Yarli Allison and Yin Lo are UK-based multidisciplinary artists and writers who combine their skills to voice queer identities of diasporic Asians in the European context. Queerness, diaspora, sexuality, the body, gendered gaze, and technology are their main themes of interest. The duo has been working on various projects shown in galleries and international film festivals since 2018. Their first collaboration, the short film Elephant the Allison, was screened in pornfilm festivals including Berlin, Vienna and London. Later on, commissioned by Asia-Art-Activism with Something Human, the two produced audio work A Very Educational Bubble Tea Audio Porn, illustrating sexual encounters of a non-binary ‘dom’ and a ‘sub’ in Chinatown (aired via SOAS University Radio, 2019). The same year, Yarli invited Yin to collaborate for a multi-channel work In Virtual Return We (Can’t) Dehaunt, supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council and Canada Council for the Arts. It was exhibited with Videotage Hong Kong, 2020, and toured digitally.