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   Artist: Co-coism
   Event: Performance


   



Be a Man! Advanced Class for Good Men’s Taste

Artist: Co-coism

Visual design | Jaivi Chen
Executive producer | Bruno Yen

Date: 4 sessions, from 1st to 22nd December 2018, every Saturday, 15:00-17:00.
Venue: Art Space IV


Do you covet the impressive and masculine posture and attitude of an honor-guard marching band member? Would you like to become a stylish manly man who is adored by all? Do you have to “be a man” to fit into mainstream society? Is being muscular the ultimate fashion accessory? Where is Ai-Guo Lin? is a total makeover program tailored to your specific needs. The program will get your prepared for a grand honor-guard marching band performance by changing your daily life habits, everything from what you eat and wear to what you do and use. Your dreams of becoming the ultimate macho man will be more than just a dream, it will become your reality!

All effeminate men who participate in this program will become standard Ai-Guo Lins and proud members of the honor-guard marching band. As the first ray of sunshine lights up Taiwan on the first day of the new year, the band will raise their guns in salute and honor their country by marching gallantly forward into the new and auspicious year.

“Be a Man! Advanced Class for Good Men’s Taste” will be taught be outstanding men in their various fields of expertise. From attitude to life tips, the mentors will teach our participant how to become proper men.

  1. Muscle is Might |Testosterone Overload Fitness Class
  2. Somber and Righteous |Fathers’ Journey on Raising Children
  3. Silent and Resolute |This is How Men Do Fashion
  4. Precision and Speed|How to Become an Internet Sensation


*These events are open for the public to audit or watch from the sidelines, free of charge.
* The organizer reserves the right to modify or cancel the event.




No.177, Sec. 1, Jianguo S. Rd., Da’an Dist., Taipei City 106, Taiwan +886(02)8773-5087    ︎ info@clab.org.tw