How I love Ray Chan

Asked by Techcrunch about similirarities of his audience’s sense of humor across different regions of the world, Ray Chan, CEO of 9gag responded.

“For our website, the top countries are the U.S., Germany, and number three is the Netherlands. Then France. So it’s pretty international. One thing we discovered is that across different countries, people and cultures, users still understand each other’s humor. The jokes shared by one person in one country are still funny to someone in a different country based not on their location but on their life experiences.

“One example is that when students are graduating from college, they are focused on the same things no matter what country they are from. They care about getting a job, family problems, and romantic relationships, too. College students relate to each other about exams and homework. They face similar challenges in their life, right? That’s why they can resonate with people in other countries, and they find it amazing that, “Hey, how come you’re from Brazil but understand my pain?” I think this humor helps us have an international community. Experiences like these change your life, your view, and your sense of humor. [link]

Still don’t get my point? Ok, I would happy to rewrite it for you: one example is that when students are graduating from college, they are focused on the same things no matter what country they are from. They care about getting a job, family problems, and romantic relationships, too.

I am glad that most young people in the world facing same shit. Yes, its called unity.

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