In cities in China, often vernacular houses sit right alongside modern skyscrapers, and it creates an interesting juxtaposition and combinations of urban dwellings. As more and more are being demolished, the traditional houses become endangered. This is a series of six oil paintings that depict the resurrection of the past Chinese traditional buildings as well as the sentiment and perception of the atmosphere from the people. Emphasising the interaction with culture in space, the creations rely on the feeling and the loving memory of the houses and hometown after they were demolished some years ago. With oil paints as a medium, the emotions were mixed into these works, forming the compositions, colours, light, tone, texture, thickness and so forth. The paintings aim to return the authentic scenes and atmosphere, communicating the feeling through the representations, as these houses in the town were already either turned down or replaced by something else.