help but be drawn in.

I am not sure I will have caps from now on btw - I download almost 1gb-sized hard subs already so to also download almost 2-gb raws is kinda insane, OTOH, the Eight/Ruoxi stuff begs to be capped. Dilemmas!!!

In other drama news, I finally started watching Fight and Love with the Teraccotta Warrior properly - viki has it subbed. I am four eps in and I like it but not as much as I thought I would based on the premise (Qin general and royal Concubine relive their doomed love through centuries). I think it's because while I love both Du Chun and Ady An, they have better chemistry with other costars. It's still fun though.

I got to say, I am pretty much rolling in cdramas/hkdramas right now - I am watching BBJX, Terracotta Warrior, Relics of an Emissary, Last One Standing and Four Women Conflict and Vigilantes in Masks. I don't think I will be slowing down much either because the drama that comes after the drama after BBJX is the insane cdrama-goes-lakorn "Sealed with a Kiss" with Hawick Lau and then QSHF, the Ruby/Wallace/YanKuan miseryfest which I am dying for. And the Royal Harem is bound to air soon, plus there is Ruyi and Mystery in the Palace, and Legend of the Tiger Amulet and a bunch of others.
dangermousie: (JPLH otp)
And it's gorgeous (and English-subbed).

Love period dramas? Angsty love stories? Intrigue? Women-centric narratives? Cool costumes? Seeing Feng Shao Feng and Ady An? Then this is for you.



Looks about as cheery as the usual FSF/Ady outing. Which is, predictably, very much up my alley. (Ummmm, does he become a rebel? And gets branded? And she saves him by ditching him and agreeing to love her creepy husband as a bargain? Oh, I am so very sick).

Cannot wait.

You know, Ady is in the running for my favorite Chinese/Taiwanese actress at this rate.
dangermousie: (JPLH otp)
And it's gorgeous (and English-subbed).

Love period dramas? Angsty love stories? Intrigue? Women-centric narratives? Cool costumes? Seeing Feng Shao Feng and Ady An? Then this is for you.



Looks about as cheery as the usual FSF/Ady outing. Which is, predictably, very much up my alley. (Ummmm, does he become a rebel? And gets branded? And she saves him by ditching him and agreeing to love her creepy husband as a bargain? Oh, I am so very sick).

Cannot wait.

You know, Ady is in the running for my favorite Chinese/Taiwanese actress at this rate.
dangermousie: (JPLH otp)
And it's gorgeous (and English-subbed).

Love period dramas? Angsty love stories? Intrigue? Women-centric narratives? Cool costumes? Seeing Feng Shao Feng and Ady An? Then this is for you.



Looks about as cheery as the usual FSF/Ady outing. Which is, predictably, very much up my alley. (Ummmm, does he become a rebel? And gets branded? And she saves him by ditching him and agreeing to love her creepy husband as a bargain? Oh, I am so very sick).

Cannot wait.

You know, Ady is in the running for my favorite Chinese/Taiwanese actress at this rate.
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
For some reason, I am more excited by upcoming cdramas than twdramas, kdramas, and jdramas combined. So, behind the cut is a list. The only order is alphabetical.

I am sure you have figured out that out of all dramas, period cdramas are my favorite, so it's not surprising that this list contains so many. But a few modern dramas did sneak in.

List with summaries, vids and pics, behind the cut )
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
For some reason, I am more excited by upcoming cdramas than twdramas, kdramas, and jdramas combined. So, behind the cut is a list. The only order is alphabetical.

I am sure you have figured out that out of all dramas, period cdramas are my favorite, so it's not surprising that this list contains so many. But a few modern dramas did sneak in.

List with summaries, vids and pics, behind the cut )
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
For some reason, I am more excited by upcoming cdramas than twdramas, kdramas, and jdramas combined. So, behind the cut is a list. The only order is alphabetical.

I am sure you have figured out that out of all dramas, period cdramas are my favorite, so it's not surprising that this list contains so many. But a few modern dramas did sneak in.

List with summaries, vids and pics, behind the cut )
dangermousie: (Chuno - bw by alexandral)


I sort of assumed that if you were a denizen of a harem, the only company you got was (a) other ladies (b) eunuchs (c) emperor, who's probably old, fat and/or full of STDs.

I did not realize you get your own poseable Feng Shao Feng if you signed up. Hmmmmmm - time to consider a career change, self?

Anyway, the above is related to an upcoming period cdrama called (surprise, surprise!) The Royal Harem and it reunites Ady An and Feng Shao Feng yet again, this time as yet another star-crossed pair. She's one of the new concubines imported into the palace in order to help the emperor to produce an heir. He's...well, not the emperor. You can see how well this is going to end, I am sure.

Full disclaimer - I have no idea of the ending, but come on, who are we kidding? It's a period drama and she's the emperor's concubine. And in any event, Ady/FSF seem to specialize in shippy misery x infinity. Though when I was joking that they should start lopping limbs off for their next drama as it's about the only angsty thing that hasn't happened to them on-screen, I was kidding. But seeing they stuck them in the Ming Dynasty, apparently not.

Delicious delicious delicious caps )

Can't wait!!!
dangermousie: (Chuno - bw by alexandral)


I sort of assumed that if you were a denizen of a harem, the only company you got was (a) other ladies (b) eunuchs (c) emperor, who's probably old, fat and/or full of STDs.

I did not realize you get your own poseable Feng Shao Feng if you signed up. Hmmmmmm - time to consider a career change, self?

Anyway, the above is related to an upcoming period cdrama called (surprise, surprise!) The Royal Harem and it reunites Ady An and Feng Shao Feng yet again, this time as yet another star-crossed pair. She's one of the new concubines imported into the palace in order to help the emperor to produce an heir. He's...well, not the emperor. You can see how well this is going to end, I am sure.

Full disclaimer - I have no idea of the ending, but come on, who are we kidding? It's a period drama and she's the emperor's concubine. And in any event, Ady/FSF seem to specialize in shippy misery x infinity. Though when I was joking that they should start lopping limbs off for their next drama as it's about the only angsty thing that hasn't happened to them on-screen, I was kidding. But seeing they stuck them in the Ming Dynasty, apparently not.

Delicious delicious delicious caps )

Can't wait!!!
dangermousie: (Chuno - bw by alexandral)


I sort of assumed that if you were a denizen of a harem, the only company you got was (a) other ladies (b) eunuchs (c) emperor, who's probably old, fat and/or full of STDs.

I did not realize you get your own poseable Feng Shao Feng if you signed up. Hmmmmmm - time to consider a career change, self?

Anyway, the above is related to an upcoming period cdrama called (surprise, surprise!) The Royal Harem and it reunites Ady An and Feng Shao Feng yet again, this time as yet another star-crossed pair. She's one of the new concubines imported into the palace in order to help the emperor to produce an heir. He's...well, not the emperor. You can see how well this is going to end, I am sure.

Full disclaimer - I have no idea of the ending, but come on, who are we kidding? It's a period drama and she's the emperor's concubine. And in any event, Ady/FSF seem to specialize in shippy misery x infinity. Though when I was joking that they should start lopping limbs off for their next drama as it's about the only angsty thing that hasn't happened to them on-screen, I was kidding. But seeing they stuck them in the Ming Dynasty, apparently not.

Delicious delicious delicious caps )

Can't wait!!!

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