Stand Up Comedy in Southeast Asia
Have you heard the joke about comedy in Southeast Asia? Well, it’s no joke at all! Comedy, particularly Stand Up Comedy, is all the talk lately! The multicultural region has much to share about from their past to now, and why not do it in a funny way? Stand-up comedians throughout Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Singapore and all of Southeast Asia have discovered creative ways to tell jokes including sex and politics, despite cultural traditions of restriction and taboos. Their belly-splitting humour is a bit different than what you may be used to from Westernized stand-up comedy, but that’s what makes it that much funnier! If you’re looking for a night of raucous laughter, you have to check out the newest generation of jokesters in Southeast Asia. Get your stand-up comedy tickets here at Ticketbis, reserve the best seat in the house, and get ready for a hilarious night ahead! If you find yourself with extra Stand Up Comedy tickets, you can easily sell them on Ticketbis's secure platform.
Asian Stand Up Comedy
Asian stand-up comedians are in the international spotlight with some making headlines alongside the great Margaret Cho. Philippine's own, Jo Koy, has been selling shows out as of 2017 and is on the rise as on of the world's top stand-up comediands. His energetic performances where he jokes about his upbringing and personal life has proven to be a huge success with audiences all over the globe. With two comedians out of Malaysia, Harith Iskander and Kavin Jay, and another from Singapore, Fakkah Fuzz, landing their own shows on Netflix in 2018, you know they must be funny! The legendary Comedy Central has also taken an interest in Asian comedy. Comedy Central Stand-Up, Asia! aired in 2016 and 2017 featuring 16 different Asian comedians. The world is quickly discovering these hysterical up and coming Asian acts. Reserve your seat and buy a local Stand Up Comedy ticket ASAP!
History of comedy
Comedy has been around for thousands of years. As humans, we strive for laughter, we need it to relieve stress and be healthy. Evidence of comedic acts can be seen from the Greeks as well as the Chinese going back to the Zhou Dynasty who kept jesters in the households for daily comic relief. Despite political obstacles and laws throughout the years which prevented many types of comedy throughout Southeast Asia, comedy still fairs as the most preferred type of entertainment in the region.
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