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  • Greetings and welcome to the city of Tokyo.

    問候,歡迎來到東京市。

  • It is a very cold day, March 22, You could see up here there's some power lines and I thought that this would be a very interesting place to come because we are in the middle of something very, very challenging here in Tokyo Tepco, which is the Tokyo Electric power company.

    這是一個非常寒冷的日子,3月22日,你可以看到這裡有一些電線,我認為這將是一個非常有趣的地方,因為我們在東京Tepco,也就是東京電力公司,正處於非常、非常具有挑戰性的事情之中。

  • Um, most famous for the 2011 Great Tokyo earthquake, the nuclear meltdown in Fukushima since that earthquake about 10 years, over 10 years ago.

    嗯,最有名的是2011年東京大地震,福島的核洩漏,因為那場地震大約10年,10多年前。

  • Now we've been having power supply issues uh for a long time and the earthquake that happened last week has had an impact on the power coming in to Tokyo.

    現在我們的電力供應問題已經存在很長時間了,上週發生的地震對東京的電力供應產生了影響。

  • Now you can see I'm near a dark building here.

    現在你可以看到我在這裡靠近一個黑暗的建築物。

  • You can see it's actually snowing here in Tokyo.

    你可以看到東京這裡確實在下雪。

  • It's like a mix of snow and rain and it's a cold day.

    這就像雪和雨的混合體,是一個寒冷的日子。

  • You can see my breath is out here which is weird because I had shorts on just a couple of days ago, which is very weird.

    你可以看到我的呼吸在這裡,這很奇怪,因為就在幾天前我還穿著短褲,這非常奇怪。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • But because it's such a cold frigid weird day, power consumption is up way, way higher than normal, at least for the last seven days.

    但是,因為這是一個如此寒冷的冰冷怪異的日子,耗電量比正常情況下高得多,至少在過去七天裡是這樣。

  • So there was an issue of this before like right after the earthquake happened, a lot of the reactors went offline.

    是以,在地震發生後,很多反應堆都關閉了,之前就有這樣的問題。

  • But because the weather is noticeably colder, my my fingers are almost kind of numb.

    但由於天氣明顯變冷,我的我的手指幾乎有點麻木。

  • Hold a second.

    稍等一下。

  • Is there no audio really no audio.

    是不是沒有音頻真的沒有音頻。

  • There should be audio.

    應該有音頻。

  • Yeah, because because the cold, this cold weather is here Power consumption is up last night.

    是的,因為因為寒冷,這個寒冷的天氣在這裡 電力消費在昨晚上升。

  • I got a message from Tepco asking to reduce power consumption and keep heat no higher than 20°C which Is actually enough.

    我收到了Tepco的資訊,要求降低功耗並保持熱量不超過20°C,這實際上是足夠的。

  • I don't think you need to be higher than that but a lot of people have it at 24°C, can I like to keep it nice and warm.

    我不認為你需要高於這個溫度,但很多人把它放在24°C,我喜歡保持它的溫暖。

  • Um but they asked us to reduce the, the heat and if to reduce power consumption in our own house, I don't think in the history of Japan we'd ever been like had a warning like this before, at least that's what the news is reporting here.

    但他們要求我們減少熱量,如果減少我們自己家裡的電力消耗,我認為在日本的歷史上,我們從來沒有像以前那樣得到過這樣的警告,至少這裡的新聞是這樣報道的。

  • We also have some other issues that are going on in in Tokyo as a result of the earthquake and like it wasn't that strong here in Tokyo but the repercussions of what happened up there in in Tohoku really impacts this area.

    由於地震,我們在東京也有一些其他的問題,就像東京這裡的地震並不強烈,但在東北發生的事情的反響確實影響了這個地區。

  • So I got a news report here, I printed it out.

    所以我在這裡得到了一份新聞報道,我把它打印出來。

  • This is a Tepco asks users to save power after quake.

    這是特普勒公司要求用戶在地震後節約用電。

  • It's also a link in the description here, you can check it out because historically I think this is sort of a big deal.

    在這裡的描述中也有一個鏈接,你可以查看一下,因為從歷史上看,我認為這算是一個大問題。

  • Um so they asked, starting on friday night which was last week to um make sure that the power shortages in that they were going to be possible power shortages.

    嗯,所以他們要求,從星期五晚上開始,也就是上週,嗯,確保在他們將可能出現電力短缺。

  • Let's walk down this, this old alley here Power shortages and they said as of nine p.m. Demand had reached 98% of the power supply capacity through the margin needs to be kept at or above 3% in order to ensure stable power.

    讓我們沿著這條,這條老巷子走下去 電力短缺,他們說,截至晚上九點,需求已經達到了98%的電力供應能力,通過保證金需要保持在3%或以上,以確保穩定的電力。

  • So we're at like like 100 and a lot of these houses here And there's about seven million households in met in the central of Tokyo.

    是以,我們在像100和很多這些房子在這裡,有大約700萬戶家庭在東京的中心滿足。

  • I don't think it's a bad signal on my end.

    我不認為這是我這邊的信號不好。

  • I checked the upload speed And it was 22 MB/s in this area.

    我檢查了上傳速度,在這個地區是22MB/s。

  • So I don't know what why the signal would be weak here.

    所以我不知道為什麼這裡的信號會很弱。

  • You can see the power lines and these older buildings are are connecting into it as long as well as the telephone lines which are not as useful but there's a light right there on that building and you can see it's connected by the power.

    你可以看到電力線和這些老建築正在連接到它,以及電話線,這些電話線並不那麼有用,但那棟建築上有一盞燈,你可以看到它是由電力連接的。

  • So these are older buildings.

    是以,這些都是老建築。

  • I like this area of Tokyo because you can see the old and the new and the older buildings, it's much more obvious to see the power lines.

    我喜歡東京的這個地區,因為你可以看到新舊和老建築,看到電源線就更明顯了。

  • Even in a modern city like Tokyo we have old buildings like this.

    即使在東京這樣的現代城市,我們也有這樣的古老建築。

  • So we're at 100% and as a result if it goes any higher they're going to have to just shut off power to houses.

    是以,我們已經達到了100%,結果是如果再高的話,他們將不得不直接關閉房屋的電源。

  • So that means hundreds of thousands of houses could be without power in the city of Tokyo today and for the next couple of days so I don't want to I don't want to lose power.

    是以,這意味著今天和未來幾天,東京市內數十萬棟房屋可能會停電,所以我不想,我不想失去電力。

  • So if you are living in the Tokyo area please conserve power because it is a it's a team effort here.

    是以,如果你住在東京地區,請節約用電,因為這裡是一個團隊的努力。

  • I feel bad for Tepco because actually I don't that as much but sort of because I know it's really tough.

    我為Tepco感到難過,因為實際上我沒有那麼多,但也算是因為我知道它真的很艱難。

  • Power shortages may trigger large scale outages.

    電力短缺可能引發大規模的停電。

  • Tepco requested users to reduce their electrical consumption between nine PM and 10 PM, which is apparently when people use the most amount of power they come home from work or it's the coldest right before bed and they turn on the power um they're also watching lots more tv, they've got to elect the washing and drying machines on.

    Tepco要求用戶在晚上9點到10點之間減少他們的電力消耗,這顯然是人們使用最多電力的時候,他們下班回家或睡覺前最冷,他們打開電源,嗯,他們也在看很多電視,他們必須打開洗衣機和烘乾機。

  • So to reduce power between nine and 10 PM company asked for cooperation to save power for the first time Since January 10 of last year, which was uh you know, because of the pandemic, a lot of people were at home on a very cold day.

    是以,為了在晚上9點和10點之間減少電力,公司要求合作,以節省電力,這是自去年1月10日以來的第一次,這是呃,你知道,因為大流行病,很多人在一個非常寒冷的日子裡在家。

  • They just didn't have enough power.

    他們只是沒有足夠的力量。

  • Now the reason why there's not enough powers is stems all the way back to 10, 11 years ago when a lot of the fossil-fuel power plants went offline as well as the nuclear power plants went offline and it just, there's not enough supply for the demand of power Here in the city of Tokyo, which is, which is odd.

    現在,電力不足的原因一直可以追溯到10、11年前,當時很多化石燃料發電廠和核電站都停運了,只是,東京市的電力需求沒有足夠的供應,這是,這很奇怪。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • You think they would have solved this 10 years on but they haven't yet.

    你以為他們會在10年後解決這個問題,但他們還沒有。

  • So what what is Tokyo doing Tokyo is going to be borrowing power from I think let's see here, Hokkaido power Chubu power, Hokuriku Electric company chugoku electric company, Kyushu electric company are all supplying power to talk to Tepco.

    那麼,東京在做什麼呢?東京將從我想讓我們在這裡看到,北海道電力公司、中部電力公司、北陸電力公司、九州電力公司都在供電,與特普科交談。

  • This is sort of embarrassing I think.

    我認為這有點令人尷尬。

  • Right, so you would think thank you for the warm tea.

    對,所以你會想,謝謝你的熱茶。

  • I'm gonna see if I can stop at a vending machine here to stay warm.

    我想看看我是否能在這裡的自動售貨機上停下來取暖。

  • You think that the Tepco would have sort of found ways to, Oh, that's pretty interesting.

    你認為Tepco會找到某種方法來......哦,這很有趣。

  • Check this out.

    看看這個。

  • These are like little motor scooters that you can rent that are battery powered.

    這些就像你可以租到的以電池為動力的小機動車。

  • We're gonna check this out in a second.

    我們馬上要檢查一下這個。

  • Speaking of power but it's pretty embarrassing.

    說到權力,但這是很尷尬的。

  • I think the Tepco cannot get enough power to the customers following an earthquake and not be able to have backup.

    我認為,在地震發生後,Tepco不可能向客戶提供足夠的電力,也不可能有備份。

  • This also happened up there and this is an issue.

    這也發生在上面,這是一個問題。

  • The Tohoku Shinkansen services suspended between Nasa Xiomara and Morioka through by a derailment here, which I think they're going to have off the tracks by the end of the end of next week And but the line is down until April 20 their reporting and there's a link in the description for more news articles, you can see the rain is kind of this color and this print out but it's a very sad image to see the Tokushima constant derailed, their safety features in the Shinkansen.

    東北新幹線通過這裡的脫軌事件暫停了在Nasa Xiomara和盛岡之間的服務,我認為他們將在下週結束前脫離軌道 而但這條線路要到4月20日才結束 他們的報道,在描述中還有一個鏈接,可以看到更多的新聞報道,你可以看到雨是這種顏色和這種打印出來的,但看到德島不斷脫軌,他們在新幹線的安全功能,這是一個非常悲傷的影像。

  • So it's not something that you need to worry too much about um when a massive earthquake does happen.

    是以,當大規模地震發生時,你不需要太擔心嗯。

  • Ah there's p waves which are initial waves and I felt it actually last about five days ago when we had this big earthquake, I could feel the p waves in Tokyo.

    啊,還有p波,這是初始波,實際上我感覺到了,大約五天前,當我們發生這場大地震時,我在東京可以感覺到p波。

  • So I kind of had an idea there was an earthquake coming.

    所以我有一種想法,有一場地震即將發生。

  • Um The p waves are like a really light like shaking that sometimes goes unnoticed because it's so light the but the JR East takes that into account and starts to slow down all shinkansen when any kind of waves are felt, the shinkansen automatically starts to slow down.

    p波是一種非常輕的震動,有時會被忽視,因為它太輕了,但JR東日本考慮到這一點,當感覺到任何種類的波浪時,新幹線會自動開始減速。

  • So when the big shock hit, the shinkansen was able to get to um was able to stop much faster as a result of the safety features which probably saved a lot of lives because this derailment looks really bad and it could have been a lot worse if that train had been going much faster speed again.

    是以,當巨大的衝擊襲來時,新幹線能夠以更快的速度停下來,因為安全設施可能挽救了很多人的生命,因為這次脫軌看起來非常糟糕,如果該列車再次以更快的速度行駛,情況可能會更糟。

  • The faster it goes.

    走得越快。

  • I think it's just it's such a much more dangerous situation.

    我認為這只是一個更危險的情況。

  • Of course there are only light injuries as a result of this shinkansen derailment which is a real testament to the safety that JR East puts into um the trains here now that that's gonna keep the rails um on the Tohoku shinkansen Shut down until April 20.

    當然,這次新幹線脫軌事故只造成了輕微的人員傷亡,這也真正證明了JR東日本公司在這裡的列車的安全性,這將使東北新幹線的鐵軌嗯關閉到4月20日。

  • I'm actually really cold and I'm speaking faster because my fingers are numb.

    其實我真的很冷,我說話的速度很快,因為我的手指已經麻木了。

  • I didn't expect I didn't expect snow to be falling either.

    我沒有想到我也沒有想到會下雪。

  • So that's kind of bad news.

    所以這是個壞消息。

  • So it's going to be harder to get up to Tohoku, it's easier to fly now and rent a car than it is because there's no train, no fast way to get up there.

    所以去東北會更難,現在坐飛機和租車都比它容易,因為沒有火車,沒有快速的方法去那裡。

  • I don't know about the local lines.

    我不知道在地線路的情況。

  • I just haven't, I talked with anybody who's traveled up there, I was gonna go to Tokyo station to do this but I figured it's really cold.

    我只是沒有,我和任何在那裡旅行過的人談過,我本來想去東京站做這個,但我想它真的很冷。

  • Just find a neighborhood that's that's nearby that has power lines.

    只要找到附近有電源線的社區就可以了。

  • Hopefully this power shortage is fixed by tomorrow and the reason why it's fixed, we've got warmer weather coming in in 24 hours.

    希望這個電力短缺問題在明天之前得到解決,而解決的原因是,我們在24小時內會有更溫暖的天氣到來。

  • So with the warmer weather, people turn off the heat, they open the windows, they use less power and that's what we're all hoping for for the next 24 hours.

    是以,隨著天氣變暖,人們關閉暖氣,打開窗戶,減少用電,這就是我們都希望在未來24小時內的情況。

  • So Tepco is really trying hard to get through this These 24 hours until tomorrow, Even 12 hours now.

    是以,Tepco真的很努力地度過這24小時,直到明天,甚至現在12小時。

  • Um when people go to bed, the power consumption goes down as well.

    嗯,當人們上床睡覺時,電力消耗也會下降。

  • Any questions I know that because Japan is one of one of the countries on the ring of fire.

    任何問題我都知道,因為日本是火環上的國家之一。

  • We're going to have massive earthquake, earthquake sometimes.

    我們將有大規模的地震,地震有時。

  • But it's just to be worrying that 10 years after 10 years since the last big earthquake, Tokyo Power and like electric and power company still doesn't have enough power for situations like this to make sure that consumers can heat their homes.

    但令人擔憂的是,自上次大地震以來,10年過去了,東京電力公司和類似的電力公司仍然沒有足夠的電力來應對這樣的情況,以確保消費者能夠為他們的家庭供暖。

  • It's weird right?

    這很奇怪吧?

  • It doesn't make a lot of sense.

    這並沒有什麼意義。

  • Do you know that the power is mixed in Tokyo nuclear, solar wind burning trash.

    你知道嗎,在東京核電、太陽能風能燃燒的垃圾中混合了電力。

  • Um a lot of the, so right now the east, so go power power plant in Yokohama is shut down.

    嗯,很多,所以現在東部的,所以在橫濱的發電站被關閉了。

  • That's also part of the problem.

    這也是問題的一部分。

  • It's an I believe that's a fossil fuel plant.

    這是一個我相信是一個化石燃料工廠。

  • It's right outside of the city of Yokohama.

    它就在橫濱市的外面。

  • And I was looking at their website, it was really funny.

    我在看他們的網站,真的很有趣。

  • They actually had a power festival at the East So Go Power Company in 2019 and on the, on the brochure it looked like people were having a lot of fun at the power company.

    實際上,他們在2019年在東蘇電力公司舉辦了一個電力節,在,在宣傳冊上,看起來人們在電力公司玩得很開心。

  • The power rangers were on the brochure.

    電力別動隊在宣傳冊上。

  • So it makes me wonder if Japan's power is powered by the power rangers which would be very interesting.

    是以,這讓我想知道日本的力量是否是由電力別動隊提供的,這將是非常有趣的。

  • Um this, it's a mix of all different kinds of things because it's a cloudy day here in Tokyo.

    嗯這個,這是一個混合的各種不同的東西,因為在東京這裡是一個陰天。

  • The news is also reporting that solar power, which is another another diversified power alternative that that Tepco has incorporated is is much lower as a result of the clouds and the snow.

    新聞還報道說,由於雲和雪的影響,太陽能發電,也就是特普科納入的另一個多樣化的電力替代方案,其發電量大大降低。

  • So like it seems to be like the perfect storm for power consumption.

    是以,像這樣的情況似乎就像耗電的完美風暴。

  • I'm looking at this tree right here and this is also a testament of, of the, the chill and my worry here.

    我在這裡看著這棵樹,這也是一個證明,證明了這裡的寒意和我的擔心。

  • You can see the cherry blossoms are just a day away from blooming.

    你可以看到櫻花只差一天就會盛開。

  • Do you see this?

    你看到這個了嗎?

  • It's so close and there's some cold rain on them and I'm glad that they didn't bloom yet because if they had this rain might have washed it away.

    它是如此接近,而且有一些冷雨在它們身上,我很高興它們還沒有開花,因為如果它們開花,這場雨可能會把它沖走。

  • We're very close to to the cherry blossoms opening this so many Yoshino blossoms all over the city of Tokyo look at that.

    我們非常接近櫻花開放的時間,東京市內到處都有這麼多的吉野花,看看吧。

  • So Hopefully tomorrow sunshine is going to be enough to open up those blossoms and we're gonna have a wonderful day for the next 48 hours.

    是以,希望明天的陽光足以讓那些花兒開放,我們將在接下來的48小時內度過美好的一天。

  • We're just waiting for the weather to warm up.

    我們只是在等待天氣轉暖。

  • I'm like I got cherry blossom fever but today it's hard to feel because even my fingers are numb because it's so cold.

    我好像得了櫻花熱,但今天很難感覺到,因為太冷了,連我的手指都麻木了。

  • We have something called san can Sheehan, which is this weird spring weather before the warm weather breaks and we get good enough weather where we can go outside in shorts like I normally do in the end of March, they'll be like like three days hot, three days cold, three days hot, three days cold in this, this cycle of up and down up and down with the temperatures it goes on and it's quite annoying but then it just breaks and then it's warm for the rest until october So right now we're in the middle of that.

    我們有一種叫做san can sheehan的東西,就是在溫暖的天氣打破之前的這種奇怪的春季天氣,我們得到了足夠好的天氣,我們可以像我通常在三月底那樣穿著短褲出去,他們會像三天熱,三天冷,三天熱,三天冷的這種情況,這種循環的溫度上升和下降,它繼續下去,這是相當惱人的,但後來它只是打破,然後它是溫暖的休息,直到十月。

  • This feels like winter right now.

    現在的感覺就像冬天。

  • It really feels like winter.

    它真的感覺像冬天。

  • So we're not that far away from these blossoms opening up and bringing us some some spring fever again.

    是以,我們離這些花朵開放並再次給我們帶來一些春天的熱度並不遙遠。

  • Oh, it's cold van.

    哦,這是很冷的貨車。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你。

  • Stay safe.

    保持安全。

  • Thanks a lot.

    非常感謝。

  • We haven't had any aftershocks here, which is a little bit odd.

    我們這裡沒有發生任何餘震,這有點奇怪。

  • I thought we would feel a little bit more following the earthquake a couple of days ago, but it's still possible that this happened and I, I have charged up the batteries and an earthquake pack.

    我以為在幾天前的地震之後,我們會有更多的感覺,但還是有可能發生這種情況,我,我已經給電池和地震包充了電。

  • We have a bag by the door in case that strong earthquake hits with water.

    我們在門邊放了一個袋子,以防那場強震帶著水襲來。

  • Some food, we put in some baby milk for, for Leo and we have some snacks that we eat for a couple of days.

    一些食物,我們放了一些嬰兒牛奶給,給里奧,我們還有一些零食,我們吃了幾天。

  • Some rations, we can just grab that.

    一些口糧,我們可以直接拿出來。

  • I have helmets also by the door that we just grab and we can, we can run to a park or an evacuation center if we need to following the earthquake, staying in your house is okay too.

    我在門邊也放了頭盔,我們可以拿著頭盔,如果地震後需要,我們可以跑到公園或疏散中心,呆在家裡也是可以的。

  • But there's gas line, there's gas all around and there's a, there's possible um, I know dangers when the in the streets, things falling from buildings and whatnot.

    但是有煤氣管道,周圍都有煤氣,而且有可能,我知道在街上有危險,東西從建築物上掉下來什麼的。

  • So it's, it's, it's certainly, you know, a good idea to stay inside during the earthquake and then to evacuate.

    是以,這,這,這當然是,你知道,在地震期間呆在裡面,然後撤離是一個好主意。

  • Um, if there's structural damages around, especially after a strong one to a place that is safe because you just don't know.

    嗯,如果周圍有結構性破壞,特別是在一個強大的一個地方,是安全的,因為你只是不知道。

  • Um, so that's the situation here.

    嗯,所以這就是這裡的情況。

  • Hopefully we can get through these 24 hours and we don't have a power shortage or power outages because that would wreck havoc.

    希望我們能度過這24小時,我們不會出現電力短缺或停電,因為那會造成巨大的破壞。

  • It would get even colder.

    它將變得更加寒冷。

  • We'd lose the things in the refrigerator.

    我們會失去冰箱裡的東西。

  • We don't want any of that.

    我們不希望有任何這種情況。

  • And even, and even in 10 years after the Great Tohoku earthquake, we're still experiencing these kinds of shortages.

    甚至,甚至在東北大地震的10年後,我們仍然在經歷這類短缺。

  • So a lot of Tokyo Heights are kind of upset.

    所以很多東京高地的人都有點不高興。

  • The Kanto region is the only one really suffering.

    關東地區是唯一真正受到影響的地區。

  • Tohoku is getting power I believe from Hokkaido power which is able to power all moody and some of the other places should the shortages get really bad.

    我相信東北的電力來自於北海道的電力,北海道的電力能夠為所有喜怒無常的地方和其他一些地方供電,如果短缺情況真的很嚴重的話。

  • So they're, they're okay up in Tohoku.

    所以他們,他們在東北的情況還不錯。

  • Uh, there might be some places that still have some power outages because there they were hit a lot harder than we were down in Tokyo.

    呃,可能有一些地方仍然有一些停電,因為他們受到的打擊比我們在東京受到的打擊大得多。

  • But Tokyo, which is power hungry has the biggest problems with power consumption because there's 44,043 million people in the Kanto area which encompasses Tokyo chiba, Tochigi, Gunma, Ibaraki, Kanagawa.

    但是,東京在電力消耗方面的問題最大,因為關東地區有440.43億人,包括東京千葉、櫪木、群馬、茨城、神奈川。

  • So that this region of of Of Japan is just so densely populated.

    是以,日本的這一地區人口非常稠密。

  • We just suck up power so much were the ones that are suffering the most and hopefully Tepco which is still kind of reeling from the 2011 earthquakes and the meltdown down up in Fukushima which powered a lot of the Kanto region can figure out how to diversify enough that we don't have these problems in the future.

    我們只是吸收了大量的電力,是那些遭受最多痛苦的人,希望Tepco公司仍然從2011年的地震和福島的熔燬中恢復過來,該公司為關東地區提供了大量的電力,能夠想出如何實現足夠的多樣化,使我們在未來沒有這些問題。

  • There's a link in the description if you want to take a look at the article about the power power supply warnings that were getting but it's just really weird in Tokyo that we have power supply warnings five days after an earthquake just showing you that it's time.

    如果你想看一下關於電力供應警告的文章,描述中有一個鏈接,但在東京,我們在地震發生五天後就有電力供應警告,只是向你表明時間到了,這真的很奇怪。

  • Maybe Tepco should upgrade a little bit, I don't know or every house should have a solar panel and get off the grid maybe who knows, but right now we are, we are slightly worried about it.

    也許Tepco應該升級一下,我不知道,或者每家每戶都應該有一個太陽能電池板,脫離電網,也許誰知道呢,但是現在我們,我們對它略感擔心。

  • Angel, thank you.

    天使,謝謝你。

  • It's nice to see you here?

    在這裡見到你很高興?

  • Thanks for joining me tomorrow.

    謝謝你明天加入我。

  • Um Peter and I are going to a hamburger place live streaming.

    嗯,彼得和我要去一個漢堡包的地方直播。

  • So you're not gonna wanna miss this one?

    所以你不會想錯過這一次吧?

  • Probably around 2:30 p.m. Which is a little bit late for those on the east coast of the United States.

    可能在下午2:30左右,這對美國東海岸的人來說有點晚。

  • But a