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WATCH: Taiwanese teacher uploads hardcore maths classes on Pornhub

Chang Shun-wei, also known as ‘changhsumath666’ has close to 9 000 subscribers and more than 2.1 million views on the popular website Pornhub. Picture: Screenshot (South China Morning Post)

Chang Shun-wei, also known as ‘changhsumath666’ has close to 9 000 subscribers and more than 2.1 million views on the popular website Pornhub. Picture: Screenshot (South China Morning Post)

Published May 16, 2022

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Cape Town - A Taiwanese teacher is making maths sexy again by stripping down hardcore calculus and uploading his videos to Pornhub in a bid to reach more students.

Chang Shun-wei, also known as “changhsumath666”, has has close to 9 000 subscribers and more than 2.1 million views on the popular website Pornhub. Chang has also become popular on TikTok where he goes under the name “@changhsumath”.

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“Of course you can put them (calculus videos) on YouTube or other platforms, but there would already be other teachers who have done so,” Chang told South China Morning Post.

In a desperate plea to keep his online tutorial business alive as the online teaching space had become competitive, Chang thought the best way to attract new attention was upload his content onto an uncommon platform.

According to the New York Post, Chang has reportedly made around $270 000 (about R4.4 million) a year through his online paid offering with customers from across all his platforms.

“I asked myself where to find my target students, say college boys, and the answer popped out: adult video platforms,” said Chang.

@changhsumath 板妹變裝挑戰 😍 #板妹 #微積分 #數學 #數學老師 #台灣 #數學老師張旭 #changhsumath666 #blockboarderasinggirl #blockboard #math #maths #mathematics #Taiwan #光劍變裝 #光劍變裝挑戰 #光劍變身 ♬ 原聲 - 數學老師張旭

Meanwhile, this seductive teacher added he approached various other adult websites but was turned down due to his fully-clothed content.

The online teaching market grew tremendously in Taiwan last year following the outbreak of the Covid-19 Delta variant, with universities and kindergartens announcing they were conducting classes online.

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Taiwan’s Ministry of Education issued a statement advising the remote learning was to keep teachers and students safe and off campus.

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