Papua New Guinea comic Elton Kili is a mini celebrity. When he is on the stage, its laughter all the way. In this video, Elton tells a rather adult joke about a gay man being attacked on his way back to Hanuabada after a night out.
Inspired by Bruce Lee, he fends himself with techniques like Fist of Fury, Donkey Kick and Enter the Dragon. I hope you enjoy this.
Vavine Vunalaslas is a popular song by Painim Wok, and here George Telek performs it at the South Pacific Motor Sports Club. Here is backed up by Professor David Kavanamur, former Secretary for the Department of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (DHERST).
Comedy duo Sosis & Watete are hilarious. They produce some funny skits but there is always an important message behind it.
In this skit, they promote Mothers’ Day.
Unfortunately, expats might not be able to get the jokes but I hope you enjoy anyway.
Jokes are a part of any fun gathering and when you have a master orator like Nick Raicevic at the helm then you can’t go wrong. Here he is telling a funny joke about the megapode.
The megapode is a bird that lays its eggs in the ground rather than in a nest. In areas like East New Britain (ENB), the heat from the volcanic soil acts as an incubator.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this – and kudos to Nick.
George Telek is probably the country’s most successful export from the music industry. He has been in the industry since the beginning and is a favorite among young and old. Here he performs his take on one of Barike’s greatest hits – Iau Rabiavi.
This performance was captured at the Port Moresby Motor Sports Club (Car Club) during the farewell for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology Minister Francis Marus and outgoing Secretary Professor David Kavanamur.