|After the Second World War, going through the development of Chinese history and historical fictions for half century, Kao Yang and Chang Da-Chun, the master and the apprentice, have been writing in an unorthodox story-telling and note-taking way to make and re-construct a highly symbolic picture of Chinese culture (making history through fictions). Hereafter the pursuit of ”Chineseness” is their ultimate goal for returning to the cultural homeland. Under the sway of the complex of narrating history, Kao's and Chang's historical writings are not at all restricted by the genre of history for their style of story-telling and strong implication of ”Chineseness.” Kao's historical writings reveal his historical consciousness as a Confucianist scholar who contributes his knowledge to the world. In Kao's exile, the representation on history is intimately related to his eternal faith on Chinese culture. Chang's subversive perspective from outsiders is not a negative gesture for ”Chineseness” but a reproduction of ”negative applause.” It is a heritage of Chinese culture from his biological father and literary father. It is a creative subversion and inheritance.