Huang's young beauty and engaging teaching style have helped her amass more than 4.3 million followers on her TikTok channel.

A Chinese kindergarten teacher who made ten years' worth of income from live streaming in one broadcast ended up quitting her job.

After footage of the Hubei woman with the last name Huang encouraging her students to sing nursery rhymes went viral on the social media app TikTok, she became well-known online.

According to Chinese media outlet Oriental Daily on May 5, a video of her performing a song about spreading flowers in a garden had more than 100 million views.

She has amassed more than 4.3 million followers on her TikTok account thanks to her interesting teaching methods and attractive features.

When Huang agreed early in May to her fans' request to do her first nursery rhyme live stream, they flooded her with cash gifts.

She reportedly earned between 400,000 yuan (S$76,600) and 500,000 yuan during that session.

"I'm very excited because I live-streamed for a day and made enough money to pay my wage for more than ten years. Everyone, thank you, she said.

Huang, who is now a full-time live streamer, earned roughly 3,000 yuan per month as a teacher, according to Oriental Daily.

She later signed a deal with an influencer management company, and in her first three broadcasts, where she also interacts with her viewers, she made 2 million yuan.

Before Huang, numerous people gave up their day jobs to focus on live streaming.

Blizzb3ar, a Twitch broadcaster who broadcasts himself playing video games, constructing Lego creations, and providing viewers with a place to hang out and chat, quit his job at defense contractor British Aerospace Engineering Systems in February 2021 after gaining a following on his channel.

Source: The Straits Times/Asia News Network

 


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