|This paper attempts to explore how Su Wei-chen uses monologue prose to explore her memories of Tainan (Nandu). After experiencing some difficulties during her earlier life in Tainan, Su deemed her returning and re-settling in Tainan as ＂Post- Nanduism.＂ This experience of leaving and returning reflects a writer's formation and transformation of a unique spiritual history. In her writing, Su Wei-chen's connection to her birthplace, Tainan, suggests a kind of feeling embittered by incongruity and harmony. In other words, she is not in exile, but chooses to withdraw herself from the society by roaming Tainan, which develops a writing style that is subtle yet alienating. The truth in her words often exists between what the reader understands and is perplexed by. Furthermore, she often avoids writing in first/third person narration, but rather writes in second person narration to make observations from a distance. In her work of prose, the narrator stands ＂outside＂ of herself, to make self observations and explore Tainan, and therefore not only feels displaced, but addresses the question: ＂Where is the real hometown?＂ and finally expresses a personal image of a solitary, hometown traveler.