'Real men' resist K-pop

K-pop culture has been gaining popularity across the globe, but in China it is considered a decadent trend that threatens to destroy the nation's future. To combat this menace of K-pop with its delicate beauty, dyed hair and fancy clothes, a former teacher has founded the Real Man Training Club, a children's boot camp that promises to turn boys into alpha males. The Beijing-based Real Man Training Club offers members a variety of activities meant to boost their masculinity, such as American football, wrestling and boxing, as well as character-building treks through deserts and mountains. Founder

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