Han Yajuan was born in Qingdao, 1980. She graduated from the Oil Painting Department of China Academy of Fine Arts with a Bachelor's Degree and started to work in Basic Education Centre of Visual Art College of China Academy of Fine Arts. She continued her education in 2005 in the Oil Painting Department of the same Academy for a Master's Degree. She held her solo exhibition "Milk, Sugar Life" in Art Beatus Gallery in HK in 2006. In her works, people often see a lovely little milch cow with spots all over the body, and the cow is as thick as thieves with girls. The cow is a bit like a pet of girls. If the cow does not appear in the painting, the spots would surely be found in girls' clothing. In Han Yajuan's works, the cow is a quite of a symbolic meaning of gender, representing female, the young generation of girls. Her work with the representation of young women actually shows the young generation's dreams of life.