In Protest of the Eagle Dad, Renowned Dating Coach Holds Confidence Bootcamps to Break the Strict Asian Parenting Cycle

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Renowned Asian self-improvement guru JT Tran says the cycle of abuse from Asian parents to their children has to stop, and he has come to New York to do something about it.

In the frosty, gritty streets of New York City, residents were outraged this week when video leaked of a Chinese businessman forcing his 4-year-old son, Duoduo, to run naked through the New York snow as he begged for help in order to make the child "stronger."

Today, world-renowned Asian dating guru JT Tran has swept into the city on his own personal crusade to tackle the issue and reverse the damage done by over-ambitious and abusive Asian parents- known as Tiger Moms and now Eagle Dads- across the nation.

"I couldn't have come at a better time," Tran says. "This is the first time many people have witnessed such an issue, but I deal with this type of thing every day [...] I deal with the men who went through this kind of treatment as a child and are now grown up and trying to face the world."

Tran will spend the week teaching about being an alpha Asian role model at the University of Pennsylvania and Wharton School of Business and then the weekend teaching a "dating bootcamps" to a group of men in New York seeking a love connection this Valentine's Day. His methods consist of a mixture of self-improvement, dating tips and forcing men to break free of their comfort zone.

While many dating services have sprung up over the past several years, his company, The ABCs of Attraction, specializes in dealing with unusual cases and students who have dealt with "eagle dads", "tiger moms" or other childhood traumas.

"The abuses men face growing up are often swept under the rug to maintain pride and save face," he said. "But these are issues that need to be dealt with if a person wants to achieve their full potential. Our bootcamps directly deal with Asian men who have been molded by strict Asian parenting like the Tiger Moms and Eagle Dads. We undo the damage that they've done and transform them into the confident, socialized men that they were meant to be."

Tran has been in the business for seven years, directly coaching well over 1,000 men, and said that often those students who were abused as children have the hardest time coming out of their shells.

For more information, or set up an interview with Tran, contact media(at)abcofattraction(dot)com or call 1-888-689-4263.

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