UPDATE: 71st ASEAN Business Advisory Council Meeting and Digitise ASEAN Conference 2017

The ASEAN Business Advisory Council held its 71st Council Meeting at the SBF Center in Singapore last June 20-21, 2017.

ASEAN BAC invited people from the government sector to further enhance private sector engagement. Dr. Johnny Noe E. Ravalo, the Assistant Governor of the Office of Systemic Risk Management of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas discussed the status and key issues on Banking Integration while Comm. Atty. Ephyro Luis Amatong tackled challenges on Capital Markets Integration. 

Representatives from the ASEAN-Japan Business Council provided updates on the ASEAN Japan Innovation Network. 

Ms. Josephine Romero, the Adviser to the Chair of ASEAN BAC shared to the Council the highlights of the recently concluded Prosperity for All Summit that is the take-off point of the newly formed Alliance for Prosperity for All. She also took on the opportunity to update the Council on the remaining programs for the year and what support is needed for each. 

This was followed by the report from Mr. Gil Gonzales who attended the ASEAN Coordinating Committee for MSME at Kuala Terranganu in Malaysia and reports from the Working Groups on MSME, E-Commerce and Business Women. 

There was also a discussion on revamping the ASEAN BAC Website and Legacy Projects as provided by Mr. George Barcelon. 

The first day of the meeting ended with an executive session among the Council Members. 

The second day of the ASEAN BAC Meeting proceeded with the exclusive dialogues with US- ASEAN Business Council and ASEAN Young Entrepreneurs Council. 


Organized by the Singapore Business Federation and supported by the ASEAN Business Advisory Council, APEC Business Advisory Council, Singapore APEC Study Centre - ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute and ASEAN Studies Centre, the Digitize ASEAN Conference 2017 was held last June 19 at the SBF Center in Singapore.


The conference examined the different business opportunities in the E-Commerce Industry and brought together the key players in ASEAN and government officials who shared their insights and strategies for the region on how the small and medium enterprises can adopt technology and transform their businesses to prevent themselves from getting wiped out by the digital wave.

Young and Thriving ASEAN Entrepreneurs Changing the Game

Young and Thriving ASEAN Entrepreneurs Changing the Game

These group of under 30 individuals have gained international recognition for their entrepreneurial drive, innovative spirit, and business success. Their young age hasn’t stopped them from greatly impacting their respective fields that range from energy, agriculture, education, food and many more. Here is the definitive list of young entrepreneurs from the different ASEAN countries who are drastically changing the entrepreneurial landscape:


Leandro Leviste (Solar Philippines)

A 23-year-old undergraduate at Yale University and son of Senator Loren Legarda and businessman Tony Leviste. Leviste started Solar Philippines in 2013 when he saw the opportunity of providing solar power in the Philippines. His goal is to put solar panels on every single rooftop to help bring down electricity rates in the Philippines. Solar Philippines partnered with the country’s biggest mall provider SM Prime Holdings for his company’s projects. Leviste is planning to do more solar panel projects for other malls.  Solar Philippines is said to be the Philippines’ top solar power provider and is the largest developer of Solar Rooftop power plants in South East Asia. Solar Philippines is committed to sustainable development and renewable energy to help reduce both electricity costs and carbon footprint.

 Raphael Antonio Mijeno and Aisa Mijeno (SALt)


A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Business Management and has worked for an Australian and British firm. He has background in accounting, finance and sales. Naturally born artistic, he has an eye for art and design. SALt was conceived when Aisa, a computer engineer and member of Greenpeace Philippines experienced living with the natives of the Kalinga mountains and realized that they only had kerosene lamps to be able to see things at night. As kerosene is by no means affordable, safe or sustainable, she decided to come up with an alternative. She then decided to partner up with her brother, Raphael since he was a business management graduate. A partnership between Raphael and his sister Aisa was able to create Sustainable Alternative Lighting, a sustainable and cost-effective ecologically designed lamp powered by tap water and table salt. The concept has gained recognition and won awards all over the region.


Gibran Huzaifah Amsi El Farizy (eFishery)
eFishery founder and CEO Gibran Huzaifah was a fish farmer-turned-agriculture tech entrepreneur. He started his entrepreneurship while he was in his second year in college. He set up catfish farming business in 2011 and built it until it has 83 units of hatchery ponds now. After he graduated from biological science ITB in 2012, he saw an opportunity in supporting technology for fish farmers. He began to build eFishery through fish farming in Indonesia that enable farmers to feed the fish automatically, sense the fish appetite, and connected to the internet. After months of research and hundreds of units of sales, eFishery is now recognized as one of the most distinguished IoT startups in Indonesia, as it is focusing and addressing the big issue and creating impacts for both people and environment.


Indonesia’s Gibran Huzaifah Amsi El Farizy (eFishery) and 4. Heni Sri Sundani Jaladara (Smart Farmer Kids in Action & AgroEdu Jampang Community)

Heni Sri Sundani Jaladara (Founder, Smart Farmer Kids in Action & AgroEdu Jampang Community)
Born into poverty, Sundani went to Hong Kong as a domestic helper to support her family. Despite unfortunate events, she was able to attend college and graduate with honors from St. Mary’s University in Hong Kong with a degree of Entrepreneurial Management. Upon returning to Indonesia, she founded Smart Farmer Kids in Action & AgroEdu Jampang Community. It’s a free school and community program to help eradicate poverty.


Christopher Hwang and Jonathan Shen (Cofounders, The Golden Duck)


The Golden Duck Founders: Jonathan Shen (left) and Christopher Hwang (right).

Jonathan Shen is a marketing manager for the Massive Collective Group of companies, and Co-Founder of TGD (The Golden Duck) Singapore. Chris Hwang is a serial entrepreneur, potential law school dropout and Co-Founder, TGD (The Golden Duck) Singapore; Co-Founder, Impressionist: The Interview Specialists; Investor in Suite 26, Vanity Lounge, and Armoury Gastrobar; Investor in Massive Collective. As the cofounders of Singaporean food company, The Golden Duck Co., Shen and Hwang took advantage of a craze for salted egg yolk there, by creating a series of handcrafted gourmet snack products – from potato chips to crunchy fish skin – with this distinctive flavor. The Golden Duck Co. now sells an average of 10,000 packets of snacks per week.

Qin En Looi, Ying Cong Seah and Oswald Yeo (Cofounders, Glints)


From left: Glints founders – Oswald Yeo, Qin En Looi and Ying Cong Seah.

Three Singaporean entrepreneurs dropped out of Berkeley, Standford and Wharton to launch Glints, a talent recruitment and career discovery platform for young people to find the right internship and job opportunities. Glints sought to bridge this mismatch between employer needs and skills young talent have on offer. They started by helping theirs friends source for internships by building up their career readiness through practical & real-world experiences. Glints has managed to raise $2.7 million from East Ventures, Singapore Infocomm Investments, 500 Startups and others with a 20% monthly growth rate.


Chee Hau Goh and Nadhir Ashafiq Zainal Abidin (Cofounders, TheLorry)


TheLorry Founders: Chee Hau Goh (left) and Nadhir Ashafiq Zainal Abidin (right).

Goh worked as a cargo manager for several global airlines before founding his own business, while Ashafiq has worked as an associate at the CIMB investment bank. Founded in 2014, The Lorry offers on demand cargo transportation services throughout Malaysia. The startup helps more than 1000 drivers with clients who can book vehicles as well as extra services such as packing and dismantling via its online platform.

Neelofa (Founder NH Prima International Sdn Bd)


A Malaysian actress, television and commercial model before entering into the world of entrepreneurship. She loved fashion and had a passion for business so she combined the two and proceeded to set up her own label. Neelofa and her partners decided to revolutionize and simplify modest fashion, to make shawls more practical and easier to wear. After countless trials and errors, they came up with a design for an instant shawl and launched Naelofar Hijab in 2014. They started selling the shawls online and at bazaars. The instant shawls were a hit and there was an increase in demand. Currently there are stocks in Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. Business has expanded and along with Naelofar Hijab, Neelofa have also created two other labels Nalelofar Abaya, featuring modern and stylish abayas and Lofalens, a brand offering fashionable contact lenses.


Vasa Iamsuri (Founding Partner, Fastwork Technologies)


Iamsuri is the founding partner of Fastwork, the fastest growing online freelance marketplace in Thailand. The startup matches companies, mainly small and medium enterprises, with over 3,000 freelancers who are experts in 50 categories such as software development, design and illustration, content marketing, and video editing. Users can browse a variety of freelance categories and start talking to the freelancer and If there a match they can then place an order. Unlike other freelancing sites, Fastwork protects both sides of the marketplace. The startup has so far generated US$300,000 in income for freelancers and this number is growing at 37 percent month-on-month.


Daroath Phav (Executive Director WaterSHED)


He is the Executive Director of WaterSHED. He has a background in accounting and audit, a strong sense of business and an eye for detail.He previously served as WASH Marketing Manager, responsible for WaterSHED’s pioneering sanitation marketing activities. He has been a driving force behind many of the organization’s leading initiatives, including its linkages with micro-finance for consumer purchase. Mr. Phav coordinates market development activities in rural Cambodia across a variety of stakeholder, partners, and donors. Managing a team that works across an area that is home to 40 percent of Cambodia’s population, he ensures the accountability and transparency of the organization, and oversees staff training and program quality.

5 Reasons Why You Should Apply for the ASEAN Business Awards

5 Reasons Why You Should Apply for the ASEAN Business Awards

ASEAN Business Awards 2016 held in Laos.

Joining the ASEAN Business Awards (ABA) can make all the difference for large, medium, small and micro enterprises alike. Many of the most recognized businesses and the up and coming ones across the ASEAN are amongst the ABA’s past awardees. Here are five reasons why applying for the ASEAN Business Awards will be worth your while:

1) Exposure
For many awardees, the ABA is the launching pad for greater opportunities for their business. With the ABA’s vast and diverse audience, being amongst the businesses who are widely recognized definitely brings in more interest in one’s business.

2) Validation
Garnering an ABA award validates the hardwork, growth and impact entrepreneurs have poured in into their ventures. Validation leads many entrepreneurs to push forward and expand their businesses into greater heights.

3) Network
The circle of awardees and even finalists for the awards are amongst the best of the best in any country and perhaps, the whole region. Furthermore, receiving an ABA award can earn you the much needed credibility and respect amongst your peers.

4) Knowledge
Learning about ventures and best practices from different ventures across the many industries present in the ASEAN can help one’s business develop as well. Also, the panel process can also allow you to know more about your own business. With that knowledge, one can easily amplify on their business’ strengths and improve on their weaknesses.

5) Going Global
Through the ABA, many businesses interested in expanding their markets beyond their borders can have their starting point. Because the ABA is the biggest business awarding exclusively for the ASEAN, being recognized will mean one’s business is up to par with global standards. Furthermore, being exposed to the ABA’s global community will mean business owners will get insider tips on how to go global and improve their businesses.



Since its establishment by ASEAN Leaders in 2003, the ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC) has been active in promoting public-private sector partnership and consultation to assist the integration of an ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2017. In its efforts to bridge ASEAN Governments with its private sectors, the Council launched the ASEAN Business Awards (ABA) in 2007 to give recognition to enterprises that have contributed to the growth and prosperity of the ASEAN economy.

Join this year’s ASEAN Business Awards! Application Period: March 15 – July 20, 2017. For more information about the ASEAN Business Awards 2017, please visit www.aba2017.com


DTI pushes for inclusive, innovation-led growth in ASEAN

An Analysis of the ASEAN Cooperation in Strengthening the Role of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)


116/2017- 21 June 2017

The AEC Blueprint Analysis series is a publication which seeks to provide insight into the ASEAN Economic Community Blueprint (AEC) 2025. The publication will seek to do so by adopting a holistic approach in its analysis; creating context by examining past achievements, defining present challenges, and discussing future plans. The series will pay special attention to strategic measures outlined within the AEC’s new blueprint, providing insights with regards to the viability of regional economic integration under the AEC.
Issues faced by micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are an on-going source of discussion within the AEC. Everyone recognises the importance and potential of MSMEs but very little has been done to strengthen their role in the economy. The most common barriers to MSME growth are: access to finance and technology, low quality of human resources, and relatively unfriendly infrastructure and regulatory environment. Unfortunately, coordination among ASEAN sectoral bodies in charge of the relevant areas is still quite low and more communication among could address some of the issues faced by MSMEs. In addition, the private sector needs to be involved given their abundant resources, both financial and in the area of human capital, which could be beneficial for the development of ASEAN MSMEs.
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Dr. Bambang Irawan is a Senior Research Fellow at CIMB ASEAN Research Institute. He was formerly an Assistant Director under the ASEAN Economic Community Department at the ASEAN Secretariat, Jakarta, Indonesia. As head of the Finance Integration Division his portfolio covered cooperation and initiatives under the ASEAN financial integration process. In his capacity, he coordinated activities and initiatives under financial services liberalisation, capital account liberalisation, capital market development, insurance and taxation.
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ASEAN BUSINESS AWARD 2016 WINNERS attending UC Berkeley fourth annual ASEAN Global Leadership Program, May 8-12, 2017



(L-R : Daniel Wong, Chairman & Partner, SRW&Co., Professor John Danner, AGLP Co-Faculty Director, Win Win Tint (Young Entrepreneur Awardee), Anusia Ramasamy (Woman Entrepreneur Awardee), Jhondie T. Abenaza (Best Innovative SME Awardee), Professor Mark Coopersmith, AGLP Co-Faculty Director) at the graduation dinner /certificate presentation ceremony.

For the 4th consecutive year, UC Berkeley Executive Education is partnering with Southeast Asia-based management consulting firm SRW&Co. to host the annual ASEAN Global Leadership Program (AGLP) on their Berkeley campus, specifically designed for the top executives in the public and private sector across the ASEAN region.

The 5-day program entitled “Shaping Our Future as Leaders of Innovation: ASEAN Global Leadership Program” was attended by a group of 38 top executives in the ASEAN countries, from May 8-12, 2017.

In June 2016, ASEAN BAC and SRW&Co. signed a MOU to forge a strategic partnership which provided a scholarship to 3 ASEAN Business Award winners to attend the AGLP in UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. They are Win Win Tint of Myanmar, (Young Entrepreneur Awardee), Jhondie T Abenaza of the Philippines, (Best Innovative SME Awardee) and Anusia Ramasamy of Malaysia, (Woman Entrepreneur Awardee).

In the 5-day program, distinguished faculty from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business led a deep dive into innovation’s key drivers including: experimentation, global and local trends, customer centric product and service design, collaboration, and culture.” Additionally, the participants also visited leading Silicon Valley companies such as Google and Autodesk “to gain insights into their secrets for success and engage with these business leaders who shared their perspectives on Silicon Valley culture and innovation.”

Daniel Wong, Chairman and Partner, SRW&Co., says: “We are excited to be continuing our work with a world class academic partner in UC Berkeley Haas to offer our clients an innovative program that addresses the specific challenges and opportunities ASEAN organizations will face in a new economic community.”

The customised Executive Education program saw organisations from a diverse range of industries sharing insights and learning from each other, as well as from world class faculty. The 3 ABA 2016 winners also participated in a Panel discussion on Entrepreneurship and shared their experiences and insights as entrepreneurs in addressing the challenges and opportunities they faced in building a sustainable business in their home countries and the international market.

In an interview, the 3 ABA awardees confirmed that they had benefited tremendously from attending the AGLP and they will be happy to share their insights and experiences with anyone who may be interested to learn more about the AGLP.

With the successful inaugural launch of the AGLP scholarship scheme, ASEAN BAC will continue to work with SRW&Co. to offer similar opportunities for the selected 2017 ABA winners to attend the AGLP in a world class business school in 2018.

For further enquiries on 2018 AGLP scholarship and AGLP details, please contact:


ASEAN BAC Secretariat, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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PRESS RELEASE 27-29 April 2017. Manila, Philippines

Left to right: Anangga Roosdiono, Dr. Robert Yap, George Barcelon, Teresita Sy-Coson, Jose Ma. A. Concepcion III, H.E. Gen (Ret) Prayut Chan-o-cha, Arin Jira, Moe Kyaw, Tan Sri Dr. Mohd Munir Abdul Majid, Robert Yap Min Choy, Dr. Doan Duy Khuong, Dato Ramesh Kodammal, Lisa Ibrahim, Douglas Foo.

“Partnering for Change, Prosperity for All”


The ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC) held its 70th Meeting in the City of Dreams, Parañaque City, Manila last 27-29 April 2017 under the banner of Prosperity for All as its 2017 theme.  ASEAN-BAC was created by the ASEAN Leaders in 2003 to serve as the “Voice of Business” to put together and champion private-sector concerns and feedback to boost ASEAN's efforts towards faster and more inclusive economic integration.

ASEAN-BAC continued to drill down to ensure private sector participation in supporting priority integration sectors and in addressing key cross cutting reforms.  The Council was pleased to invite and partner with the Food Industry Asia who presented key issues focused on Food Security and Nourishment and Health.  The same engagement was accorded to the ASEAN Tourism Association or ASEANTA as the lead champion for Tourism. Their short list of issues shall serve as inputs to the Council’s Report to Ministers and Leaders and will be amplified in the specific policy consultative working groups for processing.  The ASEAN CSR Network likewise provided the update on Inclusive Finance for ASEAN MSMEs Handbook project which is targeted to be launched in September during the AEM Meeting.  In support of these collaborations are events lined up for the year such as the Inclusive Business Summit and ASEAN Business Awards in September 6, and the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit in November 12 – 13 on the side of the ASEAN Leaders Summit with Dialogue Partners.   

The highlight of the Council’s activities was the Prosperity for All Summit held on following day on April 28 at the Grand Ballroom of City of Dreams.  Two Heads of States graced the Summit with H.E. Dato' Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia giving the Opening Keynote while H.E. Gen (Ret) Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand delivered the closing keynote. H.E Leni Robredo, Vice President, Republic of the Philippines was also present to give her Luncheon Keynote.  



27-29 April 2017. Manila, Philippines



ASEAN-BAC Chair Jose Concepcion said in his Welcome Remarks “Ten years ago, my father was the chairman of ASEAN-BAC. Ten years after, I find myself in the same position as chairman of the ASEAN-BAC which is an honor for me. Under the Philippine chairmanship, the goal is to help prepare more and more micro and small entrepreneurs access the new regional supply chain. As you all know MSME development is close to my heart.”

Under the sub-theme, “Driving growth through micro and small entrepreneurs in trade, services and agriculture,” the summit was designed to pursue genuine and inclusive growth and prosperity for the ASEAN peoples especially those within the poverty line.  There were 5 sessions consisting of panellists from government, private sector experts and business leaders who shared their valuable insights in coming up with an enabling ecosystem where MSMEs can easily access finance, markets, innovation and mentorship.  At the end of the Summit, ASEAN-BAC announced the forthcoming launch of AMEN or the ASEAN Mentorship for Entrepreneurs Network (AMEN) by November.  It aims to provide a private-public partnership platform where mentors and world class teaching modules for MSME empowerment can be developed and actively shared among ASEAN member states (AMS).

The Council also had the opportunity to engage with the with AustCham ASEAN, Australia-ASEAN Business Council and the representatives from the Australian Government to conduct the first Exclusive Dialogue between ASEAN-BAC and the Australian dialogue partners. Joint collaboration in promoting Young Entrepreneurs, Women in Business and Energy were discussed.  ASEAN-BAC was also invited to hold it’s first 2018 meeting in Sydney on the side of the Special ASEAN Australia Summit.  Second, the ASEAN India Business Council was also invited for an exclusive dialogue who updated the Council on key developments in relation to the Regional Economic Cooperation and Partnership or RCEP and other possible undertakings with major Indian companies in ASEAN to promote connectivity.

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DTI pushes for inclusive, innovation-led growth in ASEAN

The Philippines, as one of the founding members of ASEAN, takes pride in hosting this year’s regional meet, which has the theme “Partnering for Change, Engaging the World.” Given that the organization is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, we are also fortunate that we’ve been provided with an opportunity to strategically champion our advocacies within the region.
On top of our agenda is steering the ASEAN to full economic integration through greater trade and investment among our fellow ASEAN Member States.
Despite concerns that our country would lose in terms of trade or employment opportunities because of the ASEAN integration, the Philippines is actually well positioned to take advantage of it. Among our country’s many strengths, we have our robust economic performance, improving competitiveness, and a huge supply of English-speaking workforce.
The integration will likewise provide an opportunity for Philippine industries and services to become a major player in the ASEAN region, even as it offers a bigger market for Philippine businesses.
Through our chairship, we also wish to reach the conclusion for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) that will link the ASEAN–an economic powerhouse with a market of 600 million people–to its six Dialogue Partners. This would create an even bigger market of 3.5 billion people.
What does this all mean for the average Filipino? For consumers, this means more variety of goods and services at cheaper prices. For producers, this means cheaper prices of imports–which translates to more competitive prices for their products. For investors, this means having a single production base, even with the ASEAN’s diversity with regard to capital, expertise, labor, and resources.
Of course, we cannot forget our micro, small, and medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs), who are at the front and center of our current trade agenda. For them, integration means Philippine products and services having easier access to the larger markets of the ASEAN and RCEP, while also heightening their competitiveness.
Yours truly will serve as the chair of the ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting even as the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) chairs the ASEAN Committee on Business and Investment Promotion (CBIP). The latter committee will engage the international business community, the government, and other parties, as well as organize business and investment-related activities.
Last January 24, DTI officially unveiled business programs and events that will complement the Philippines’ priorities under the AEC pillar. These are regulatory coherence; micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs); innovation; and women and youth.
Among the thematic priorities developed by the Philippines for its ASEAN 2017 hosting, DTI’s priority agenda of “inclusive, innovation-led growth” is poised to champion the MSME mandate in the ASEAN through the following strategic measures: (1) increasing trade and investment; (2) integrating MSMEs in the digital economy; and (3) developing an innovation-driven economy.
In these endeavors, all of you, our partners, can help the government promote the Philippine hosting of ASEAN, as well as the ASEAN identity, to the greater number of Filipinos.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte officially opens the ASEAN 2017 Business and Investment Program.
As the Philippines chairs the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) 2017 Summit, the Department of Trade and Industry brings forth the ASEAN vision of an inclusive, innovation-driven growth in the region.

Through the following strategic measures: (1) increasing trade and investment; (2) integrating micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the digital economy; and (3) developing an innovation-driven economy, the Philippines is poised to champion the MSME mandate in the ASEAN.

ASEAN continues to be one of the brightest spots for investments as now the 6th largest economy in the world with a combined GDP of about 2.3 trillion dollars. It is projected to be the fourth largest economy by 2050.


ASEAN Business Awards 2017



The ASEAN Business Awards aims to recognize the outstanding ASEAN enterprises in the region. It disseminates information related to the ASEAN Economic Community and to bring the spotlight to the SMEs that have the potential to become global economic players in their respective industries.

For this year, the awards will focus on three main categories: 1) The ASEAN 12 Priority Integration Sectors (fisheries, electronic, E-ASEAN/ICT, textiles, logistics, wood-based, rubber, agri-food, healthcare, tourism, automotive, and retail), 2) the Special Awards (Inclusive Business & Friends of ASEAN) and, 3) The 2017 SMEs Excellence Award (Young Entrepreneur, Women, Women in STEM, and SMEs in the categories of Growth, Corporate Social Responsibility, Employment, and Innovation).

Nominations for the ASEAN Business Awards 2017 will start on March 13, 2017. For all concerns and inquiries, please send to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.