As the thesis which has been mentioned in the book The family: from institution to companionship, family is not merely an institution, it has already been in transition to a companionship (Brgess, Ernest Watest, & Harvey James Locke, 1945). This kind of sensation is especially true for an overseas student. Far away from my family, parents and any beloved ones, I may always feel lonely and doleful; only the news about my hometown, my country will bring me consolation. The affectionate sense of intimate will suddenly fill in my heart, immediately when I heard the word ‘China’. Looking forward to my country across the ocean, I profoundly believe that China has not only been my country, it is also my family. Each semester, I will look forward to the holiday, for only at that time do I have the opportunity to come back to my hometown. When I set foot on my mother land, I will maintain the sense that I am in the embrace of my mother. The mild breeze blowing is just like the soft hand of my mother, gently touching me on my cheek. It is a strong sense of belonging, and the familiar life atmosphere will also offer me an illusion that I just sit on the sofa in the bedroom of my family. Every Chinese I come across provided me a sense that they are all my relatives.