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Kollaboration comedy show set for Saturday in Los Angeles

By Erin Chew

On July 15, community organization Kollaboration will host its third comedy show for a night of laughter and celebration of the AAPI communityTaking place at Parkwest Bicycle Casino (Los Angeles), there will be a full evening of events featuring some of the hottest comedians in the industry. If you are in Los Angeles or are in town, this will be a great comedy night to check out for sure.

Comedian and Kollaboration executive director Paul ‘PK’ Kim, spoke about why evenings like this are important to create opportunities to highlight Asian/Asian American talent.

“Kollaboration’s mission is Empowerment Through Entertainment. No politics and no religion, simply providing a platform for artists. One of the ways we can speak up against hate is showing love, pain, and expression through art and bringing people together”.

The show will feature a stand-up set from viral comedians including Andrea Jin, Joe Wong, Leslie Liao, Jason Cheny, Jiaoying Summers and Steven Ho. Kollaboration executive director Paul ‘PK’ Kim will be the host with singer-songwriter Priscilla Ahn to perform and Asian Australian actress and social media influencer Shuang Hu to fill the show’s guest spot.

The evening will close with Kollaboration’s After Party at the Bike Brewery, inside the venue to celebrate inspiring AAPI talent and the community at large. A night of laughs, fun and networking seems to be the tone of this event, so if that is of interest, feel free to check it out.

The Kollaboration Comedy Show will be held on Saturday July 15, 2023 at the Parkwest Bicycle Casino (Bell Gardens, LA), and will start at 7pm. For tickets and more details, please click here.

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