Embracing Change: Comedians Ken Jeong & Margaret Cho

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He says Over the Moon is one of his favorite projects he’s ever been a part of… which speaks very highly for the animated film based on Chinese folklore. Ken Jeong gets deep about embracing change during this world pandemic and fellow comedian Margaret Cho talks about adapting since she can’t do standup because of #covid19, plus we chat about how their heritage plays a role in Over the Moon which streams on Netflix Friday October 23. 

OVER THE MOON – (L-R) “Gobi” (voiced by Ken Jeong) and “Fei Fei” (voiced by Cathy Ang). Cr. NETFLIX © 2020

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