Funniest joke of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival named
A joke about the new pound coin has been named the funniest of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Ken Cheng won the 10th annual award for Dave's Funniest Joke Of The Fringe with the line: "I'm not a fan of the new pound coin, but then again, I hate all change."
The joke, from his show Ken Cheng: Chinese Comedian, won 33% of a public vote on a shortlist of gags picked by comedy critics.
Previous winners of the award include Tim Vine, Stewart Francis and Zoe Lyons.
Cheng studied maths at Cambridge for a year before dropping out to play online poker professionally.
Ken Cheng 曾经在著名的剑桥大学学习数学，但后来退学成为一名网络扑克手。
On winning the Dave prize, Cheng said: "I am very proud to have won. As a tribute, I will name my firstborn son after this award and call him 'Joke of the Fringe'."
获奖后，Ken Cheng 说：“我为此感到骄傲，为了表示我的感谢，我将为我的第一个儿子取名为‘边缘的玩笑’。”
The award, which was voted on by 2,000 people, lists jokes anonymously to avoid any bias towards well-known comedians.