Fun with Three Gods Live in Malaysia 2011

In March 2010, Television Broadcast Limited (TVB) broadcasted a newly produced variety show called “Fun with Liza and Gods”, which is known as Fuk Luk Sau amongst the Chinese. Fuk Luk Sau, literally means Gods of Blessings, Prosperity and Longetivity. Fun with Liza and Gods is a comedy program which incorporates parody and impersonation which leads to their increased popularity. Together with Liza Wang, The Three Gods (Wong Cho Lam, Johnson Lee, Louis Yuen) hosted the show which was broadcasted weekly in Hong Kong.


Apart from these, The Three Gods also take turns to share “gags” during the program and they are now also known as “Gag Father” in the midst of audiences. As a result of the positive responses from audiences, The Three Gods together with Liza Wang has held their very first concert in Hong Kong in December 2010. Similar to the program, the concert will bring more impersonation of renown artistes, more songs with altered lyrics, more gags and strong visuals which will keep you through out the night. Their true talents have brought great success to the concert and will continue to hold their concert tour in Canada, U.S, Guangzhou, Macau and Malaysia. The up and coming Kings of Gags are ready to make their audiences laugh throughout the night at Arena of Stars, Genting Highlands this coming July. These Hong Kong comedians will rock the stage and together we anticipate their first live performance in Malaysia.

Many audiences felt that the variety show did bring them joy, humour, and was definitely a great source of entertainment to family with members of all ages. Imitating other artistes and sharing “gags” are the main hits of The Three Gods. Lady Gaga (by Wong Cho Lam), Jackie Chan, Leon Lai, Andy Lau (by Johnson Lee), Anita Mui and Korean artist Lee Young Ae (by Louis Yuen) are some of the imitations that have left remarkable impressions to audiences.

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