Yoon Ahn is currently a 4th year phD student in East Asian Studies Department. She received her both BA and MA in Chinese language and Literature from Ewha Womans University in South Korea. Her major is Chinese Anthropology and she is working on the topics around coexistences of diverse beings--diverse human beings and diverse non-human beings. The reasons she is interested in this topic are, firstly, she thinks that when we really attend to diverse other beings, it can help us to approach our urgent environment issues in more diverse and new ways. At the same time, it can also help us to free us from the logics that oppress us. One of things she is very interested in right now is another concept(s) of subject, which are different from ego or ego-centric but can give us the same amount of or more freedom or liberating feelings. With that in her mind, she is trying to get help from Queer/Trans studies and Chinese modern and contemporary literature. She hopes she could do this with some perspectives from Sinophone studies, and with her identities as South Korean in future.