Hanyi is a jewellery and object designer, the majority of her works are inspired by personal experience and interest in her surroundings. she is fascinated with creating jewellery and object in contrast to surfaces and texture. She believes that jewellery would not be limited by the function of ornament but also build a connection between jewellery and the wearer-such as identification, cognitions and experiences, full of possibility. Interaction is another crucial element that she is exploring use in her work. She is currently exploring the field of sensation relief that contributes by function jewellery, and it is inspired by experiences of Tourette syndrome, a condition of the nervous system. The condition causes repetitive motor or vocal tics; it is approved effective treatment by behaviours therapy for releasing self-anxiety and pressure caused by Tourette’s. Hanyi has investigated knowledge of sensorial relaxation therapy and clinical accessorise to create playful installations attach to the body. In the meantime, it is not limited to the small group but also expects to help relieve the anxiety and pressure of others in the general population through wearing and sensory stimulation.