Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Special Bulletin*Extrablatt*Laatste Nieuws



Unicef Austria just decided in its wisdom, as Herman puts it, to proclaim Alfred J. Kwak their honorary member and new ambassador for children rights. Can't tell you how proud I am . A drawing will follow soon. I first heard about this from Vivi Eickelberg on monday in Berlin, where we were to celebrate Unicef's 60th birthday with Sabine Christiansen, Vanessa Redgrave, Angelique Kidjo and 1800 other people, and eh....., what's her name again ?....ah, yes, Angela Merkel.Unfortunatly she left early, would have loved to ask her, how she could possibly regret the decrease of births in Germany, when we're dealing at the same time with 500.000 HIV-aids orphans in Malawi alone for example. Strange evening, who would have thunk....





If you wish to know more, please read Herman's weblog under the above link, or check out the photogallery under http://www.unicef.de/3529.html

6 comments:

Yi-Long said...

Wow... that's great news and quite an honor. I certainly agree with Unicef's decision to use Alfred, as I'm sure he has a worldwide appeal to both young and old. It's just a great character, both by design as well as his personality.

So congratulations!

Also, and I'm really late with this so I apologise: Thanks for your quick replies to the questions I had a while back about the upcoming Alfred DVD's in Holland and Germany.

I'm kinda glad they postponed the releases till later this year, as it might mean it will get released in decent seasonboxes instead of lose category boxes. Plus I'm sure any worries they might have about some people not double dipping, would be very much diminished by all the people who are ONLY interested in buying a season boxset, so they won't be missing any episodes and will hav them all in right order as well.
So hopefully they have given their earlier plans a 2nd thought and may now release Alfred in a way it, and his fans, deserve :)

Anyway, I see you're on your way to Disneyland/world, so I wish you lots of fun :)

Greetz,
Yi

UM said...

And proud you should be! Long live Al Quack!

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