Search the world with 36 nations plus UN plus IMF agreeing with china that coastal ports and railRoads link over 90% of world trade $BR0 china
#BR12 UN IMF #BR1 japan far east isles asean10 Malaysia #BR2 Bangladesh india Pakistan #BR3 Russia #BR4 central euro/asia #Br5 west euro Italy Switzerland #BR6 n america #BR7 UAE mideast #BR8 med sea nations #BR9 africa - egypt rwanda #BR10 Latin AM #BR11 Arctic/polar

top Belt Road Maps of 2018 s Entrepreneurial networks best cases in China & Bangla:
BillionGirlsBoys ask: can every banker/educator see their trust in Belt Road's top 100 stories.. Is Trump King Canute? Valueless is The economist whose world trade maps fail poorest billion youth's livelihoods in our children's worldwide

(BRI) Belt Road Imagineering is now trusted by 70 national leaders as empowering the sustainbility generation- which of these 100 stories can help bankers or educators near you join in to this system for mapping win-win trades aligned to the sustainability goals generation? portal 1

catalogue world record jobs creators by 13 BRI maps- tour BR clubs- EWTP celebrate first people freed by e-commerce and jack ma map top 13 sdg world trade routes 0 inside china, 1 East-Belt,
2 South-Belt; 3NorthBelt
4 centre eurasia &E.Euro; 5WEuro 6 N.Am; 7 MidEast8MedSea 9Africa 10LatinAm11 Arctic Circle 12UN-urgent....
BELT Road quiz

Belt quiz is about earth's seas and coastal belt - which coastal belt is your country most dependent on, does if have a superport connecting maps of world favorite superports, do your peoples have access to this superport (nb we recommend analysing countries imprt and exports by 1 energy, 2 all other goods
Road quiz : what are your continents longest roads (designed as including all of railroad or car-road, pipes for energy, water, sanitaion; tech cables)- do your peoples have access to the great roads

technology now permis us to play game: which peoples have been most deprived by accidents of history to basic belt road freedoms- among 10 most populated nations no people have been less included than those in bangladesh- tell us where else you map.....................
today offers the livelihood learning network poorest billion communities need most - 40 years ago
online library of norman macrae--.........................Entrepreneurial Revolution - curriculum: how to value small enterprise and sustainability exponentials of net generation - by alumni of Norman Macrae The Economist 1968. By 1976, Norman best news ever: the fifth of the world (whose brand reality is) Chinese can be valued by netgen as critical friends to uniting sustainability race for planet and humanity
eg EWTP : 21st C version of Silk Road of celebrated by Marco Polo and Hangzhou goal 14 oceansAIIB 1 ted hosts -- 2017 year of mapping sustainability banking -china to commercialize 5g by 2020 -valuing culture -jack ma 1 2e3 maps 1) countries joining Chinese inspired sustainability open systems solutions as well as 2) which global youth professions (eg coding) are mapping value sustaining trades with china

Monday, December 31, 2012

examples china related event dairies usa

deep friendship maps around the globe with china are here - special research by chen networks is here

these from 2017 at US Asia Institute


USAI Hosts AirQualityAsia’s First Annual High-Level Strategy Session


On April 20-21, along the sidelines of the 2017 World Bank Spring Meetings, AirQualityAsia convened its inaugural High-Level Strategy Session at the US-Asia Institute to discuss the issue of global economic development and its impact on air quality in developing countries in Asia. The first annual session brought together legislators and experts from the public...Read More

North Korea…What’s Next?


A discussion on the recent developments in North Korea.Read More

USAI Meets Mr. Bold Luvsanvandan, Founder of New Mongolia Initiative


Mr. Bold Luvsanvandan, Member of the Mongolian Parliament and former Foreign Minister of Mongolia, met with Executive Director Mary Sue Bissell at the US-Asia Institute on April 6, 2017.Read More

The Fourth Annual Celebration of Community Heroes


The Museum of Chinese in America hosted its Annual Celebration of Community Heroes in New York City on April 6, 2017. USAI President Glenn Lau-Kee was honored as this year’s community hero. The Celebration of Community Heroes event recognizes the outstanding contributions and accomplishments of individuals, institutions, and organizations that inspire hope and help advance our local community....Read More

USAI Announces New President


US-Asia Institute Announces New President Mr. Glenn Lau-Kee Glenn Lau-Kee was elected president of the US-Asia Institute in 2017. He is a former president of the 74,000 member New York State Bar Association. As the 117th president of NYSBA during 2014-2015, he was the first Asian-American to serve as President. Glenn is a member of the firm of Kee...Read More

2017 Lunar New Year Celebration


The US-Asia Institute hosted its annual Lunar New Year celebration on February 2, 2017 to usher in the Year of the Rooster. At the Lunar New Year event, USAI Chairman Kent Lucken also gave special recognition to the 50th anniversary of the Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Thank you to all of our friends in attendance from the diplomatic community from Brunei, China, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Mongolia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and HKETO.Read More

Hong Kong at a Critical Juncture


A discussion with Alejandro Reyes from University of Hong Kong about the present and future outlook for the SAR.Read More

TANIP 2017 Finalists Announced


The Royal Thai Embassy in Washington, DC announced the finalists for the 2017 Thai American National Internship Program. Founded in 2015, TANIP is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Thai American students and young graduates to gain a firsthand look at the American government and political system in Washington D.C., and to reflect on the role they, as...Read More
Do Youth Know how to Value Their Planet – 10 stories to celebrate
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#1 Story Sir Fazle Abed (see global youth diary notes : 80th birthday, forthcoming book world record job creators)
Sir Fazle Abed and BRAC have just won the vote by Norman Macrae Foundation for the greatest youth jobs impact over the 40 years since Macrae’s Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist Dec 25 1976. BRAC is particularly relevant to progressing the search for the next 3 billion jobs whichNorman valued as revolving youthfully around
1 renewing planet – to go sustainably beyond the carbon value chain
2 renewing family, healthy community, actionable learning, everywhere - with preferential focus on poorest wherever left out by industrial revolution and empires
3 Superapps co-created by the net generation as first time all human beings livelihoods have been connected – lets leapfrog missing infrastructures caused by empire and industrial extraction’s inclusion of less than half the world’s peoples
Imagine an organisation and network of over 100000 people where everyone is a coach concerned with people building livelihoods and families developing. Out of nothing other than human love and courage, these coaches have built banking, education, food security, and family health systems by being motivated to end poverty. As well as human development they seize every opportunity to develop missing support networks and infrastructure. Their first community lab linked into one of the poorest 100 million person spaces- rural Bangladesh 1972 without electricity, communications or running water, devastated by a cyclone and a war of independence.
And these lifelong coaches soon discovered the most hungry learners of all were illiterate village mothers who were then culturally trapped in a system that locked them away in the village to breed as many boys as possible. BRAC’s first action learning network linked in mothers to becoming gthe heroic prcatictioners of oral rehydration – a cure for one quarter of all infants deaths in Bangladesh of 1970s. In pre-digital days BRAC went on to design the empassioned womens networks which redesigned dozens of markets’ value chains. Today BRAC is youth’s goto space for mobile superapps that leapfrog missing infrastructures – see brac’s building of the developing world’s largest cashless bank www.bkash.comachieved in little more than 4 years of brilliant coding and community interconnecting
In 2016, you don’t need to imagine such a meta-network – go visit BRAC age 45 or help linkin its supercoders. Explore the greatest collaborative uses of the internet and a world of excitement sustained by valuing youth’s conscious purpose of action learning. BRAC’s micoeconomic secret is about being the best lifelong partner whether you are the poorest person in the world or an organisation whose unique human resources could most help communities start living sustainability goals everywhere.
Is it possible that BRAC is first in world to have developed the trust to be a meta-hub of what Adam Smith meant by free markets? 2016 diary notes: Global Youth Community (GYC) invites you to come to Glasgow w/c 20 November 2016 to test what BRAC’s most loyal partners think or to Beijing to advance WISE’s educational goals linked round thelearning for a living theme chosen around sir fazle abed as the world’s first educational laureate.
Story 2
Jim Kim is youth’s go to person for reality of social movements: it’s the hardest thing you will ever do, but what else is worth doing next?
His experience is movements overthrow old systems that are locked up at multiple points. Unless a movement has anticipated all of these locks and how to remove them it will likely fail. While movements must eventually scale up they are usually started by a small number of people (refer Margaret Meade) and pioneers often don’t get big rewads (other than being the origin). First followers also need to be courageous and energetic networkers. Before becoming head of World Bank in 2012 , Kim was joint leader of the Partners in Health meta-movement and youth exchange between Boston’s major medical schools , Haiti and other poor countries with lack of community health service. PIH empowers local community health workers to serve needs in the last mile in ways that global institutes don’t find it easy to imagine. Note how the space suit like uniform that the World Health Organisi=ation ordered proved very inefficient in hot humid battles with ebola.
When Kim first came to the world bank he spent a lot of effort inviting all young professionals to work out how to POP ( search Preferential Option Poor) old professional rules which had now become monopolies in spinning conflicts with sustaining the net generation. GYC loves to research how to help jim kim POP movements – contact us if you do to. (further search world bank tedx )
Story 3
Muhammad Yunus brings such joy to storytelling bottom up solutions to the race to end poverty that he won a nobel peace prize. It’s a pity that humans started the world of the new millennium with so few platforms for heroes who do good and so much is dominated by entertainment To see why note how his acceptance speech in stockholm raised the question who chooses what futures we 7.5 billion being make. We Create What We Want.
We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. 
We achieve what we want to achieve. 
We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
We believe we can create a poverty-free world. 
We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . 
Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. 
Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. 
They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. 
Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. 
Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.”
Sadly a systems review of the quarter century after world war 2 shows that those who powered over directions of the west’s richest nations unintentionally spun awful consequences as mass tv media took over society. This is why consciously choosing what to do is critical to you and yours – we are redefining human species for better worse around learning communications technologies and the internet’s integration with economies, societies and intergenerational sustainability
Ironically four years after making this Nobel speech Yunus own freedom platform Grameen Bank was taken away from him by political forces. How youth can actively support yunius going forward is a controversial issue which we have tried to track at The Journal of Social Business and New Economic Thinking. One practical way to help Yunus is to doublecheck you understand exact specifications of models like solar-a-bilion inspired by Yunus wriiten up by Nancy Wimmer. As early as 1996, a consortium around Yunus (including investor soros (see his story), telenor and the coding wizard iqbal quadir) helped bangladesh villagers be the first to experiment in partnerships where digital connections can end divides. So today, Bangladesh is a leading partnership lab for leapfrog mobile solutions (see BRAC) but Yunus no longer controls exponential impacts of any of the youth futures which had once so beautifully synchronised his dreams and future realities.
Story 4 HO the world – bottom up and openness
We classify Harrison Owen as an education revolutionary because his 1984 innovation of open space technology has offered exactly opposite opportunities of school life dominated by podium teachers and standardized examinations. It has also offered parents and communities a way out of societies being dominated by tv noise and the passive citizenship that spins. Why isn’t open space core to any teaching curriculum? Why not free every childs introduction to interactive entrepreneurial participation as she grows up. Why not join in Wherever schools today perpetuate the empire’s bullies ,gorls are the biggest losers. Further reference:
Hi-trust girl empowerment values open space interventions needed wherever systems are trapping people in poverty or other risks to hi-trust community -and so family degredation.
HO’s innovation of the people’s simplest tool for system transformation in 1984 came quote late in life – approximately aged 50. He has since made up for this with the most one of the world’s most collaborative alumni networks -they have hosted over 300000 open spaces on almost every human matter under the sun. He’s dedicated his final years to seeing OST becomes a vibrant heritage in China. Note one half of the world’s population live on 1% of the planet situated within 3000 miles of Beijing.
Hopefully special characteristic of Chinese peoples will enjoy hosting the great presence needed to facilitate what sorts of community apps up to 5000 people are freed to co-create. Some people call open space unconferencing, and the mobile youth generation can design in its instrumental impact on hackathons.
Open space with its minimalist rulebook is on the one hand simple to facilitate if everyone is curious to try it. On the other hand, a grandmaster in presence is needed when the space opens up on people whom the second before had been at war with each other, or totally demoralized by being trapped in a broken system. There is a branch of open space devoted to Practice of Peace. See Owen’s booklet of the same name where Harrison’s discusses the system transformation goal of open space to take people who are all trapped by the same system failure beyond to a system in which they are all free to celebrate each other skills and joy of sustaining positive change. Open Space has natural interfaces with mapping tools that mediators of the world’s largest boardrooms use – see eg Structural Visual Thinking by John Caswell
Story 5 Taddy Blecher –from Mandela extranet to nearly free university alumni
If your family is going to sacrifice everything for your schooling it can in best cases create a taddy blecher who even in his 40s looks like a supersmart harry potter ready for his next dose of actionable learning. But this assumes the lessons will help you do something in life. Back in 1999, Taddy founded the nearly free university for disadvantaged black youth in Intriguingly he prioritised 4 courses seldom taught before:
Maharishi self-confidence
Entrepreneurial literacy
Financial literacy
He attracted extraordinary partners including Richard Branson Entrepreneurship curriculum and Google Africa for coding curriculum. Overall Mandela lent his name establishing the Nelson Mandela extranet. Today Taddy has graduated 15000 students almost all doing great jobs. A group of this alumni are working hard to develop 7thgrade versions of the missing curricula. That is the modal age for children to leave South Africa schools. Taddy’s partners are also developing apprenticeship hubs for youth who feel vocationally not academically energized= and upgrading small medium Enterprises
Lifelong learning capacity.
Story 6
Global Youth community (aka Youth4Empowerment (Y4E)) is an association of under 30s who interview the coders and owners of the greatest leapfrogging models - ask them whats next, are they looking for new coders, what training is needed. We have identified and contacted several of the greatest pro-youth apps designers. In this search, Y4E is supported by various elders including broadway film studio soundtrack and the cable tv co-production of emerald-planet and jobenomics. Elders4Empowerment tend to be alumni of universities designed round startups. This is a different graduation pathway to universities obsessed with theie paper certificate stranglehold over youth.
In another leap towards Entreperenurial Revolution, some of Y4E’s most valued mentors have been hosting friendships between chinese and silicon valley youth
Story 7 Jack Ma
At a recent education summit in WashingtonDC hosted by the economics forum Brookings, the chief of staff to the UN envoy on education said: are we thinking big enough? Whats education’s equivalent of Jack Ma> In China, Ma’s ali baba gave back markets to hundreds of thousands of SMEs (small medium enterprises) that Walmart type megastores assumed they were locking into brick based malls. Jack Ma may be controversial , but he has accelerated the whole arrival of the internet in china in ways west coast internet designers have completely misses. He is an self-determined educator in soul and youth language translator at heart. He has issued a 100 million job creation challenge. Do western youth have anyone like him to linkin?
Story 8
www inventor Tom Bernes Lee: the worldwide web as I envisaged it, we have no seen it yet, human potential is so much larger. These days Berners Lee works at MIT – the university designed to create more startups than any other. Recently the MIT dean said this wasn’t enough for her and is taking secondment to develop a new kind of training college with no theoretical exams
Humanity has reached that tipping point in future history where we are spending 1000 times more on Learning Communications Technologies than 1946. Wherever the 2010s has become the decade defined by jobs and sustainability crises – we the web’s increasing borderless peoples and our diversity of hi-trust cultures need transparency movements questioning: why are old capitalism’s biggest investment forces failing to integrate youth’s sustainability goals. Have grandparents and parents of the net generation become blinded to how educators are incentivised to ensure the kids get standard scores not maximise their curiosity. Friends of Glbal Youth may wish to see Pope Francis’ 2014 request at the European Union in Strasbourg for an urgent review of this challenge
Story 9
George Soros came to fame and made his first billions by breaking the currency markets. He has since pursued a Robin Hood vision. Challenging both over-government and under-social, he is the leading billanthropist of exponentially valuing bottom up and open . He began this journey in 78 as one of the first to sponsor African youth in days of Apartheid; he has relentlessly backed Gorbachev as their vision jointly formed Open Society networks. By 1996 Soros was the founding sponsor of Grameen’s mobile empowerment of village mothers ; and from then on his major foci have included celebrating partners in health of kim and farmer and BRAC of sir fazle abed. His latest movement ineteconomics calls for a fundamental rethinking of economics from the ground up.
Story 10 – what need this be rsvp or text usa 240 316 8157 Wash DC

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Monday, February 27, 2017

Ms Ana Dubois
Youngest member of the Action Tank
Domains of expertise
Education Technologies
Higher Education
Soft skills

Centres of interest
Education reform and innovation
Entrepreneurship education

Multidisciplinary Spanish entrepreneur, executive search analyst and venture capitalist with Business background and years of experience in matching people’s dreams with companies’ strategies. Main areas of interest: YOUTH, TALENT, EDUCATION, INNOVATION.

Santander @ Madrid @ WISE

Santander - WISE @madrid
The bank tops the 'Global Fortune 500' list as the company that invests the most in Corporate Social Responsibility in connection with education, according to the first global study published by the Varkey Foundation in collaboration with UNESCO.In 2015, the bank invested 160 million euros.
Santander Universities maintains agreements with 1.198 universities and research institutes from  Argentina (82), Brazil (398), Belgium (1), Chile (49), China (10), Colombia (29), Italy (1), France (1), Germany (12), Mexico (205), Peru (15), Poland (63), Portugal (48), Puerto Rico (8), Qatar (1), Russia (6), Singapore (3), Spain (124), USA (45),  United Kingdom (82), UAE (1) Uruguay (9) y Global agreements (5).*
Santander, the world's largest corporate contributor to education Madrid, 26th January 2015-. Banco Santander topped the Global Fortune 500 list of companies that invest in education through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, according to the first global study published by the Varkey Foundation in collaboration with UNESCO. The report finds that the majority of CSR investment in education originates from “just a few companies”. According to the Global Fortune 500 list, the 10 companies that allocate the most funds to the cause are: Banco Santander, which, with annual investments totalling EUR 142 million, ranks first, followed by IBM, Telefónica, Exxon Mobil, Target, GlaxoSmithKline, Microsoft, Toyota Motor, Rio Tinto Group, and Wells Fargo. The study based its figures on the average totals from 2011 and 2013. The report indicates that the eight Spanish companies featured on the Global Fortune 500 list have dedicated more to CSR than the 29 German firms (nearly EUR 437 million) and have allocated three times more to education (over EUR 291 million in comparison with nearly EUR 96 million). According to the analysis, taken together, the eight Spanish concerns invested more than EUR 548 million in CSR activities, EUR 291 million (or 53%) of which was dedicated to education. Three financial and telecommunications companies accounted for 87% of this contribution, with Banco Santander being the largest benefactor. Roughly 70% of the EUR 291 million contributed by the eight Spanish companies was allocated to higher education, and another 16% to primary and secondary education. Of the total (EUR 291 million), EUR 159 million was distributed to priority areas like Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Latin America. The Bank is the largest contributor to global education, focusing primarily on Latin America. It states that Banco Santander differentiates itself among the major banks because CSR is not interpreted by default to mean financial inclusion activities in local communities. More than 75% of Banco Santander’s CSR investment is allocated to universities. The Bank maintains strategic, long-term partnerships to support the internationalisation and modernisation of academic institutions, the mobility of students and teachers, job growth, and entrepreneurial development. For example, in 2013, Santander awarded more than 22,400 grants, and the Bank continues to maintain over 1,100 agreements, through Santander Universities, with educational facilities around the world. Since 1996, Santander Universities has formed the backbone of the Bank’s social activity, allocating more than EUR 1 billion to various university projects and collaborating in the development of more than 4,400 initiatives each year. Nearly 2,200 employees coordinate and manage the Bank’s commitment to higher education. The Fortune Global 500 list is a ranking of the top 500 companies worldwide by revenue. The list is compiled and published annually by Fortune magazine.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Ms Marta Vernet
Head of Activities,Service Learning and Community Service, and CAS Coordinator
Domains of expertise
Social Entrepreneurship
Soft skills
Service Learning, Shared Value, Public/Private partnerships

Centres of interest
Innovation in education
Links between education & the workforce / The skills gap

I am a social "intraprenuer" and educator with more than 20 years of experience working at The American School of Barcelona. I have developed educational programs in the Barcelona Community through strategic partnerships and institutional collaborations. My mission is to create a better world, my strategy is to develop future leaders, with a strategic vision which will allow them to create "Shared Value" in the communities where they are operating. I see these leaders working, in International Corporations, Public Institutions, Business, Hospitals, Schools or Universities. To fulfill my mission, I am creating programs that are experienced by students in their years of schooling. These programs have certain characteristics, they are experienced outside of class, they create value in the community, they are sustainable, experiential and they are win win partnerships for all parties involved.
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Mr. Josep Tarres
Project Leader
Domains of expertise
Education Technologies Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Education with mobile technology
Centres of interest
Finance & Funding The future of higher education
Josep Tarrés, industrial engineer by Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Master of International Management by Thunderbird School of Global Management (1983), project management professor, Universitat de Girona, 1998-2011. He has developed several international marketing campaigns and he has had media management positions. Currently, he is focusing in R+D and project manager of IT projects as MNT (STEM education with mobile technology...). MNT is an initiative from an interdisciplinary team of scientists, university professors, students and IT experts. After 2 years of R+D, MNT is in the pre-market phase and ready for computational development to the global education market. MNT (Mobile Numbers Technology) is a new way to show numbers and numerical relations with an intuitive, easy-to-use, integrated graphical interface and mobile technology (multi touch-screen devices…). A novel technology that merges different disciplines (geometry, neuroscience…) in a visual way using fractals, colors, symmetries... in a very intuitive (symbols are coherent) and flexible (reversibility) way. MNT allows students to work, in a visual and tactile manner, with numbers and numerical relations. The students are not passive subjects, now they are part of the process. MNT as mobile learning system provides the learner the possibility to test its knowledge inside or outside the classroom. This is a new experience for students, a role that motivates them. In Physics and other applied disciplines, MNT graphic representations are easy to understand for the students so they can play with the physical relations in order to get the full potential of the education.

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2017 G-MEO Summer Program Session I will be held at the prestigious Chengdu American Center for Study Abroad on the Huaxi campus of Sichuan University. A major city with a population of over 14 million, Chengdu recently surpassed Shanghai as the city having the most successful economy in mainland China. It is famous for its world-class Sichuan cuisine, leisurely tea houses, local opera houses, and historic temples, as well as the home of the giant pandas. Sichuan University is one of the leading universities in China and the earliest higher education institute in the Sichuan province, dating back to the Qing Dynasty. School of Record (SOR): Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) - one of the most respected regional universities on the East Coast, will serve as the SOR to issue the official transcript for courses offered by the consortium of accredited American universities to students who are duly admitted and have successfully completed one or more for-credit courses on this program. Applicants must obtain the approval of his/her academic advisor from their home institution before he/she can enroll. Who Should Attend: All college students in the US. G-MEO offers a unique opportunity for both American and international students (including Chinese international students completing college degrees in the US). Fields of Study: All courses are taught in English by instructors appointed by individual schools that offer those courses with the concurrence of FDU. Students can enroll in 1 to 2 courses during the 5-week program, or up to 3 courses with written authorization of their home institute. Courses are available in Business, Economics, Social Sciences & Humanities, Language Studies, and Science. Full course offerings and syllabi are available here. Extracurricular Activities and Professional Development: G-MEO staff will organize a number of cultural events and site visits as well as conduct one or more professional development seminars.

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