Math teacher is using Pornhub to tutor college students

Maths teacher is using Pornhub to tutor college students

Where there is a will, there is a way.

Taiwanese math teacher tutor on Pornhub
Focus Taiwan

Very few students will tell you that their favourite school subject is maths.

READ: 'The Love Trap': The dating show that's 'The Bachelor' meets 'The Hunger Games'

Unfortunately, it has the tendency to be one of the more difficult subjects and it's just not as fun as directing some things, running around or painting.

So teachers might have to get creative in order to break through to their students and connect with them.

READ: SEE: Woman who spends R3.1-million on her pets shares look into their lifestyle

While some might try to liven up the class or provide fun rewards, one Taiwanese teacher saw a gap in the tutoring market that no one else had.

Or if they have, they have stayed away from it because of how unconventional it is.

READ: Man arrested and held for nine days for sending 'insulting' police meme

Chang Hsu, better known as 'changhsumath666', has put himself apart from other online tutors by uploading his lessons on one of the world's most popular sites - Pornhub.

Hsu has uploaded a massive 226 videos to the site and has since become a verified Pornhub performer with 6,900 subscribers.

READ: Zimbabwean church council ask President to stop Somizi's visit because he is gay

He is ranked 685th on the platform and has not posted a single nude video. In fact, his videos average around 40 minutes each and feature him, fully clothed, in front of a green blackboard, where he teaches maths.

He also averages around 20,000 viewers per video and has a total of 1.9-million views on his channel. 

maths teacher changhsumath666 tutor on pornhub
Focus Taiwan

READ: "I've been dating a married man but now I want to tell his wife" - KZN Listener

But why Pornhub?

Chang explained his marketing strategy to Focus Taiwan.

READ: SEE: Jessica Simpson shares "unrecognisable" photo to mark four years of sobriety

Chang also revealed that he used to be a tutor at a cram school in Taiwan and had been teaching the subject for 15 years, but now he makes around R4.1-million a year from the online classes he teaches on other platforms.

While we might not be popping by for one of Chang's math lessons any time soon, we can appreciate some exceptional out of the box, creative thinking, so well done, Hsu!

More on East Coast Radio

Stacey and J Sbu podcasts
East Coast Radio

Main image courtesy of Focus Taiwan

Show's Stories