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Sally Allnut-ES Visual Arts Teacher 3
Sally Allnutt
Visual Arts

Sally Allnutt

Sally is from Victoria, Australia. She completed her Bachelor of Education, Visual Arts, in Melbourne and has been involved in Primary and Secondary education in rural and metropolitan schools in Victoria, the Northern Territory and Queensland for many years. Sally has taught in a variety of institutions including hospital schools and correctional centre facilities. She is immersed in Arts Education having been involved in Visual Arts and Media Educational organizations throughout Australia.

Teaching internationally has developed her passion for the PYP program  and the inquiry approach to learning. Taking risks, inquiring, thinking critically, and reflecting on learning encourages students to be active participants in the arts. Sally enjoys the challenge of teaching in the  Elementary school, and works enthusiastically with her students to explore all aspects of the  visual arts and technology. Her hope is to encourage students to take visual art out of the classroom and into the environment and the community.

Sally’s interests include traveling, digital media and photography, drawing and exploring all cultural diversity China has to offer.

Jo-Ann Boyce ECC
Jo-Ann Boyce
Pre-Kindergarten Homeroom

Jo-Ann Boyce

Jo-Ann has been teaching in international schools since 2009. She was born in the Philippines and later moved to Taiwan with her parents. She is a passionate early childhood teacher and believes in practicing play-based learning to stimulate curiosity and encourage exploration in young children.

Jo-Ann has a Bachelors degree in Chemistry, and a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education. She is also a licensed secondary education teacher in Physical Science. She has taught the Montessori and IB Primary Years Program before coming to BCIS. She feels very blessed to have a teaching experience in both programs and it helped her tremendously in working and understanding young children. She is thrilled to be a part of the BCIS family. It is her dream to pursue further studies in Human Development and Early Childhood Intervention in the future. 

Jo-Ann loves traveling and spending time with her husband Michael and 15-year-old daughter Beryll. Every year they look forward in spending the summer in Wisconsin, USA and be with family and friends. She also enjoys cooking and discovering new recipes and doing arts and crafts activities with her daughter. Jo-Ann and her family feel very privileged to become part of Beijing’s international community. 

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Alicia Brena Nuno
Pre-Kindergarten Homeroom
Pre-Kindergarten Team Leader

Alicia Brena Nuno

Alicia is a passionate teacher from Madrid, Spain. She loves working with children and believes that the quality of education a person receives in early life is critical in bringing out that person’s potential, and that all children should have access to quality learning and care.

Alicia gained her Bachelor of Early Years Education at the Autonomous University of Madrid in 2002. She completed her degree with an internship in a Spanish school in Paris, France, which she was awarded with honours.

After finishing her degree, Alicia moved to London, England, where she worked as an Early Years teacher for 4 years and obtained her Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). After experiencing working with native children, she moved back to Madrid, Spain, where she taught 4 more years as a Pre-Kindergarten teacher in a bilingual school.

As a passionate traveller, Alicia and her husband Jorge, decided to travel around Asia in 2011. They visited many different countries and had many great experiences. While travelling, they were attracted to the Chinese culture and people. This led to a decision to stay in Beijing, China.

Since arriving in Beijing, Alicia worked at an international kindergarten for 1 year before receiving the opportunity to join BCIS. She is very happy and grateful for this opportunity and really enjoys working at BCIS.

When Alicia is not working, she loves to plan her next trip with her husband, have long chats with friends and family, cook, and read.

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Cathy Chen
Chinese

Cathy Chen

Cathy Chen is from Beijing, China.  Cathy has worked as a teaching assistant at BCIS since 2009, before that she worked at FLTRP (Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press) as a language teacher of both English and Chinese.  She holds a bachelors degree in literature, and a masters in linguistics from Beijing Normal University, as well as her teacher’s certificate. Before joining BCIS, Cathy also edited a book, called “Fun Fun English” which was subsequently published. In her spare time, Cathy likes reading, swimming and traveling with family and friends!

Mary Deng
Mary Deng
Chinese Studies

 

Mary Deng

 

Mary Deng is from the south of China. She graduated with a BA in Pre-school Education, and also holds a teacher certificate in Pre-school Education. She has three years'  experience as a homeroom teacher and a Kindergarten Chinese teacher before joining BCIS. She learned a lot about real teaching and real children beyond just what you find in the textbook.

Mary has been working at BCIS since 2010. She is very excited to be working with people from around the world, and really appreciates the opportunities to learn about PYP, differentiation, and investigation. She loves to share Chinese culture with her students not just the language, but in other interesting and engaging ways as well. In Mary’s class, she likes her students to learn Chinese naturally and happily. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, swimming, reading, singing and spending time with family and friends.

Hannah Douglas ECC
Hannah Douglas
Pre-Kindergarten Homeroom / Pre-Kindergarten Team Leader

Hannah Douglas

Hannah is from the UK and has been working internationally since 2003. After teaching kindergarten in Mexico and volunteering at a literacy program for migrant workers' children, she gained her Bachelor's Degree in International Politics and Modern Languages from Leeds University, UK in 2002. She then worked for the local education authorities in their Widening Participation scheme for community outreach, while also volunteering at a children's charity for immigrants.

Hannah then moved to Paris, France, where she worked and also completed a Post-graduate Degree in Communications and Marketing. In 2006, she traveled to Beijing with her husband and continued to work in Communications first at the British Embassy, where she was awarded an MBE for her contributions, and later at the British Council, the Culture and Education section of the Embassy.

Hannah re-trained into teaching in 2012 and completed her PGCE with Nottingham University (Post-graduate Eertificate in Education) in 2014 with a focus on international learning environments and early years education. Since 2011, she has been providing supply teaching at BCIS and volunteering at a local children's hospice.

Hannah loves working with children and is passionate about sharing knowledge through experience. In her spare time she loves traveling with her family, discovering new countries, cultures, languages, and food. A keen communicator, she is fluent in French, Spanish, Chinese, and English, Hannah is delighted to bring all of her experience and enthusiasm to the BCIS community.

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Dean Eddington
Pre-Kindergarten Homeroom / Activities Team Leader

Dean Eddington

Dean was born and raised in Tasmania, where he also received his Bachelor of Human Movement Degree, majoring in Health and Physical Education. Past teaching experiences have led him to teach in China, Hong Kong, and Australia. Before joining the BCIS team in 2008, he held a teaching position at Holy Rosary Primary School, Tasmania. During his time there, he taught Physical Education and the Grades 3/4 classrooms. He is excited about enriching children's lives through exercise and sport.

When Dean is not teaching, he enjoys spending time with his family, bike riding, having dinner at Hot Pot restaurants, and playing a variety of sports. His family is also a part of BCIS, with his three children enrolled in the school and his wife, Megan, teaching in the Secondary School Library.

 

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Vanessa Ellison
Pre-Kindergarten Homeroom / Literacy Team Leader

Vanessa Ellison

Vanessa is originally from the North-West of England and graduated from Birmingham University in 1997 with a BEd (Hons) specializing in English. She has taught in various schools across the North-West, teaching all grade levels. During her teaching career, she has been a Literacy Consultant where she had the opportunity to support teachers in their teaching of reading, writing, and phonics.

Vanessa’s previous position was that of Deputy Headteacher and Early Years Leader in a primary school in Bolton, UK. She is most passionate about Early Childhood Teaching and joined the Kindergarten team at BCIS in August 2013. She moved to Beijing with her husband, Mark, who is a Secondary School MYP Design Technology Teacher and their daughters, who are students at BCIS. Vanessa is delighted to be part of the BCIS community.

Outside the classroom, Vanessa enjoys dining out, reading, going to watch theater shows, and spending quality time with her family.

 

Helen Everrit
Helen Everitt
Nursery Homeroom

Helen Everitt

Helen comes to Beijing from Devon in the south of England. After completing a degree in Applied Social Studies at Lancaster University, she attained the Post-graduate Qualification of Early Years Professional Status, also at Lancaster University, with a specialism in working with 0-5 year olds.

She moved to Jakarta, Indonesia, to work as a Nursery Homeroom Teacher and IT Coach for Jakarta World Academy. It was in her four years there that she discovered a passion for technology. She enjoys combining this with her early years expertise to help children get the very best from their learning experiences.

After working alongside Chinese partner teachers in Jakarta, Helen has been excited discovering all that China, with its history, heritage, and culture, has to offer. She is joined in Beijing by her husband Andy and their son Harrison. In her spare time, she enjoys swimming, baking, and exploring the local area.

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Ingrid Folkestad
Toddler Homeroom

Ingrid Folkestad

Ingrid is endlessly inspired by the challenges and rewards of daily interactions with children and has been teaching young learners since 2009, primarily in multicultural school settings. Prior to moving to Beijing, she lived and taught in the United States, Cambodia, and Vietnam. 

Ingrid is originally from Bend, Oregon, USA and holds a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies, as well as a Master’s of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Early Childhood Education. She is honored to be a part of the BCIS family and the Toddler Program, and is thrilled to be guiding her students through the PYP framework.

Ingrid lives here in Beijing with her husband. She loves to travel and explore nature. In her free time, she can be found hiking, camping, scuba diving, cooking, practicing yoga, and exploring the world!

 

Ilich Yosif Granados ECC
Ilich Granados
Physical Education

Ilich Granados

Ilich was born and raised in Pamplona, Colombia where he completed his primary and secondary studies. He then moved to the United States in 2006 to earn his Bachelor Degree in Science from the University of Texas at Arlington. In 2012, he and his wife moved to Tokyo and he started to get involved in education as a volunteer teacher and a football coach.

In 2014, he moved to Beijing and after feeling welcomed by the BCIS community, he entered the educational field and worked as a volunteer, teacher assistant, and long term substitute PE teacher at the ECC. Being part of BCIS as an educator led him to pursue and obtain a TEFL Certification and a Postgraduate Certification in Education from the University of Nottingham in England. 

Ilich is a very active person. He likes sports and enjoys challenging himself to new physical activities. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing football, kitesurfing, exercising, and playing the drums. He appreciates nature and outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and backpacking. He is eager to be part of the ECC team to inspire students to develop interest in sports, physical activities, and healthy habits. 

 

Liza Maksymchuk
Toddler Homeroom

Liza Maksymchuk

Liza Maksymchuk is a trained and qualified teacher with nearly 10 years of experience, and has been living and working in China since 2007. She is originally from Ukraine, where she studied at the National Pedagogical University and received a Master’s Degree in teaching and linguistics. During her studies she was granted a scholarship to study and live in China. Through her studies both in Ukraine and China, Liza studied Chinese Language and Culture and is fluent in both written and oral Chinese. Additionally she is fluent in English, Russian and Ukrainian.

Her teaching experience includes an early education school based in Beijing, teaching children between the ages of 1-5. Most recently she has been employed at a widely recognized Public Experimental School in Beijing teaching Grade 1 and Grade 4 students.

Liza is a mother to a young daughter, Nadia. Being familiar with BCIS and the outstanding learning environment that it offers, it was the first choice when selecting a school for her daughter. Liza is passionate about teaching and inspiring young children. As a mother she truly understands the importance of early childhood education, both intellectual and emotional. Her caring and nurturing nature is a good fit for the vision and the values of BCIS. Liza always treats children in her care as if they were her own. 

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Suzanne McKemey
Teacher Librarian / Literacy Team Leader

Suzanne McKemey

Suzanne is originally from the United States where she received her Elementary Teaching Degree from Ball State University in Indiana. She has taught in schools in Indiana and Oregon, as well as the Antwerp International School in Belgium. Her teaching experience ranges from Pre-kindergarten through Grade 6. She is passionate about children’s literature and enjoys sharing her love of reading as the Teacher Librarian in the ECC. She is very happy to be a member of the BCIS Community and a member of the Early Childhood team.

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Lily Meng
Chinese Studies

Lily Meng

Lily Meng is from Liaoning Province of China. She graduated with a BA in Chinese Language Arts and she has also gained her teacher’s certification.

Lily enjoys her time with students  and she loves teaching Chinese. She would like more people to know about Chinese language and culture and teaching at an international school is a perfect way to share her passion.

During the many professional development opportunities at BCIS Lily has learned more about the PYP and she fully supports the philosophy.  She feels that working at an IB World international school has allowed her to develop professionally and she feels very warm in this community.

In her spare time, Lily likes listening to the music, running, meeting friends and playing badminton.

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Sarah Metzger
Kindergarten Homeroom

Sarah Metzger

Sarah is from Scunthorpe, UK and has been teaching internationally since 2006. She completed her Bachelor of Education (with History) Honors Degree at Liverpool Hope University in 2004 before starting her career at The London Oratory School where she was an English and Math Specialist Teacher. She then moved to Virginia, USA, where she worked as a Grade 2 Teacher in the public school system. She has since worked in Istanbul as a Grade 2 Teacher and Math Coordinator; in Tokyo, Japan, as a Kindergarten Teacher; and in Hannover, Germany as a Grade 3 teacher. She has attended many IBO PYP workshops.

Sarah feels very lucky to have been able to travel and experience a wide variety of cultures over the last few years. She enjoys reading, baking, and long chats with friends.

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Mubanga Mulenga
Music

Mubanga Mulenga

Mubanga, known to friends as Muby, hails from Zambia. She has also lived in Tanzania and Canada. She obtained her Bachelor's in Education from Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as well as her Teacher’s Diploma in Montessori Studies, and a Certificate in Multiple Intelligences in Early Childhood Education.

She has 12 years of international teaching experience, having worked in places including the New Bridge English Center, Australian International School, Ivy School, and Beanstalk International Bilingual School. She loves living in China and has yet to experience all that China has to offer.

In her spare time she volunteers in various charitable organizations, enjoys traveling, reading, meditating, swimming, experimenting on recipes, and being a mother to her three wonderful children. She is excited to be part of the BCIS family.

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Anna Pundach
Kindergarten Homeroom

Anna Pundach

Anna is from Australia and has been teaching internationally since 2003. She graduated from the University of Newcastle, NSW, in 2002 with a Bachelor in Teaching and specializes in Early Childhood Education. She brings positive energy to the classroom through songs and enthusiasm. She is also passionate about teaching young children.

Anna worked for several government schools in Australia where she enjoyed teaching children of various ages as a supply teacher. She then moved to Thailand where she taught from Nursery to Grade 12 at various bilingual and international schools. In 2004, she began working as a Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten teacher at an international school in Bangkok before taking on the role of Early Years Coordinator for four years.

Anna enjoys socializing with her friends in her spare time, as well as swimming, doing yoga, and singing karaoke. She is pleased to be a part of the warm and dedicated team at BCIS and enjoys the new experiences that Beijing has to offer.

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Dr. Reed Rhodes
Learning Support Teacher

Dr. Reed Rhodes

Dr. Reed Rhodes holds a Ph.D. and two M.A. Ed degrees in Special Education. From 1978 to 1995, he taught students in the US with a wide range of exceptional learning needs in a variety of settings, including preschool, resource room, self-contained, co-teaching, and Juvenile Hall. In 1996, he was hired to set up and coordinate the Special Needs Program at the International School of Phnom Penh (ISPP) in Cambodia where he taught until 2005. During this time, ISPP became an IBO World school, and he worked collaboratively with teachers at the PYP, MYP, and DP levels. From 2005 until 2007, he worked as an assistant professor in special education at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he was named Outstanding Professor in 2007 by the Services for Students with Disabilities program.  In 2007, he was hired to set up the Learning Support Program at BCIS. He has worked as a Learning Support teacher at all levels of the school over the past ten years. Currently, he is the Learning Support teacher at the ECC where he believes that early intervention leads to better outcomes for students with special needs.

Reed, his wife, and their three children continue to enjoy the many opportunities living in Beijing provides. Within the larger Beijing community, he has served as the Membership Chair of the Special Education Network in Beijing (SENIB) for the past eight years since its inception.

 

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Liz Schembri
Nursery Homeroom / IT Team Leader

Liz Schembri

Liz is from Adelaide in Australia. She completed her Bachelor of Education Junior Primary/Primary at Flinders University. She has taught in a number of schools in Adelaide and in the UK. With a passion for literacy and "Reading Recovery," Liz was a Key Literacy Coordinator at Holy Family Catholic School prior to traveling to the UK. She traveled to China in October 2007 to visit her sister who lives in Beijing. While in the city, she had the opportunity to tour BCIS and thinks it is an inspiring place in which to teach and a wonderful environment for her sons to go to school.

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Kelly Shanks
Kindergarten Homeroom

Kelly Shanks

Kelly is an Early Childhood Teacher and has been teaching internationally for nearly 10 years. She is from New Zealand, which is where she began her teaching career, including early childhood teaching and working as part of an early intervention team. Her daughter is currently studying at Waikato University in New Zealand.

Kelly has a Bachelor of Education and a Diploma of Teaching. She has taught the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) for many years and is passionate about the learning opportunities this program offers children. She believes it is every child’s right to know how special they are.

Kelly’s first international teaching position was in Doha, Qatar at Qatar Academy. She worked as a Pre-school Teacher and a group leader. She then moved to Dubai and took a position at Gems World Academy as a Nursery Teacher. She then moved to Perth, Australia and managed an early childhood center offering care and education for children up to five years old. Now at BCIS, she is an Early Childhood Teacher for our Toddler Program.

Kelly enjoys the caring community at BCIS and is excited to be living in such a vibrant, culturally rich, and unique country.

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Inés Suanzes
Nursery Homeroom

Inés Suanzes

Inés is originally from Madrid, Spain. She gained a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from King Juan Carlos I University in Madrid in 2000, and after a few months working with Alzheimer’s patients, she went back to college to pursue a degree in Education. She graduated in 2004 from the Complutense University of Madrid, with a Major in Elementary Education, and a Minor in Speech Therapy and Hearing difficulties. During her last year of college, she was the recipient of a European Eramus Scholarship. She spent six months in Beja, South Portugal, where she worked with mainstreamed Down Syndrome children and children with hearing impairment as part of her student teaching program at an Early Education Center.

After graduation, Inés worked in Madrid as an Early Childhood Teacher at an English Immersion School for two years. She moved to Tyler, Texas in 2006, where she started working as a Kindergarten teacher in a Spanish/English bilingual program for Tyler Independent School District. During her nice years in Texas, she got her teaching certifications in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Bilingual Education, Special Ed, and Reading Recovery. She worked in two different schools as a Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade Teacher, Reading Recovery Teacher, and Response to Intervention Teacher. She also worked in an oral language development program with Prekindergarten and Kindergarten students at risk to promote their future literacy skills. She moved back to Madrid in 2015, where she taught in an English immersion program in Early Childhood and First Grade for two years. She joined the BCIS family in 2017.

Inés is a very passionate teacher who believes Early Childhood Education is crucial for children and their success as future adults.

Outside the classroom, Inés enjoys practicing Crossfit and Weightlifting. She loves cooking and learning new recipes. She is a volunteer in a middle school is South Beijing where she works with migrant workers’ children in the Character Education program. She loves China and is very excited about teaching with the BCIS ECC team!

 

Morgan Townsend
Morgan Townsend
Music and Physical Education

Morgan Townsend

 

Morgan comes from Nanaimo, a small coastal city in the province of British Colombia. For the past six year, he has been living and teaching abroad and has taught in both South Korea and China.

Morgan is passionate about teaching, languages, and writing. Also, he likes to believe he is a pretty good cook.

Morgan received his Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing from Vancouver Island University in 2011. He later became TEFL certified in order to further his teaching career.

Prior to Beijing, Morgan lived in Seoul, South Korea for two years, working as both a kindergarten and English teacher. For the past four years, he has been living and working in Beijing as a high school English Teacher, a children's yoga instructor and finally as an ECC educator.

Morgan is very grateful for the opportunity to teach at BCIS and be part of such a wonderful community. He considers Beijing his second home.

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Debora Ventura
Kindergarten Homeroom / Kindergarten Team Leader

 

Debora Ventura

Debora comes from Italy, and after completing her Bachelor between Padua and London (English-French and Modern Literature), she obtained her teaching certificate. Since 2000, she has been a passionate educator, working in different grades from Kindergarten to Secondary School before moving to Beijing in 2013 with her husband and her three children, all of them BCIS students.

Since she joined the BCIS community, she has first been involved as an English teacher volunteering with the PTA group, and in 2015 she started supply teaching at the ECC as a Kindergarten Homeroom Teacher. In 2014-2015, she also undertook a Masters course at the University of Nottingham (Postgraduate Certificate in Education International) with a special focus on International Education and Early Years Education.

Debora loves teaching and is passionate about sharing her experience with her team and her children. She considers herself very lucky to work in the international environment of BCIS and for having the chance to explore and getting to know Chinese culture, history, and tradition. A keen communicator, she is fluent in French, Italian, and English, and can also count on German and Chinese. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, dining out, and walking around the town discovering those nice spots that might be less popular but not less fascinating! She is also very keen on photography, baking, and swimming.

 

 

Dan Zhu
Dan Zhu
Chinese Studies Team leader

Dan Zhu

Dan graduated from New York University with a Master of Teaching English as a Second Language and Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language.

She has worked with students from Grade 1 to high school before joining the ECC and finding what she is most passionate about. Learning new things in education, especially in the early years, excites her. She is happy to be able to integrate play-based learning and the PYP curriculum in Chinese teaching and learning. She likes to see her students being happy, curious, and engaged learners.

In her spare time, Dan enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also loves reading and hiking. She feels very blessed to be part of the warm BCIS community!

 

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Lucila Zornosa-Sanchez
Nursery Homeroom / Nursery Team Leader

Lucila Zornosa-Sanchez

Lucila is originally from Bogota, Colombia. She spent her early years in Colombia and moved to the United States at age 17. She speaks Spanish, English, and is interested in learning more languages. She enjoys dancing, exercising, traveling, and spending time with her family. Her hobbies are exercising and kite surfing. 

Lucila graduated with honors from Texas Wesleyan University in 2008 with a Major in Bilingual Education in Early Childhood through Grade 4 and a Minor in Spanish. She then obtained a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction Design with emphasis on Mathematics from the University of Texas at Arlington. She has been in the teaching field for 15 years, starting as a Teacher Assistant and moving up to Spanish/English Bilingual Teacher, then Dual Language Homeroom Teacher. She has had the opportunity to work in public, private, and international schools around the world since 2008, while teaching Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 2 students. She found her passion and heart in the early years and is loving the PYP program at the BCIS Early Childhood Center.

Lucila is an enthusiastic teacher who cares about providing a safe, fun, and loving environment to her students. She enjoys being part of the BCIS family and looks forward to providing new learning experiences to her students every day.

 

 

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