‘It may be the year of the Rooster but there’s little to crow about.’

A severe outbreak of Avian flu necessitates South Korea culling 26 million birds.

A severe outbreak of Avian flu necessitates South Korea culling 26 million birds.

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About hungdrawnandcultured

I am a "semi-retired" professional cellist, born in England, but living in BC for the past 45 years. I have a passion for drawing and will endeavour to use the medium of pen-and-ink to comment each day on anything current, cultural or comical that catches my attention.

One response to “‘It may be the year of the Rooster but there’s little to crow about.’”

  1. Joy Moore says :

    Dear Ian,

    Best wishes to you and Sue for the coming year. And thanks so much for your marvellous drawings. I had not been aware of Richard Adam’s children ‘s books but my friend Margaret shared that this was a favourite story that she read to her children. Also that she worked in the same building as Richard Adams when she was employed by the Home Office years ago. She is a cellist colleague and immigrant to Canada.

    Your reference to John Kerry and Netanyahu – squatters rights was right on. With Trump’s appointment of a wealthy businessman and property developer to Israel portfolio – future strategy is all too clear. I wish Kerry and Obama had openly responded to Netanyahu months ago. Three weeks to go! And Trump is let loose on the international stage. God help us!

    How will 2017 unfold? Like the rest of the world one hopes it will not be as bad as feared. Yes ‘it may be the year of the rooster but little to crow about as you say’.

    Thanks again

    Joy

    Sent from my iPad

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