This chapter focuses on how Liu Jiayin presents a new geography of home in Oxhide II that looks at real time in relation to domestic space as it interrogates the private and public hierarchies of affiliation at play in the everyday actions and household spaces one call home. Viewed within the specific historical context of contemporary Chinese cinema and theories of domestic space and cultural geography, the emphasis here is on how Oxhide II reframes the spectator's way of viewing the material and imaginative geographies of a private home. The chapter demonstrates how Oxhide II also serves to remind us that homes are constantly shifting sites of interdependent and overlapping public and private realms that define and shape each other. Liu explains: By focusing on the everyday transient objects that combines to create a sense of home for her family, Liu simultaneously provides a spatial rendering of the continually disappearing and always evolving places, regions and locales one call home.