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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

^7 r£] Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 I 1915 Kate Lum & daughters Berda Chan & Martha Gee 'During the early 1920's, in Memphis, Tennessee, my mother, sister and myself were using a "white" public restroom. A white woman entered, surprised to see us in the restroom and stated,'' the colored rest- room is on the other side, what are you doing here?" Mrs. Lum and Mrs. Gee said "we did not leave as there was no law regarding public restrooms." In 1927, when the Lum children returned to Mississ- ippi, from Michigan, the family packed up and moved to Arkansas where there was no Exclusion Law. They settled and operated a plantation store there for the following 17 years. In view of this family's past experience, we should be proud of these Chinese pioneers, along with others, who stood up for their rights as Americans and as Chinese in America. We should take our education in high regard as an earned priviledge paid for by our Chinese predecessors. Center of English Language an ...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

I JULY 1983 v*7 \h ^ 4il South west Chinese Journal DR. JOYCE FAN HONORED BY HER SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS The Sunday School class of Dr. Joyce Fan, at the Chinese Baptist Church, gave a surprise party for her at the Golden City Restaurant on Sunday, June 12. The 30 adult men and women students presented Dr. Fan with a beautiful watch in appreciation for her unique class of 1/2 hour teaching of the bible, and 1/2 hour Mandarin Language class. Each person at the party recited some phrases in Mandarin to show Dr. Fan his progress with the language. Dr. Fan recently retired from the Houston Baptist University. She is studying French at the present time in preparation for a trip to Europe later in the summer. Page 14 Left to right Dr. Joyce Fan, Mickey Lou & Viola Chan AJI-CO TASTE SOMETHING SPECIAL TRY DELICIOUS JAPANESE FROZEN FOOD FROM AJI-CO. • SHRIMP GYOZA • SHRIMP SHUMAI • CRAB SHUMAI SHRIMP GYOZA How to prepare SHRIMP GYOZA Roasted Gyoza Fried Gyoza In a soup % Boiled Gyoza Steamed...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

JULY 1983 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 15 PRICES Susan's Kitchen ORIENTAL & SOUTH AMERICAN FOOD in Fiesta Mart 6200 Bellaire (at Hillcroft) BUSINESS HOURS: 10:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. LUNCH SPECIAL - . ( 7 days a week ) * 1 EGG ROLL y * PRAWN CRACKERS * FRIED RICE or NOODLES Plus 1 main course ( Different item every day) Pepper Steak, Curry Chicken Curry Beef, Meat Ball Sweet & Sour Chicken Sweet & Sour Pork only Mushroom Chicken mm ttm -mm- B * mn) BfflcS : £ - SI • Mm • 4= ■ H £§ B Ee3 BOSTON n / \ V. X?5 IS NOW OPEN AT l 1603 Spencer Hwy (pasadena)^j^H J)6200 Bellaire (S.W. HILL CROFT) (Mil :? 2323 WIRT RD. (N.W.)®M 'A 10401 JENSEN DR.(at 59 NORTHJttI ja±Egswtw*a&«&g& 5 3140 FULTONrfr^lI 6 2300 N. SHEPHERRD(Just South of loop 610 N.)ffrltl 7 800 S. WAYSIDE(Betweer Harrisiurg & Lawndale)rfiEI 8 5600 MYKAWA RD. (at lop 610s)&l 9 AVE H. ROSENBERG (next to Kmart) S$ft! \ f ■ C Ic 11 . nOjOpOjC; c; gogr-"o2c°o®o°cJ gcgo?c"o2§r'-P?gS?- ir- ,o . - . - .. , -...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

Page 16 II a n r u 0 J e n •I in c 1 •0 p- w t u o i- 寺 nH 南 西 JULY 1983 i 商業常識(一) 省祝之法 fv必用你的孩子 ♦ ♦««•* «♦♦««♦** #•J 以家庭企業rfljv-M.K-屮M常ffl的一項報税計剂技巧乃她 用孩帘或家中成員。允«.以小.';1的俯用敁爲#效 1將..:1所得 降到低所得• 舉例來説!倘缴付洱分之yf.十之缴税人,如若腌IH二 名小孩•各付二百•"/!.十元一個月, 1以減低六千元之收入[III 省三千元•除非小孩子另#收入,否得彼用付聯邦税收 如欲扣減所得悦•小孩之:r資必須符rr下列二項•• 1、數額必須合IT 二、工資必忠.rt正爲n作所得• 用這M方式耍fl晡记記銶顯示孩帝的工作及現,所it的 職it範阑以/in作時問•簡rfnvn之即將他們C做懈n一般IflJ 無任f"T親3?關係" 假如你的生总MAE獨资,則+須扣缴他們的社轉保險八J7., 伹是如<1-六夥人戌財_法人則必扣缴。#.吒孩,<)(的薪忾一年 不超過Hr三rf^l:,也不須扣缴所得税‘ 在.>妊和乾中俽出係帘還-ff一倘燴點’它的傾攸還勝於 減低所得税,即111法得常,孩.'ft們將门I:作屮飧作珍i'('的經 驗與矜训而深入了解,!•錢的ra俏與如何迚用• 州巡早中形,古市在下來 郸南,代已市國城。地出 河會商就城中的一州掘 是省在期成是老之郸發 I 河噺席山少; ▼及. m m 紐約聯AH锿,立場公正,VS論桁辟,指陳時敝, 敢a敢寫,三Fq卜年如| 向爲華僑愛战,卞相 支持,木锿此期將该裉吐淪蜱敕,闪篇幅關係,乂 敬敷先生之「加强_结呔阀進取」淪文留待F明洱 本報創刊,瞬逾_r十戴•連同前身中美 週報計算在內,則逾四十年•在此不能算短 的數十年中,承蕨儒界俊傑,念其愚誠•鼎力支持•始能 克服萬般困纗•蔚然成爲華僑I個堅固的文化堡壘。衷心 ■之餘,無時不以才弱任重,韶華虚度,無補時艱,深 自汗顔。惟I可以告慰.的,是我們始終與僑胞同在• I直 堅持原則•爲所標揭的使命而#闘,雖未能爲國家•«除 奸凶•對社•有所建樹•自問却未爲富贵所淫,威武所屈 •數十年來,升官發財檄會,俯拾卽是•我們却依然故我 .消茶淡飯•搖筆桿自娛,BJ以告無罪於僑界者,惟此而 已丨 ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

JULY 1983 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 17 台山水樓小学 改辦中學附小 (本報通訊)廣東台山水榷鄉 .甲在W年前13興新學,六十 多年的得该鄉旅美加昆仲莽款 興边黄牆緑瓦,規模宏大之由 涧新校舍• +但造就該鄉+少 拔爷鄰鄉父老都紛紛送 子弟往該處就凍,由於該鄉 K 视教t,辦學認真,學生成績 水哔..:r所以校辨一向爲人瓚 道丨遁來祖國政策改變,該校 已rlfn冉,电而三向海外昆仲 薅款修作校令‘1.在第三n稈落 成典槽之n,經大江公社敉g 辦主任李鏡洲提意把該校由小 爭改爲中學,附加小學•纯該 鄉父老,同意符成,很快就正 式改辦云_ 紅約華蜂新設中學 命名「孫逸仙中學」 (紐約訊)在華埠新設立的一 I'irM約中吵將命名爲「孫逸仙 中平」,以紀念中華民國國父 孫逸仙先生• 紐約第一 i^區委員搿的八 位委员昨晚舉行舍議時•丨」一 致通過这項述議, 紐約華僑社會對這項衣決 結果,深感0興*這實際上是 他們數週努力所獲的f項勝利 孫逸仙先生是一位國際聞 名的政治家和衍爭家,妝且他 的政治思想與关阈的觀點類似 •今紐約華埠中岑命名「孫逸 仙中岑」以紀念孫先生,姑械 有怠義的,我們一向鈥賊孫先 那柙救國救民的大志,及其大 公無私的人格,對此%电感欣 t'0 他們又说,這所舉校的大 部份岑生都是華裔,M時,華 倫社肯/|-:簿款設立這所學校方 "Iftl作T很大貢獻• 蹈當 佳 口 台 國立鹌專韻访問i«七月九H 十日抵休表演,晚會入場券 開始預售, 休士頓華商青年協會,爲提供 僑社康樂服務,又促進華裔茂 年對中國傳統文化、藝術的認 識,特邀請極具盛名的國立 #:專中華舞蹈WIKJ來休十頓作 爲期兩天的訪問,並推出兩場 的舞蹈雀演晚舍,與我休h頓 區僑胞共歡渡初兑晚間的時光 王蚧女士簡介 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII EHTAL 7131 228 0 fHJSK HO 1:11:00ll iOllf業六 里期二休JH ;E ON Tl (第一場舞蹈衣演) 時間:七月九口 (M期六)晚 上七時半 地點:木ffrw^]區 John Fostnr Du 二 eut工石了 schoo 一 (500 DE一es Ave. Stafford》 (第!;場舞蹈4演) 時間-七月十n (黾期门)晚 上七時杉 地點:...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

一 .::'|'-岭一九七一 一尔)榮摊/、卬一將rsi (j中的M侏教呼獎。 |片名的 rT H fan - J.Tony IB:臂侪 S5 新 李无念當選爲中華人民共扣 國主席 (中國新聞吐北京六月十八日!f )七十四 效的中共中央政治局常委李先念,今天下午在 六届全國人大一次會議上彼選爲中華人民共和 國主席• 國家主席的職位是新至法中恢a設立的0 它根槭全國人大及其常委會昀決定公佈法律, 任免國務院組成人員,授予觔章和榮W稱號• 發沛特敕令r戒嚴令、勖員令。a佈戰爭狀態 ;對外ft表中華人民共和國• 鄧小平當選爲中華入民共和 國中央軍事委員曾主席 (中國新M«t北京六月十八日電)中華人 民共和國中央軍事委員會主席昀職務•今天由 六屆全國人大一次蠡議選舉鄧小平拽任•他同 時仍是中共中央軍委主席• 至親港溯辺炻 Ti It E、則流條?2 S „ f不旅R ;市知造香咭一 ^ 枳遊霈上線的港州中份香 已,九十共,至市阈 #啦 開交個一長髂咭的新丨^歴 副通小個二快州©閒虮至 了部時小百速航達社 悟 有門•時三苫線客南 工 空將為便十輪使輪寧 少卜丨 调舉方可六用將六 直 設辦便到海可的於月 備車杏達里敕x七十 g 的船港,,客輪月一 各 旅聯旅而從一是份日 輪 n •到梧港二, g航一 T! 車逆贯州至十英•杳 於 墀梧西至梧位惲 港 七 線州探香州•魁 至 廣州六熔寺重建大殿舉行灑 淨奐基典禮 (中國新聞社廣州六月十二日電)昨天丨 廣州六榕寺隆重擧行大殿灑淨奠基典禮•近千 名僧衆、信徒以及省、市宗敎部門的負責人參 加了破土奠基儀式• 廣州市佛敎協會會長、六榕寺主持雲峰法 潁僧衆在佛前誦唸「揚技淨水」贊、大悲 咒等上亊和舉行奠基破土儀式• 六榕寺是廣州市著名佛敎占剎,始創於梁 代大同三年(公元五三七年)*原名賓莊嚴寺 和舍利塔•宋初毁於火,北宋端拱11年(公元 九八九年)重建•改名淨.#寺和千佛塔•元符 II军(公元I 一雰零年)蔴東坡到寺遊覽丨留 題「六榕」兩字,後人遂稱爲六榕寺•新中國 珙立後,人民政府曾多次撥款維修•在十年動 間•六榕寺和花塔均遭到嚴重破壤,j九 七八年,廣州市人民政府曾撥巨款維修花塔和 六粗殿•這次人民政府又撥款二十萬元資助六 榕寺重建大雄寶殿、觀音殿、說法堂、禪堂等 殿宇•內地及港澳地區佛敎信徒共捩捐三萬多 §助• 電影《火燒圓明園...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1983

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 August 1983

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 8 No. 8 P.O.BOX 18603 iflj ill HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 AUGUST 1983 Life in These United States As Seen Through Asian Eyes BY DR. BALDWIN H. TOM Open Letter to the Readers: Six months ago 1 prepared a summary of my Far East lec- ture tour for this paper (Jan-Feb issue). Mr. Gene Lee of SWCJ considered the articles interesting and offered to publish other thoughts that I might have as a Chinese American. I have done so (June-July issues). Being able to verbalize some thoughts that have built up over the years has allowed me to gain insight and under- standing about myself and about the society around me. The opportunity that was provided me to visit China, both the Mainland and Taiwan, has given me additional perspective as a Chinese American as to my ancestral beginnings. I think there are others of you who have the same kinds of thoughts, and certainly have other types of life experiences as an American of Chine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 August 1983

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AUGUST 1983 & I t Ml Southwest Chinese Journal P.-,g. l KEEPING RECORDS - HOW LONG BY GEORGE YEITER CPA Organizing, filing and retaining old records is a bur- den for many businesses and households. The following types of records and retention periods are general guide- lines and should be tempered by your own business and in- vestment concerns. RECORDS Cancelled Checks Bank Deposit Slips Bank Statements Tax Returns Expense Reports Entertainment Records Financial Statements Contracts Minutes of Meetings Corporate Stock Records Employee Records Depreciation Schedules Real Estate Rcords Journal & General Ledger Inventory Record RETENTION PERIOD 3 years 3 years 6 years Permanent 3 years 3 years Permanent Permanent Life of company Permanent Period of employment plus 3 years Life of business plus 3 years Permanent Life of business plus 3 years 3 years The normal statute of limitations on federal returns is three years. Under some circumstances it is six years, and if you fail to ...

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Page 4 v*j i£) Southwest Chinese Journal AUGUST 1983 COMMUNITY NEWS Representing Houston at the National Chinese American Citizens Alliance Convention in Salinas, California will be Bill Woo, Grand Executive; Lewis Yee, Grand Represen- tative; Gordon Quan, Vice President; Sherman Toy, Dele- gate and Sylvia Quan, alternate. Police Chief Lee Brown met with over sixty leaders of the Asian community at Peng's Restaurant on June 30, 1983. Chief Brown expressed a great desire to work closely with the Asian community in working against crime in Houston. New Rice University grad, Madeline Choi, has joined the prestigious Law Firm of Vinson and Elkins as a re- search assistant. Madeline is the daughter of Mrs. Edwin Choi. Accountant Johnson Leo has announced his engagement to Dresser Industries' Roberta Lew. Dr. Katrina Koo has joined the Memorial City Dental Center. Dr. Koo, a recent graduate of The University of Texas Dental School at San Antonio is the sister of Michael and Grace Koo. DAV...

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AUGUST 1983 r£] ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 VIEW POINT BY SHARON LEE FACTS: Twenty years ago, it was highly unusual to see Chinese dating anyone besides other Chinese. In 1983, however, many young Chinese Houstonians date non-Chinese but the topic of interracial dating and marriage remains a contro- versial one. QUESTION: What are your feelings about interracial dating? Marriage? OPINION: RANDY JEW, 20, HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE, JUNIOR: "I think it is okay about dating. I do it. I would marry a person of another race if we get along." Randy, who has encountered some conflicts with his parents on the subject, said, "You know how old-fashioned parents o IT DAMON GEE, 19, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, JUNIOR: "I'd probably marry a Chinese girl, but I think it's very important that she is a Christian. That's the most important thing." Damon said he has never felt the need to date anybody other than Chinese. He said, "I'm com- fortable dating Chinese. Chinese people are kind of special. I...

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Page 6 <*7 t*) ^ Ml Southwest Chinese Journal AUGUST 1983 BRUCE LEE - THE LEGEND LIVES ON BY HUGH TOM CHIN This article is a personal tribute to the late Bruce Lee, perhaps one of the greatest -martial artists of all time. I feel it is only appropriate to honor a fellow Chinese American on the tenth anniversary of his death on July 20, 1973. Although I never met Bruce Lee personally, I feel like I have come to know him quite well through my research into his life. Most of us think of Bruce Lee as the kung-fu expert in movies like "The Chinese Connection" and "Enter the Dragon." He was often described as "the man with the golden punch." His fighting skills are well choreograph- ed in each of his major movies. However, I do not admire him simply for his fighting skills. That would be too superficial. There are other great martial artists who have appeared in movies also. Chuck Norris, Jim Kelly, Joe Lewis, Benny "The Jet" Urquidez, and Bruce Li are just a few. I was impressed by th...

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AUGUST 1983 ^ r£j It ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 The Family Physician DR. NELLIE P, GROSE Visiting the family physician before leaving the States is an important part of careful preparation for foreign travel according to Dr. Nellie P. Grose. For the safety of one's health, Nellie believes all countries to be visited should be mentioned to a physi- cian. Certain vaccines, such as those for cholera, typhoid and yellow fever, are still required in some countries. Because diseases such as polio, diptheria and tetanus are still found throughout the world, immuniza- tion shots should be kept current. Several vaccines require multiple doses at intervals of four weeks or more. Others should not be given simultan- eously with certain other vaccines. So, it is best to plan immunization scheduling as far in advance as pos- sible. Nellie gave a word of advice concerning diarrhea, a common traveller's problem. She advised that one should not drink the water, eat uncooked food or foods so...

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Page 8 £) fo & Southuest Chinese Journal AUGUST 1983 PERSONALITY PROFILE: TOM NG WT&f, :Ov snt Tom Ng swapped car parts for his first guitar in 1978 and in January of this year, he fulfilled a dream by joining a Houston rock band—The Businessmen. Tom has never taken a music lesson. "It's (music) self-taught," said Tom, who does not play to sheet music. "It's all in the mind. It's just an instinct." Tom, 21, whose idols include Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Jimmy Page, said, "Rock and Roll is an attitude. It's high energy.'' He played in serveral "minor" bands while attending Bellaire High School but with The Businessmen, Tom has the chance to perform various "gigs", playing assignments, in Houston clubs with a band that has already cut an album. "I was influenced a lot by ray sister, Valerie," Tom said concerning his love for rock and roll. "My sister is kind of like a backbone. We like the same thing." Tom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ng, finds time to work at his parents' ...

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AUGUST 1983 v?7 rtj ^ t MX Southwest Chinese Journal Pa** 9 miss chinatowns houston" continued from page 1 1971 Cheelan Bo-Linn 1972 Cookie Joe 1971 CHEELAN BO-LINN MISS CHINATOWN HOUSTON Cheelan is presently at the State University of New York at Buffalo studying for her doctorate in computer music. She possesses a double masters degree in music from the University of Houston, and in music therapy from the University of Kansas. She will attend the Univ- ersity of Illinois soon. Cheelan is married to a State University of New York professor of psychology. Her family relays that being Miss Chinatown has en- riched Cheelan's life through meeting people and having a chance to travel. Cheelan was the first offical Hous- ton representative to be sent to San Francisco for the Miss Chinatown U.S.A. pageant. She was selected Miss Talent in the national pageant. "There are many, many pleasant memories for Cheelan during her year as Miss Chinatown Houston and we could see that she enjoyed it ...

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Page 10 tfrj ^ 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal AUGUST 1983 1 975 JUM LEif miss CHINATOWN texas 1976 Doris Leong 1976 Alisa Toy 1977 Shirley Ng Jeannette 6oh Judy is now settling down in San Francisco with her husband, Rodney Arthur Wong. A 1982 law school graduate from the University of Texas at Austin, Judy was the first Miss Texas Chinatown. When asked about her year as a beauty title winner, Judy enthusiastically responded, "my life was affected tremendously! The whole experience was unique. Rodney and I met during the festivities. He was a pageant committee member." "The title allowed me to do a lot of traveling," cont- inued Judy, "meeting many people and making lasting friendships. It was very educational for me as it let me experience my Chinese culture, tradition and beliefs." Judy won the 1st runner up honor in the 1976 Miss China town U.S.A. pageant. She received a trip to the Orient as one of her awards. "I probably would have never been able to go there," she said, "if I h...

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AUGUST 1983 ^7 r£} Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 7 9 76 ALISA TO/ MISS CHINATOWN TEXAS Alisa is the mother of an eight month old daughter, Lindsay, and is married to Kenneth Bond Eng. A 1980 graduate in textiles and merchandising from the Univ- ersity of Houston, Alisa formerly worked as a fashion coordinator for a major department store. "I was 19 years old, when I won the title. It gave me travel opportunities to San Francisco and the Orient , I would not otherwise have been able to afford at that time," disclosed Alisa. "I met a lot of people from various walks of life and had a lot of public exposure which allowed me to see things in a different perspec- tive." As a representative she felt she had to do her best to fulfill her responsibility as Miss Texas China- town. Participating in the pageant "enforced" her feel- ings about being a Chinese. "In San Francisco," she recalled, "Chinese New Year is celebrated so much more than in Houston. Being 5th generation and not speakin...

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Page 12 & rtj Southwest Chinese Journal AUGUST 1983 "LIFE IN THESE UNITED continued from p. 1 STATES" In our self-serving ways we have ideas that are only our own which we would prefer to sell rather than give to someone. It is this entrepreneurship, this maverick mentality, that permeates the entire American society. I suggest that a large part of this attitude is based on our diverse mix of old and new immigrants and ethnic groups that have come to America for its freedom of personal expression. It is this type of individualis- tic thinking that allows us to remain strong. It is well known that if you were to bet on a country in times of crisis, never bet against the United States. This has been proven in the past; 1 am confident and have total faith, and indeed, bet my life on it that this will occur again. That is, we will rise to the occasion as a country to overcome all obstacles. fh the meantime, because of the individualistic nature of our society, things sometimes do lo...

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