I want to be a comedian

I want to be a comedian

Chhoun Nara, an English graduate at Phnom Penh International University and salesman for a private company, says he wants to be a comedian.

Being good at speaking and having filmed an edu-tainment story for the university, Nara believes he has a natural-born talent for amusing people.

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“I want to be a comedian,” Nara said. “I can earn much more money than I do as a salesman and after being a comedian, I can become a wedding hair stylist.”

Nara’s parents are not yet aware of his desired career but he is sure that his parents will not object to his goal.

What should Nara do in order to gain popularity as a professional comedian?​​


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