Ruyi Ruyi is a digital collage combines mundane 2D objects that are virtually sculpted with 3D rendering software by processing images of Chinese folklore themed tvs, animations and video games. Ruyi itself is a decorative object that looks like hand and arm. At Han dynasty in China, it uses as back scratcher, also called “one don’t beg to others.” Ruyi the word means “as you/one wish; following your heart’s desires.” Traditionally, it is regarded as a scepter of power and good fortune. In the animation Huluwa, ruyi is snake demon’s precious, using for spells and achieving her wishes. My love to Ruyi is queer. A talisman only exists in eye dyeing and ear soaking folklore. Yet, it is a mocking back scratcher that grows into me.