Chuiwan is a hard band to classify, but they’re definitely squarely situated within the Zoomin’ Night scene. Some of their members include Yan Yulong, who performs in a number of bands and also does solo electric violin compositions in the vein of Philip Glass and Steve Reich, and Liu Xinyu, who does minimal electronics. - Pangbianr
Chui Wan is formed by frontman Yan Yulong and female bass player Wu Qiong in 2010. Later on guitar player Liu Xinyu and drummer Vincent joint in. But Vincent had to return to his home country in September and in came Josh as his replacement. The first gigs took place in D-22. Yan Yulong and Liu Xinyu also have other joint projects beside Chui Wan. The name Chui Wan 吹万 was take from classical work 《齐物论》 by philosopher Zhuangzi 庄子.
On August 26th, 2010, Chui Wan, Acoelomate Goat, and Birdstriking performed at the D-22. According to Pangbianr: Chui Wan’s set began with a fairly alienating vibe — the discordant, eerie opening song was reflected in a physical detachment between each member of the band. Though they were all jamming out pretty hard and in excellent composition, each jammed alone. As Chui Wan continued, however, the band grew more animated, the sound more upbeat and unified. Indeed, I do believe I witnessed a few furtive moments of eye contact between bandmates as they played on. 
On July 16th 2011, they performed at the Hot Cat Club. According to Beijing Gig Guide: I had never seen Chuiwan before, but I really enjoyed them. The music was just the right side of psychedelic for me to relate to and enjoy; not to say that it was without its weird, rambling moments, but they kept the jam feel tight and together, and I really had fun. Plus, the bass player’s neon pink fake eyelashes were really fun to watch as she looked around.