There are many ways to learn about a country’s culture, but B.J. Fox thinks comedy is one of the best. After being relocated to Singapore from his home country of England for work, he found that sharing a few laughs with others who were in similar situations helped him connect with his new surroundings.

“A lot of my knowledge of Singapore came from local comedians and how they talked about it,” Fox tells The Japan Times while sitting in a cafe near Tokyo Station.

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