Joyanta Acharjee is a former financial journalist and standup comedian based in Canada. He has written for The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Telegraph and Fortean Times Magazine and has performed at London's Comedy Store as well as comedy clubs in New York, Dublin, Montreal and Toronto
31 July 2013 02:36 PM
With almost a decade spent as a financial journalist, the ability to speak four languages and a diploma in astronomy, my first Canadian job was part-time in a book store
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