"The university has a long history of offering modeling courses for female students and they have been wildly popular," teacher Han Ming said. "However, this is the first time we've offered the course to males."
The tomb group is believed to be the main part of an 1,500-square-meter cave site found last September in Zheka village, Wenshan Zhuang and Miao autonomous prefecture in Yunnan, according to the provincial institute of cultural relics and archaeology.
It was launched by the Hangzhou Westlake Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization for higher education and advanced academic research.
The class did not disappoint, and every Monday morning, 34 students－most older than 60－arrive for class, all wearing white shirts, black trousers and black leather shoes.
"Some of my neighbors couldn't understand why an elderly man would choose to learn modeling as in their opinion models should be women in slit skirts. I don't care. It can bring me better physical fitness and improves my mood. That is my goal."
Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China will feature 10 life-sized Terracotta Warriors among 120 artifacts.