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Bromance of the four kingdoms
Writer: Dominic Luk
Published: Fri, 01 Feb 2013

MACC wants you to laugh and be laughed at, because there is no greater way to welcome the Year of the Snake than with some humour. Of course, since we’re talking about comedy, MACC stands for Malaysian Association of Chinese Comedians, consisting of local comedians Douglas Lim, Kuah Jenhan, and Phoon Chi Ho.

This time from Feb 26 - March 2, they will be joined with Dr Jason Leong to celebrate their latest installment with brand new comedy material and updated observations. Bromance of the Four Kingdoms will be held at PJ Live Arts, and is definitely not something you’d want to miss.

Who would not want to be entertained with funny videos and silly song parodies and enjoy an evening poking fun at ourselves and each other!

Of course, coming to this show would mean you’d get to see Douglas Lim in action once again. Many of us would remember Douglas from the popular Malaysian TV series, Kopitiam. As a man of many talents (he doesn’t just make people laugh for a living), he is an actor both on screen and on stage; he also writes music and has been seen in many local musicals.

Kuah Jenhan was invited to perform at The Comic’s Lounge, Australia’s biggest comedy club. While seemingly quiet and perhaps even a tad shy, he is someone totally different once he steps on the stage.

Phoon Chi Ho works as an actor and scriptwriter, and has shared the stage with many other local artists and comedians like Harith Iskandar, Patrick Teoh, and Joanna Bessey.

Make a point to support our local comedians who really know how to make an audience roll on the floor laughing. After all, laughter may just be the medicine our society needs right now.

 

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