Kelly Chen


Kelly Chen
Kelly Chen

Chen in 2006
Chinese name (Traditional)
Chinese name (Simplified)
Pinyin Chén Hùilín (Mandarin)
Jyutping Chan4 Wai6 Lam4 (Cantonese)
Birth name ()
Origin Hong Kong
Born 13 September 1972 (1972-09-13) (age 39)
Hong Kong
Other name(s) Chen Huilin
Wai-Lam Chan
Kelly Chan
Occupation Singer, Actress
Genre(s) Cantopop
Instrument(s) Singing
Label(s) Go East Entertainment Co.Ltd
Years active 1995-Present
Spouse(s) Alex Lau
Children Chace Lau (born July 10, 2009)
Official Website Official website

Kelly Chen (traditional Chinese: ; simplified Chinese: ) (born September 13, 1972) is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer and actress. Kelly has also been known as a diva in Asia. She has a great success in Asia Entertainment industry with nearly 20 million record sales of 38 albums. She has won over 300 awards and is involved in many philanthropic activities.

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Biography

Chen was born under the name of Vivian Chen Wai Man on September 13, 1973[1] in Hong Kong. She attended Canadian Academy International School in Kobe, Japan, for high school[1] and then Parsons The New School for Design in New York,[1] where she studied graphic art.[2]

Speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese, and English. Has an elder sister and a younger brother, singer Victor Chen Si Hon.[3]

Career

In 1994, while still a student at Parsons The New School for Design, Chen made two commercials, one for Shanghai Beer and one for the Bank of Hong Kong.[2] After graduating from Parsons in 1995, Chen returned to Hong Kong. Chen was introduced to an acquaintance who owned a production studio and was chosen to feature in a Jacky Cheung music video.[2] Later in 1995, Chen made her film debut in Whatever Will Be, Will Be (仙樂飄飄), and sang the film's theme song. In September 1995, Chen performed the song "Mou Tian" composed by composer Steve Barakatt.She then released a compilation album, Break the Sky, along with 3 other singers, and then her first Cantonese album, Dedicated Lover (醉迷情人) in December.[2] The album was a success in Hong Kong and furthered her acting and musical career.

In May 1996, Kelly released her first Mandarin language album, I Don't Think So (我不以為), in , Taiwan, Malaysia, and Singapore, which sold over 150,000. Following the album's success, she produced another Cantonese CD in October 1996, Wind, Flower, Snow (風花雪).Wind, Flower, Snow is a very popular song in Hong Kong. In November, 1996, Chen released her first Japanese single, "Traveler."[2] 1996 saw Kelly's first stint as a Japanese singer when she released two Japanese singles.

In 1997, Kelly performed her first ever concert, "Starry Dream of Love" (星夢情真) and released the partner CD in June, this album sold over 100,000 in Hong Kong. She held three concerts in Hong Kong in June, named "Kelly Starry Dream of Love Concert"(陳慧琳星夢情真演唱會). In July, she released "Morning", another Japanese single and her first Japan-based hit. Kelly also provided the voice of Madame Trunk in the animated movie "A Chinese Ghost Story". In the course of five months Kelly released four albums. With the releases of her 2nd Mandarin album, "Insight" (體會), the compilation "Kelly's Best Collection 97", the live CD "Starring Dream of Love Live in Concert", and her next Cantonese CD "A Movie" (一齣戲). "Insight" sold 1.34 million in East Asia. Kelly had established herself as a popular singer and actor in East Asia region.

In 1998, Kelly embarked on a World Tour, "Kelly Starry Dream of Love World Tour"(陳慧琳星夢情真世界巡迴演唱會), starting in Australia. Besides the world tour, Kelly also performed 10 concerts for school children in Taiwan. She also released her Mandarin album, "Love Me Or Not"(愛我不愛), the hit single "Note Book"(記事本) is well-known all over Asia. This album sold over 2 million in Asia, Kelly boosted her status as a Chinese pop music diva in Asia Entertainment industry.

Starring in the television drama "Don't be a Cry Baby" with Japanese star Kyoko Fukada and performing two concerts in Fukuoka, Japan in 1999, Kelly increased her Japanese fanbase. She released a new album, "Love Of Colours" which sold over 300,000 in Hong Kong from 9 December 1999 to 2000, and was the best selling album in 2000. She also won "The most popular female artist" in 1999 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation. Her albums sold over 230,000 in Hong Kong in 1999, the best selling female artist in Hong Kong.

Kelly released her Mandarin album "Love You So Much" (愛你愛的)in April, 2000. The album sold 200,000 copies in Taiwan within ten days and one million copies in Asia within a month. The next month she released her Cantonese CD "Paisley Galaxy" (花花宇宙) in Hong Kong, which sold 120,000 copies within a month and 200,000 copies in Hong Kong that year. The Mandarin version of the hit single "Paisley Galaxy" was very popular in East Asia. In July of that year, she held six sold-out shows in Hong Kong as the ""Paisley Galaxy World Tour, Hong Kong"(陳慧琳花花宇宙演唱會). In November, she released another Cantonese album, "Big Day" (大日子), which sold over 130,000 copies within a month. Kelly won "Most Popular Female Artist" at the 2000 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation. Her albums sold over one million copies in Hong Kong in 2000, and she also won the "2000 IFPI Best-Selling Artist in Hong Kong" award. In a 2000 Taiwan publication, Kelly was listed as the highest-paid female entertainer in Hong Kong.

Kelly released her remix album "Kelly BPM Dance Collection" in March 2001, which sold over 150,000 copies. She embarked on another world tour, the "Paisley Galaxy World Tour"(陳慧琳花花宇宙世界巡迴演唱會), which started out with one show in Singapore and two shows in Genting Highlands in Malaysia. (She broke the record of best-selling Hong Kong singers' concerts in Malaysia.) Kelly came to North America, where she performed concerts in Chicago, Atlantic City, Los Angeles and Toronto all as a part of her world tour in May. She later returned to China for a tour where she performed in Guangzhou, Huizhou, Zhongshan, Chengdu, Shanghai and Beijing. She released a Mandarin album, "Flying" (飛吧), in August. The album was the among the top 20 best-selling albums in Taiwan in 2001. Kelly's movie "Calmi Cuori Appassionati" (冷靜與熱情之間), released in November, 2001, grossed more than 30 billion yen (HKD$220,000,000) in Japan. The film broke the pre-sale ticket record in Japan. The film was ranked as the 67th best-selling movie in history of the Japanese box office, it was ranked aat 98th best-selling moviein 2006in Japan's box office history. Kelly won "Asian Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Female Artist" at the 2001 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation.

Kelly released her first Japanese album, "Grace", in January, 2002, selling over 50,000 copies in Japan. She released her Cantonese album "Ask Kelly" that February. The single "Blessed"(有福氣) was very popular in Hong Kong. She released her Mandarin album "Love is coming"(愛情來了) in May and held one concert in Taoyuan, Taiwan, named "Kelly Chen Love is Coming Concert"(陳慧琳愛情來了演唱會). She held 12 shows in Hong Kong in July, named "Kelly Dynacarnival World Tour, Hong Kong"(陳慧琳飛天舞會演唱會). She held a shows called "Kelly Dynacarnival World Tour" (陳慧琳飛天舞會世界巡迴演唱會) in Sydney and Melbourne in September. In November, she released her Mandarin album(new+bes) "Shining Colourful"(閃亮每一天). She held her "Kelly Dynacarnival World Tour" in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur in December. The Republic of Liberia issued stamps commemorating her in December. Kelly won "Asian Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Female Artist" at the 2002 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation and "Best Dressed 31st Awards" held by the Japanese government.

She held her "Kelly Dynacarnival World Tour" in San Francisco, Atlantic City and Toronto in April, 2003. She released her Mandarin album "You Don't Mean It"(心口不一) and Cantonese album "Love" (愛) in August. "You Don't Mean it" sold over 800,000 in Asia. Kelly again won the "Asian Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Female Artist" award at the 2003 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation.

She became the first Asian spokesperson for Dior in May, 2004. She released her Cantonese album "Stylish Index". She was chosen as "Famous Outstanding Young Persons of the World" (2004年度世界傑出青年) by Junior Chamber International in October, 2004. She held 10 shows in Hong Kong in December, named "Kelly Lost in Paradise World Tour, Hong Kong"(陳慧琳紙醉金迷演唱會) and also released her Cantonese album "Grace & Charm". She was also voted "CCTV Most Popular Female Singer "(第七屆中央電視台音樂電視大賽港澳臺及海外華語歌壇最受歡迎女歌手) by forty-five million Chinese people in 2004.

In 2005, her song "Hope"(希望) from the Korean TV series Dae Jang Geum(大長今) as it was a popular song in both Hong Kong and mainland China. This song also improved her earnings as well as the company promoting her at the time. At the TVB 8 Awards Presentation Kelly took home 3 awards for the song "Hope" including the Song Award, World's Most Popular Cantonese Song, and Most Well-Liked Female Singer in mainland China. "Hope" was also the top song of charts for 20 radio stations in China and had even set a high record for ringtone downloads. A month after the initial launch, there were a total of over 3 million downloads and to date, the accumulated figure is over 6 million. As such, her record company had earned $5 million after deductions. Universal Music Group's managing director had called Kelly to inform her of the good news. Kelly had promised that if the number of downloads were to go over 10 million, she will distribute the earnings to the staff. Kelly has also wrapped up her tour, "Kelly Chen Lost in Paradise World Tour"(陳慧琳紙醉金迷世界巡迴演唱會) in 2005-2006 in Asia and North America(10 shows in Hong Kong, 2 Shows in Genting Highlands in Malaysia, 2 shows in Sydney and Melbourne in Australia, 12 shows (2 in Shanghai, 1 in Nanjing, 1 in Wuhan, 1 in Harbin, 1 in Chongqing, 1 in Chengdu, 1 in Hangzhou, 1 in Changzhou, 1 in Wuxi, 2 in Guangzhou)in Mainland China, 3 shows in USA(2 in Connecticut,1 in Las Vegas), 1 show in Toronto, Canada). "Lost in Paradise" lasted three hours and contained 35 songs from Kelly's lengthy 10-year music career. Kelly has held total 30 shows for "Kelly Lost in Paradise World Tour".

Kelly was ranked as the third most-earned income artist, following by Jackie Chan and Andy Lau (the most-earned female artist) overall all Greater China region from 2005 to 2007.

In 2008, Kelly perform in the movie "Empress and the Warriors"(江山美人), the box office was about HKD$100,000,000. She also held 6 concerts in Hong Kong, named "Kelly Chen Love Fighters Concert 2008"(陳慧琳Love Fighters演唱會08). She announced to all the audiences that she will marry to Alex Lau in her last concert in 18 June. Kelly has turned down all the shows of the "Kelly Chen Love Fighters World Tour"(陳慧琳Love Fighters 世界巡迴演唱會) in China, Taiwan, Korea, USA, Canada, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia because she wanted to give birth. She was married to Alex Lau(劉建浩) in 2 October. She performed in the Closing Ceremony of 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.

In 2009, Kelly was chosen as "Young Global Leaders" by World Economic Forum in 2009. Her first son, Chace Lau(劉昇) , was born on 10 July. Kelly performed with Amei Cheung, in the opening ceremony of National Games of the People's Republic of China.

In 2010, Kelly released her first Mandarin album after giving her birth, "Chasing dreams"(微光) in March.

In January 2011, she announced that she is three months pregnant with twins conceived via artificial insemination. She confirmed that the expecting twins are both girls in the following month. Sadly she miscarried in March 2011.

Tours

Tour Name Year City Venue Number of shows
Kelly New Year New Hope Concert(陳慧琳新年新希望演唱會) 1997 Hong Kong Tsuen Wan Town Hall 1
1997 Hong Kong Sha Tin Town Hall 1
1997 Hong Kong Tuen Mun Town Hall 1
Kelly Wind, Flower, Snow Memorial Concert(陳慧琳風花雪紀念演唱會) 1997 Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum 1
Kelly First Concert in Taiwan(陳慧琳慧會面演唱會) 1997 Taipei - 1
Kelly Enjoy Tonight Concert(陳慧琳今夜很盡情演唱會) 1997 Hong Kong Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre 1
Hong Kong's Kelly and Daniel Thunderbolt Concert(香港的陳慧琳與陳曉東霹靂演唱會) 1997 Kuala Lumpur - 1
1997 Genting Highlands Arena of Stars 1
Kelly Starry Dream of Love World Tour(陳慧琳星夢情真世界巡迴演唱會) 1997 Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum 3
1998 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre 1
1997 Melbourne - 1
Kelly 903 Live Concert 1998(陳慧琳拉闊音樂會1998) 1997 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1
Kelly Taiwan Schools Tour 1998(陳慧琳台灣校園巡迴演唱會) 1998 Taiwan - 4
Kelly You Are The One Concert(Kelly You Are The One 演唱會) 1998 Hong Kong Queen Elizabeth Stadium 1
Kelly Las Vegas MGM Concert(陳慧琳拉斯維加斯 MGM 演唱會) 1998 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 1
Kelly Two Intimate Concert(陳慧琳兩個人貼心演唱會) 1998 Singapore - 1
Kelly Deep Impact Taiwan Tour 1998 - 1999(彗星撞地球陳慧琳台灣巡迴演唱會98-99) 1998 Taipei - 1
1999 Taichung - 1
Kelly True Feeling Countdown Concert(蘋果倒數陳慧琳真感覺演唱會) 1998 Hong Kong Times Square (Hong Kong) 1
Thunder and Lightning(行雷閃電) 1999 Hong Kong Hong Kong Cultural Centre 1
Kelly and Daniel Fukuoka Concerts(陳慧琳與陳曉東福岡演唱會) 1999 Fukuoka - 2
Kelly and Andy 903id club Concert(許志安x陳慧琳903id club拉闊音樂會) 2000 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1
Hong Kong Girl Guides Fundraising Concert(香港女童軍籌款之夜演唱會) 2000 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1
Kelly Paisley Galaxy World Tour(陳慧琳花花宇宙世界巡迴演唱會) 2000 Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum 6
2001 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium 1
2001 Genting Highlands Arena of Stars 2
2001 Chicago - 1
2001 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena 2
2001 Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium 1
2001 Toronto Massey Hall 1
2001 Guangzhou Tianhe Stadium 2
2001 Huizhou Jiangbei Sports Park soccer field 1
2001 Zhongshan Zhongshan Stadium 2
2001 Shanghai Shanghai Indoor Stadium 2
2001 Chengdu - 2
2001 Beijing Capital Indoor Stadium 2
Kelly 903 2001.11.02 Concert(陳慧琳2001.11.02 拉闊音樂會) 2001 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1
Kelly Dynacarnival World Tour(陳慧琳飛天舞會世界巡迴演唱會) 2002 Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum 12
2002 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre 1
2002 Melbourne Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex 1
2002 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium 1
2002 Kuala Lumpur Stadium Merdeka 1
2003 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena 1
2003 Toronto - 1
2003 San Fransico Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 1
Channel V Kelly Beijing Face To face TV Concert(Channel V陳慧琳北京Face To Face電視演唱會) 2003 Beijing - 2
Kelly He or She says Schools Tour(陳慧琳心口不一台灣校園巡迴演唱會) 2003 Taiwan -
Kelly Free Your Mind Music Show(陳慧琳 Free Your Mind 音樂會) 2003 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1
Hunan TV Kelly Music Continued Music Show(湖南衛視陳慧琳音樂不斷歌友會) 2005 Changsha - 1
Kelly Lost in Paradise World Tour(陳慧琳紙醉金迷世界巡迴演唱會) 2005 Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum 10
2005 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre 1
2005 Melbourne Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex 1
2005 Genting Highlands Arena of Stars 2
2005 Shanghai Shanghai Indoor Stadium 1
2005 Nanjing Wutaishan Stadium 1
2005 Wuhan Xinhua Road Sports Center 1
2005 Shanghai Shanghai Indoor Stadium 1
2005 Harbin Harbin Convention and Exhibition Outdoor Centre 1
2005 Chongqing Yanghe Stadium 1
2005 Chengdu - 1
2005 Hangzhou - 1
2005 Changzhou Zhongtian Stadium 1
2005 Wuxi Wuxi Sports Center 1
2005 Guangzhou Tianhe Stadium 2
2006 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 2
2006 Toronto Markham Civic Centre 1
2006 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 1
Metro Broadcast Kelly Music Spirit Concert(新城唱好陳慧琳Kelly Spirit音樂會) 2006 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1
Kelly and Jordan 903 Live Concert(陳慧琳陳小春拉闊音樂會) 2006 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1
Kelly sings the charm of Nanchong Concert(陳慧琳唱響2008魅力南充演唱會) 2007 Nanchong - 1
Kelly Anqing Concert 2007(陳慧琳安慶演唱會) 2007 Anqing Anqing Sports Stadium 1
Kelly LOVE Fighters Concert 2008(陳慧琳LOVE Fighters演唱會2008) 2008 Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum 6
Kelly Meizhou Concert 2008(陳慧琳梅州演唱會) 2008 Meizhou - 1
Kelly Taizhou Concert 2008(陳慧琳台州演唱會) 2008 Taizhou - 1

Philanthropy

Since 1998, Chen has been involved in a number of charitable activities, and has served as an ambassador for a number of causes including environmental protection, education, and children's causes. She was appointed a Hong Kong Goodwill Ambassador in 1998.

Environment

Chen was appointed Hong Kong Ambassador of Environment in 1998. With Greenpeace, she has made a number of commercials to promote awareness of environmental protection.[4]

Education

In April 2002, she was appointed by the "Standing Committee on Language Education and Research" (SCOLAR) as the "Ambassador of The Workplace English Campaign" to encourage the working people to keep studying the English language as Kelly herself had done. After years of serving other funds, Kelly finally started her own fund to help children called the "Kelly Chen Children Education Fund" to raise money to help needy children. Besides performing her Dynacarnival concert in Hong Kong, Kelly traveled to Sydney and Melbourne, Australia to perform her concert there. Kelly was soon appointed by the Hong Kong Correctional Services Department as the "Ambassador of The Rehabilitation". Kelly was also awarded with two honors: first, she was chosen as one of Hong Kong's Ten Outstanding Young Persons 2002.[5] That same year, she was invited to represent Hong Kong to attend the ABU Prizes – Presentation & Special Concert in the NHK Hall in Tokyo. She also received the 13th Annual Best Dressed Award in Japan, becoming the first foreigner to ever receive the award. She was later invited by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data and HKSAR Government Health Department to film the publicity campaigns for promoting the respect of personal privacy and organ donation throughout China and Hong Kong.

Children's causes

She was appointed by UNICEF as the Honorable China Children's Health Ambassador. Kelly was later appointed by The Hong Kong Girl Guides Association as "Girl Guides Millennium Goodwill Ambassador", which led her to visit inner Mongolia to investigate the way young children were living and the health and food services they were receiving. In 2001, Kelly added yet another title to her growing list as The Volunteer Ambassador 2001 as appointed by the Social Welfare Department. She was later appointed by UNICEF a second time as The Ambassador of The Hong Kong Committee For UNICEF.

Other charitable work

As an ambassador of the Hong Kong Red Cross, Chen promoted the donation of blood banks and an ambassador for the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).[6]

March 2003 brought even more titles Kelly's way: she was appointed The Philatelic Ambassador by the Hong Kong Post, as well as "The Love And Peace Ambassador" by City Junior Chamber. Kelly soon took her "Dynacarnival" to North America by performing in Atlantic City, Toronto and San Francisco. She also began to release DSD versions of her earlier albums, including "Dedicated Lover". She was later appointed as Star of "Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award" by Lion & Globe Educational Trust, furthering her push for better education. In June 2003, Kelly's wax figure for the Madam Tussaud Wax Museum was ready and was put on display. She was later invited to be the "Love Ambassador" of "World Children's Day at McDonald's 2003" by McDonald's Restaurants in Hong Kong. She was also appointed as the "Pass-it-On" Ambassador by the Hong Kong Red Cross, and attend its Christmas campaign to visit the John. F. Kennedy Center.

Kelly's charitable work continued into 2004 as she was appointed as the star representative to attend the "5th HK Outstanding Teenagers" election press conference held by Hong Kong Playground Association and RTHK. In February, Kelly was appointed as both "Road Safety Vision Ambassador" by the Road Safety Council to promote road safety, and as the "Reading Ambassador" by The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong. May 2004 brought the title of "Hospital Play Ambassador" to Kelly, as well as the title of "Japanese Promotional Ambassador" by The Japan Society of HK, Consulate General of Japan and RTHK to encourage Hong Kong citizens to learn Japanese. Kelly received another award when she was named "The Outstanding Young Persons of the World"[7] in 2004 by the Junior Chamber International, becoming the first Hong Kong female celebrity to be honored with the award.

In 2007, Kelly was appointed as Hong Kong "Innovative Entrepreneur Ambassdor" (創意創業大使) and had sung the theme song "Innovation" (創) for the "Innovative Entrepreneur of The Year 2007" (創意創業大賞2007) organised by City Junior Chamber城市青年商會, Hong Kong.[8] Kelly's responsibility is to promote the awareness of entrepreneurship to youngsters and to attend the various promotion events organised. She also continued the support of Innovation Entrepreneur in 2008.

After completing her movie, An Empress And The Warriors, with Leon Lai, Kelly headed a concert, called "Love Fighters", at the HK Coliseum in June 2008. This was her biggest concert headline to date, which will feature many sets and exotic choreography.

Kelly donated $600,000 for the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.[9]

She sang at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Media and public relations

In a survey conducted in early 2002 by the City University of Hong Kong, Kelly was named "The Most Popular Idol" among youth groups.[10]

Endorsements

In 1997, Shiseido, Japan's largest cosmetics company, hired Chen to appear in their commercials; she was "depicted as [a] modern Asian [beauty], not quite identical yet not totally different from Japanese women."[11] Chen was also chosen as the cover model for Ginza, a new monthly magazine targeted at women in their twenties.[11]

Discography

Filmography

Her film debut was in 1995, in Whatever Will Be, Will Be (仙樂飄飄, Xian Yue Piao Piao, literally Heavenly Music Floating in the Air). Kelly Chan has since starred and made cameos in quite a number of films. Her filmography includes:

Notes

  1. ^ a b c "Kelly Chen Wai Lam Biography" (2005).
  2. ^ a b c d e Hong Kong Cinemagic.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ Greenpeace China.
  5. ^ kellychen stareastnet
  6. ^ kellychen stareastnet
  7. ^ Jci.cc
  8. ^ Kelly shown in Innovation Entrepreneur website
  9. ^ "陈慧琳的新鲜资讯."
  10. ^ kellychen stareastnet
  11. ^ a b Iwabuchi (2002), 184.
  12. ^ "Kelly Chen". imdb.com. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0155284/. Retrieved March 14, 2010. 
  13. ^ "Kelly Chen". chinesemov.com. http://chinesemov.com/actors/Kelly%20Chen.html. Retrieved March 14, 2010. 

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