尹寶燕， 「JupYeah 執嘢」共同創辦人，「LookMatters」計劃發起人。現一邊經營「JupYeah 執嘢」的工作，一邊以自由撰稿人的身份探討環保、綠色生活、慢時裝等議題。
在取得翻譯及中文學士學位後，尹寶燕投身雜誌編輯行列，曾任時裝季刊《東西雜誌》執行編輯及《明日風尚》特約編輯。熱愛傳媒工作之餘，尹寶燕亦熱心直關注環保生態。2011 年，她暫別長期越洋採訪的生涯，攻讀可持續發展研究文憑，並與好友創辦 「JupYeah 執嘢」，專注推廣以物換物及關注過度消費和浪費問題。眼見香港時裝消費過盛及棄置舊衣問題嚴重，2014年發起「LookMatters」計劃，致力推廣二手時裝。
Ren Wan is the co-founder of JupYeah and the initiator of LookMatters. She now spends her time running JupYeah and writing on environmental issues, green living, and slow fashion.
After completing her Bachelor’s degree in Translation and Chinese, Ren Wan established herself as a magazine editor and worked at WestEast Magazine as Managing Editor and Contributing Editor at MING Magazine. While she enjoyed her profession, Ren has always been passionate about environmental issues. In 2011, she waved farewell to her role as a constantly-traveling journalist and decided to stay grounded in her home town to pursue a postgraduate diploma in sustainable development and co-found JupYeah, which promotes swapping and raises awareness on overconsumption and waste issues. In light of excessive fashion consumption and waste in Hong Kong, JupYeah launched ‘LookMatters’ in 2014 to promote second-hand fashion.