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Comedian Jordan Leung will drop by the Biltmore Cabaret on his “low energy world tour”

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Jordan Leung's low-key delivery attracts plenty of laughs.

Some comedians have made their mark through manic performances. Think Howie Mandel or Robin Williams.

Jordan Leung, on the other hand, adopts a completely different approach. It’s reflected in the title of his “low energy world tour”.

Leung was born and raised in Hong Kong and moved with his family to Palo Alto as a teenager. He later returned to Hong Kong, where he honed his monotone-style of storytelling.

He likes riffing on stereotypes and relationships.

Tonight (March 14), Leung will perform at the Biltmore Cabaret (2755 Prince Edward Street) in Vancouver. Check out one of his YouTube videos below.

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Pancouver editor Charlie Smith has worked as a Vancouver journalist in print, radio, and television for more than three decades.

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