Will We Appreciating Differences?
Through Stand Up Comedy
In his open column submission, Aufa Ahdan mainly talks about how he sees stand up comedy as a self-heckling medium, or so-called comedic sociology, and relates it to the current divisive nature of (some) Indonesian people.
Author Aufa Ahdan · Photo/Illustration Whiteboard Journal
18/05/2017 · 35,399 Views
Aufa Ahdan
Aufa is a graduate of University of Indonesia majoring in International Relations. Aufa, not a comedian himself, enjoys laughing over witty and smart jokes, and tries to produce them, too, for the sake of self-fulfillment. Sometimes, he also likes to play with words through pictures.
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