The season of giving is upon us and RakutenSG is giving all of you an opportunity to WIN a trip to Japan!

In October, two of our Bloggeratis, Benjamin and Peishi, headed over to Central Japan, Kanazawa City for a scenic and cultural experience! You can head over to NuffnangSG’s Official Social Media accounts to take a look at our photos! :)

So many things to do, so little time to explore! We’ve listed down the 5 Best Things To Do At Ishikawa Prefecture, so read on to find out!

  1.   Pick your own fruits at Kaga Fruit Land


In the Ishikawa Prefecture, the fields of different fruits like grapes, apples and strawberries are vast and beautiful. It was a one-of-a-kind experience as we had the opportunity to pluck and taste fruits directly from the branches. The fruits were extra sweet and fresh considering most of them were our handpicked pieces!


You first choose the bunch of grapes that you like, take off the paper that wraps it, cut it off, and voila! Your very own bunch of fresh grapes! Enjoy your freshly plucked fruits on the slopes of the vineyard, and as the Japanese do, spit the grape skins and seeds into buckets.

Trivia: The Japanese don’t eat their grapes with the skin on! They usually spit out the skin along with the seeds.

If you haven’t gotten enough of the fruits, you can also help yourself to some fruit chips, fruit wine, jams and many other local produce at their store. You’ll find produce that you can’t find elsewhere in Japan but, only at the Kaga Fruit Land.

  1.   Be cultured at Yunokunino Mori, Kaga Traditional Cultural Amenity, Traditional Handicrafts Village


From ceramicware to washi paper, glass-blowing workshops to chopsticks making classes, Yunokunino Mori offers many different types of traditional Japanese crafts. In the Ishikawa Prefecture, they are well known for their gold leafing- this was the place where we had a hands-on experience in creating our own gold leaf decor plate!


There are many different ways of using the gold leaf, which we witnessed later on in our trip and it shows how innovative the Japanese can get. Everything from face masks, sweets to even a gold leaf tatami mat!

  1.   Kimono experience at the Geisha District (Higashi-chayagai District):

Kimono actually means “thing to wear” (source:Wikipedia), and it is worn during important festivals or formal events; a representation of courtesy and respect.

As some tourists like a taste of such cultural experience, many places rent out kimonos for a period of 2 hours to a full day to cater to their needs. Tourists can then wear a kimono for a day or two around Japan.


Our kimono rental was in Kanazawa City, where Peishi and Benjamin both donned their kimonos and took a stroll along the Higashi-chaya District, one of the biggest tea houses there. These places are also known as the geisha districts.


Arriving in the late morning meant there was already a crowd and it was difficult for us to take great photos. Nevertheless, as the area is maintained from its original glory, most tea houses were very photogenic and they make great photo spots!

Ben & Peishi (Rakuten events banner)

  1.   Kanazawa Castle Park:

The castle has been burnt down several times over the centuries and in the most recent fire in 1881, only two storehouses and the Ishikawa-mon Gate survived. The castle had a fort function with loopholes for matchlocks on the outer wall to defend the castle from enemies. (source: Kanazawa Tourism)


The castle park is huge, although filled with tourists; there are many beautiful sceneries within the park itself. You can find ponds, water fountain and mini water falls linking from the castle to the park in a separate compound.



  1.   Chirihama Beach Driveway/Rice paddy fields/Traditional Japanese Lodging House:


Go for a car-ride on the Chirihama beach, the only beach in Japan where you can drive your car on. It’s made of tightly compacted fine sand making it firm enough for a pleasant drive. However, if you caught Peishi’s sapchat, you should’ve seen how we hit a pothole on the beach and everyone was thrown forward in the car.


It was definitely a memorable and wonderful experience to enjoy a car-ride on the beach, stopping midway and enjoying the breeze, the sunset and the vast sea. Followed by a short eye-opening trip to Senmaida rice terraces to see it illuminated with the LED lights during the night.

Coupled with the amazing views, Peishi and Benjamin ended the day at Mangetsu Ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn. You can expect a shared toilet, public bath (for all guests) and the best handmade food including soba. Despite being secluded from convenience (the nearest 24hr store was about 15-20mins walk away), it was one of the best stays we’ve had.

It definitely marked off as one of the best experiences we had in Japan. We agreed that Japan is a country that you wouldn’t go to on a first choice (unless you’re really into Japanese culture), and if you’ve visited Japan once, you’ll ALWAYS want to return. The culture, courtesy, cleanliness and delicious delicacies of the country are what pulls us back.

Our adventure in Japan was such a memorable one as we learnt and understood more about the Japanese culture and what they had to offer at the Ishikawa prefecture. If you would like to go on a similar trip to ours, we have good news on how you can have the chance to WIN a trip to Japan!

This trip was made possible thanks to all our partners:


Check out the link HERE, where you can simply spend above $50 in a single receipt on Rakuten and stand a chance to win a trip to Japan!

For a limited time only, simply leave a comment on why you want to go to Japan with ANA on their Facebook page and 2 lucky winners will win a trip to Japan!

Be sure to take part before the promotion ends on 27th December!

All Nippon Airways (ANA)

We had an enjoyable flight experience thanks to the seamless transit and the pleasant in-flight comfort and service by All Nippon Airways (ANA), the 2nd largest airline in Japan that services both domestic and international destinations.

Not forgetting the hospitable team from Ishikawa prefecture for giving us the liberty to have a private car and a guide and translator, Yuko-san, to help in all the little translations required.

Phillip Insurance

As with all travels, come insurance, which we had little to worry about because we were all covered by Phillip Insurance.

Having partnered with more than 10 General Insurance partners, PhillipCapital would be your one-stop customised solution for all your insurance needs.

You can easily reach them at 6531 1555 or walk-in to any of their 12 Phillip Investor Centres.


Lastly, being in the media industry and having our lives revolve around networking, we were kept connected through the trip with VisionData, we were glad to be able to update on the go, and share with everyone what was going on during the trip!

Finally, thank you everyone who made this memorable and amazing trip possible for us.

Check out their videos below for a concise summary of their experience in Japan!

Madeline Chin
Nuffnang Community Team

The year-end holidays are around the corner and if you are fretting on where to go for your next trip, you’ve come to the right place!

Just last month, 8 of our Bloggeratis headed over to East Java, Indonesia for an out-of-this-world experience! You can head over to NuffnangSG’s Official Social Media account to take a look at our photos! :)

  1.   Discover the magnificent view at Kawah Ijen / Ijen Crater

To the locals, Kwah Ijen is believed to be one of the easiest mountains to climb in Indonesia. Think: easy climb for well seasoned locals but probably not for most city dwellers. Unless you’re into regular hiking activities, the climb will actually be challenging, especially for first-time climbers.


We recommend some pre-trip work out sessions to better prep one for the climb!


(Photo: Purple Light Visuals)

At the halfway mark of our trek, we were already covered in dusty volcanic ash from top to toe. The strong gusts of wind brought gathered chunks of ash which were blown constantly in our direction. It was difficult trekking against the grain, but this did not stop us from continuing on our expedition.

All the effort immediately became worth it when we greeted by the sight of the renowned blue volcano flame and the spectacular turquoise sulfur lake.


(Photo: Andy, Sengkangbabies)

“Kawah Ijen is best known for its blue fire. This blue glow, unusual for a volcano, isn’t the lava itself, but is due to the combustion of sulfuric gases in contact with air at temperatures above 360°C.”

Bloggerati boggers Sheila, Charlene and Evonne also shared their insights as rookie climbers at Kawah Ijen. Check out their posts!


Here’re some of our quick tips on climbing Kawah Ijen:

  •         Bring/rent a gas mask as sulphuric gas might be blowing right in your face! Otherwise, at least use a N95 mask.
  •         Wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind dirtying because it’ll be tough getting everything clean after the climb
  •         Bring along a backpack and use headlamps- you’ll need your hands free while you’re climbing to feel around rocks and ensure you don’t fall

Despite having to climb treacherous terrains, we had little to worry about because we were all covered by ACE Insurance.

For your benefit, we’ve worked out a deal with them and they now have a promotion for all travel enthusiasts! You can get 20% off Single Trip Plan* and 10% off Annual Plan at, valid from now till 13 October 2015! (*Not applicable to Basic Plan for Malaysia/ Batam/ Bintan)

  1.   Catch the Sunrise and Crater at Mount Pernajakan (better known as Mt Bromo).

“Mount Bromo is part of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park covering a massive area of 800sq kilometres. The views there are spectacular with the pictureque landscape surrounding the vantage point on Mount Pernajakan (2,770 meters above sea level).“

It was a short drive from Jiwa Jawa Resort (our hotel for the night) to Mount Pernajakan but we left as early as 2.30am. We headed for our secret spot (as told by our guides), away from the main crowd at the observatory shelter and camped for the sunrise from 4.30am.


As the vantage point is usually overcrowded, our guides gave us tips on other good spots to catch the sunrise too!


After the beautiful sunrise, we were brought to the other end of Mr Bromo. It was where we hopped onto a pony tagged to their guides and were brought across Tengger Caldera, Java’s largest barren desert-like sea of sand that is almost 10km long. We sat on the ponies to the foot of the stairs to see the crater of Mount Bromo.

Catch Zoe‘s travelogue for her personal experience and tips on beating the cold while watching the breathtaking sunrise at Mount Pernajakan, and Randy’s picture perfect journey in East Java!

Quick tips on watching the sunrise at Mount Pernajakan:

  •         Have a good wind breaker, wear some heat tech and bring some heat packs because it’s cold all year round, and particularly so during the end of the year
  •         Have protective gear against sand in your face i.e. face mask/scarf, glasses/sunnies
  •         Bring a tripod to capture picturesque landscape photos (the sunrise lasts about 30mins and more)
  1.   Uncover the truth behind Teletubbies Hill and Whispering sand


Teletubbies Hill is inspired from the children’s show, Telebubbies! They have hills similar to where the Telebubbies stayed. And we definitely agree how uncanny the similarities were!

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(Photo: Google, BBC)

“The Savana, (also known as Teletubbies Hill) is a place out of the world. If you go at the right time of the year, you’ll be amazed by the green landscape that greets you. It’s the best place for poetic photographs of you and the scenic background.”

Next up!

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(Photo: Jessica, Tippytapp)

The fine grains of the volcanic ash make up the whispering sand – black shimmery powder that glitters in the sun. The whispering sand gets its name from the swooshing, whispering sound when gusts of wind pick up the sand. How interesting is that!

Quick tip for the 2 places:

  •         Have protective gear against sand in your face i.e. face mask/scarf, glasses/sunnies

Our bloggerati,  Jessica also shared her experience at the Savana and Whispering sand, check out what she love about the places!

  1.   Rekindle the inner child in you at Jatim Park 2, Malang City!

Jatim Park 2 is a one-stop-attraction for both recreation and education, where we explored the wildlife kingdom at The Batu Secret Zoo.


The Batu Secret Zoo is not your typical zoo as it presents a unique collection of animals such as endangered white tigers, white lions and rare reptiles. The best part of it all is that you get be up close and personal with the animals through feeding and intimate photo taking sessions.


How often do you get to feed a giraffe?

Jatim Park 2 is an all-in-one combination of a zoo, a bird park as well as an underwater aquarium! It definitely brought out the inner child in us as we all had a great time exploring and learning about the wildlife.

Being a father of 4, Andy ranked Jatim Park 2 as one of the TOP places to go in East Java. Shenny on the other hand enjoyed her chance to get up-close and personal with the many animals in the zoo. Check out their upcoming posts!

Quick tips on a day out at Jatim Park 2:

  •         Apply generous sunscreen on your face, neck and body to avoid sunburn
  •         Keep your hands free and have a go at petting the animals or feeding them
  •         Jatim Park 2 is H U G E so be sure to spare a full day to cover this wildlife park
  1.   Explore Museum Angkut

Museum Angkut is a modern transportation museum, first of its kind in Indonesia and Asia, that is a fair mix of art and culture. For all transportation lovers (be it air, land or water), be prepared to be wowed by the scale of the museum and and kinds of transportation they have!


We felt like we time travelled from the beginning of time as we saw old transportation devices and watched them evolve as we walked through the museum to recent motor vehicles.


The attraction also includes a Museum Angkut Plus Movie Star Studio which showcases various landscapes and exotic building models replicated from across continental Europe to the Americas.


One can look forward to settings from Las Vegas, Hollywood, London and even the United States White House!


Quick tips for a visit at Museum Angkut:

  •         There is a fee of 30,000RP for per camera (DSLR, digital camera and even gopro or action camera equivalent) in Museum Angkut. To save cost, just use 1 camera among everyone visiting! Just be sure to have enough battery to last the whole day
  •         Allocate at least a day to complete the place as there are many things to explore

Our adventure in Indonesia was such a memorable one as we ventured to off-the-beaten-track locations in East Java. If you would like to go on the same trip with us, we have some good news!

Garuda Indonesia 

Garuda Indonesia has extended this wonderful Indonesia air ticket promotion to all our readers. At only SGD$350 (all inclusive), you get to travel via Garuda Indonesia like we did.

The flight to Indonesia will be as follows: Singapore – Denpasar (Bali) – Banyuwangi, and the return flight will depart from Surabaya – Singapore. Booking period is from now till 31 October 2015 and travel dates run from now till March 2016!

Here’s how! Simply quote, “GANuffnang” when booking at Garuda ticketing office (101 Thomson Road #12-03 United Square) or via the reservation hotline 6250 2888 J Be sure to book your tickets before the promotion ends!


We had an enjoyable flight experience thanks to the seamless transit and the pleasant in-flight comfort and service. Garuda Indonesia is an award winning airline with the World’s Best Airline Cabin Staff’ in 2015 and 2014, ‘World’s Best Economy Class’ in 2013.

Of course, you might be skeptical in travelling alone with no prior experience in climbing mountains. We got that covered for you! :)

Ministry of Tourism, Republic of Indonesia 

On top of the flight promos, you can get a full land tour package like ours, sit back and relax leave your worries to the guides, you can get them by contacting Trisno from Diorama Travel Management at

Finally, we would like to thank everyone who made this memorable and amazing trip possible for us.


Madeline Chin
Nuffnang Community Team

2015 is an important year for Singapore and fellow Singaporeans. 50 years of nation-building by our pioneer and country leaders has shaped Singapore into a prosperous and beautiful global city today. More importantly, through our trials and tribulations, we have also built our Singaporean identity and have successfully put multi-racial harmony on the map. Seeing our nation’s remarkable achievement, the Nuffnang family is greatly humbled by our leaders selflessness, and aspired by their ambitions and vision for Singapore.


If you have been reading our Dayre, you would have read about our announcement that Nuffnang is a major partner of the NDP2015 committee! No words can express how proud we are to be a part of Singapore’s grand celebration of her Golden Jubilee.

Video: Jon Phay

Being NDP2015’s exclusive blogger community, we were invited to various media events. Let us share some of our excitement meeting the NDP2015 participants, and adventures riding on the vehicles that you would see on 9 August.

1. Majulah Singapura – Everybody can be a Pioneer of Tomorrow!

At the first NDP2015 media event, our Bloggeratis were privileged to meet some of the participants and boy, were they all so excited!

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Corliss was elated to meet and chat with our Singapore Girl representing our national carrier Singapore Airlines at the Vintage Parade segment.


Did you know? Diah’s own brother is currently part of the Singapore police Force. So it is no surprise that she was exceptionally happy to meet SSSGT (R) Ramalingam S/O Nadasan Pillay who first participated in NDP in 1967 when he was in the Police Force!


Photo: Diah

The event certainly injected a healthy amount of patriotism into us, and some of our bloggeratis also had many heartfelt wishes and aspirations for Singapore.

And as Mongchin said, “I’m very proud to call myself a Singaporean and am very thankful to be able to call this country my home. I’ve said this umpteen times, I know, but I truly am so so proud and I couldn’t sing enough praises of this little dot of a country to others when I was travelling all over Europe for half a year last year.”


Photo: Mongchin

2.  Media Launch of NDP and SG50 Fun Packs


Photos: Sheila Mandy

One great essence of watching the National Day Parades live is waving the Singapore flag and shaking the red and white clappers with so much gusto and pride. These accessories alongside Singapore flag tattoos and homely snacks are all packed into the Fun Packs. This year, the excitement packed into the signature Fun Packs can be enjoyed by every Singaporeans, not just spectators in attendance. Yaaaaaay!


What is better than free goodies? Free goodies packed for you with love by another fellow Singaporean!

No wonder the Singapore Kindness Movement was polled to be the most memorable campaign. Singa must be proud.


Photos: ShennyyangZoe Raymond

We need not say more when it is written all over our bloggers’ faces just how exciting A Fun Pack from Me to You can be.


And walking away from the event, Becksko literally brought out the words from our mouths. “Born and bred in Singapore, nothing makes me prouder than to see my country grow, and to grow with my country as one.”

3. Air Show and Mobile Column Displays

Each National Day Parade is also an opportunity to be proud of our country’s security and military strength. Just like social media these days, defence of our sunny island is a 24/7 responsibility. For this, we would like to thank all our military and civil defence officers for their selfless protection of our nation all year round!


Guarding our skies are our RSAF. This year’s air participation boosts the largest number of aircrafts featured ever at any NDP! In line with Singapore’s Golden Jubilee, 50 of them will make up the aerial show.


On land, Singapore also enjoys the protection from Singapore Armed Force, Singapore Police Force and Singapore Civil Defence Force.


During the media display of the Mobile Column, we were invited on-board some of the vehicles that would be featured in the NDP 2015 Integrated Show. And oh boy, that ride packed more thrill than one on a roller coaster!


Photo: Sengkang Babies

The 4 media events put together by the NDP 2015 Committee have reflected the amount of thought and effort poured over each idea and item for the parade. We share the excitement with them and can’t wait to see all Singaporeans come together as one to celebrate our nation’s Golden Jubilee!

Nuffnang SG would like to wish the committee a very successful show come 9 August!


Jasmine Tse
Nuffnang Community Team

Hola Nuffnangers! What’s crackin’?

NuffnangSG has had the busiest start to 2015, but before we share with you what’s in store for the year, let us have a brief recap on the events that occurred over January.

1. Regional Summit in Bangkok, Thailand

Boss Ming has stepped up to the mantle as CEO and Boss Tim as COO of the Netccentric Group this year – marking 2015 as an important year for Nuffnang and our sister companies!

The Management teams across 7 countries all over the region met up as they annually do for our 2015 Netccentric Summit in Bangkok, Thailand – the land of smiles.

There were intensive full day of meetings and planning for sure. But Nuffnang still has to do what they do best.

Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Philippines, Thailand, United Kingdom and China all came together with one strategic goal in mind for 2015. So be afraid, or excited. Either way works :)


2.      Company Retreat in Bali, Indonesia

After a fulfilling 2014, Nuffies from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and China were also flown to Bali for the annual company retreat from 12 to 15 January 2015.

It was not only an internal meeting to reflect on 2014 and to move forward into 2015, but it was also a time for us all to let loose together!  What could be better than a holiday with lots of sun, sea, padi fields and sacred temples?

Pick Ming’s and Tim’s brains about this annual tradition and their personal experiences this time round!

5 countries worth of Nuffies were present this time and hanging out with 70+ Nuffies is either no joke, or LOTS OF IT. It was a time to see both familiar and new faces again, and it was so much fun getting to know and bunk in with so many different people (yes, we had an international sleeping situation!).



On the last night, as we were just getting closer to one another, Ming and Timothy brought everyone to Metis Bali Restaurant, a renown french fine dining restaurant. We had a luxurious three course meal!

“It has been a great 2014 for the Netccentric Group Internationally and we want to thank every one of you for your hard work. We celebrate today together as a family and from tomorrow onwards, we go back to our respective countries stronger, ready to take on 2015,” Ming said after dinner.


3. Netccentric unveils growth plans in Australia

Ming addresses the challenges and growth plans in Australia in his recent interview with The Australian. Plans include the opening of a Sydney office and expansion of the Australian team!

4. We’re turning 8!

Like the previous years, we are organising a birthday bash to celebrate Nuffnang’s 8 years of success. NuffnangSG is holding its celebration this year in March and we expect it to be an HUGE party. Keep your eyes peeled!

5. Nuffnang is now also on Dayre!

As pioneers in the blogosphere, how could we miss out on Dayre, the up-and-coming mobile-blogging platform?

Instead of traditional blogging constrained to the limitations of a desktop computer, we are now able to write to our readers as we go about on our daily activities as Proud Nuffies. Living in an era of constant “upgrades”, there is no other time for us to level up our blogging game!

Follow our official Dayre account now!

And it’s not just us – we have our allies across the world on board too. If you’re keen to join in on the Dayre fun, check them out: Malaysia, Thailand, UK, China and Philippines!

*waves Nuffnang flag*

6. Blogger Updates and what’s coming up for them in 2015?

Enough about us at the Nuffnang headquarters – apparently we are not the only busy ones this year. Many of our top bloggers are also expecting many things new.

              • Yina married her soulmate right at the beginning of this year!

  • Qiuting, is expecting the birth of her newborn in March this year! This signifies an exciting year for Qiuting and Nuffnang as she progresses to her next stage in life as a mother, which will also mean growth and development for her as a blogger and an influencer.

Many of our bloggers who have stayed on with Nuffnang over the years are maturing into roles of parents and we couldn’t be more proud to be around to see them through these milestones!


      • Peggy is currently on THE dream holiday that most of us can only fantasize about.. Think the Artics, riding dog sleighs and frolicking in the company of reindeer

        • Melody is off to London to step out of her comfort and to experience all things new and different!

  • Last but not least, with Wendy as an ambassador of Curash, Merries and Tyrequeen, and Qiuting’s partnering with several brands this year, look forward to bigger and better things from our brand new Talent Management Division that now represents Bloggerati by Nuffnang!

Cheers to an awesome year ahead for us all!

Amanda Tan
Nuffnang Community Team


Dear 2014,

You’ve been a pretty amazing year – one that’s filled with highs and lows (more of the happy moments of course) for Nuffnang and our bloggers. So here we are looking back on the 5 memorable moments we had in the year 2014:

1. #NuffnangIs007, And We Got The License To Party!


We turned 7! The teams from all the Nuffnang offices in the region unanimously came up with the theme of 007, commemorating our 7th birthday regionally.

2. For a Good cause at Nuffnang: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge & Giving Tuesday 2014


The year 2014 is a year of giving here at Nuffnang. The Nuffies and some of the bloggers (BenRanAway & Peishi) took up the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and contributed to the cause in their own unique way.


And for the second year running, the Nuffies were back doing our part for the community on Giving Tuesday 2014. The packing and distribution of 330 food bundles to the low-income families was not an easy feat. But the Nuffies made a great team and successfully put smiles to the beneficiaries at Fei Yue Family Service Centre.

3. Love is in the air~

 If 2013 was the year of proposals for our bloggers, 2014 is the year of weddings and more weddings!

Slide1The union of #nadskai1314 kick-start the wedding year at Nuffnang! Much preparation was put in place for Nadia’s fairytale wedding.

Slide2Jayne goes for a casual yet chic wedding theme which resonates strongly with her personality.

Slide4Juli is now happily married to her childhood sweetheart of 10 years and still relishing every moment with her Mr Mode.

Slide3The good-looking couple got hitched this year after Silas proposed to Jessica (affectionately known as TippyTapp) in 2013!

Seeing this trend, 2015 seems to be a baby booming year for our bloggers….? We certainly don’t mind having cute babies at our office!

4. Bloggerati Launch Party

BloggeratiThe launch of Bloggerati was a night of good food, great company and big plans for the bloggers in the coming year. We can’t wait to share it with you guys!

5. Partnership with Digital Fashion Week Singapore: #NuffnangxDFW

DFWWNuffnang was the Social Media Partner for Digital Fashion Week Singapore 2014. It was one helluva event filled with glitz, glamour and gorgeous people!

DFWOne of the highlights of the event was the involvement of the #DFWInsiders for this year’s Digital Fashion Week. Our influencers get first-hand dibs and behind the scenes to the fashion shows! Find out what our local and regional influencers Amanda Leong, Peggy Chang and NaNa have to say about their experience at #NuffnangxDFW.



Thank you, 2014.

As we bid farewell to this eventful year, we would like to take this time to thank everyone who have supported us all these years. 2015 will be the year to look out for, cheers to an amazing year ahead!

Amantha Koh
Nuffnang Community Team



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