The three novels this essay selected, were published in Modern Edition, the famous Hong Kong modernism periodical in early 1960s, and were all selected by the Hong Kong Novels Anthology: 1960s, edited by PK Leung. This essay tries to explore the cultural symptoms and the reconstruction of modernity in the Hong Kong modernism literature through the texture analysis of the three texts. The first part will discuss the time and space in “Changlang de Duandiao” and “Xiefeng de Guniang,” and analyze the urban view and the metaphor of the homogeneity. The second part will juxtapose the “Oriental Imagination” and the “Western Imagination” in “Huashi” with the American sailor in “Changlang de Duandiao” and the multi-cultural hybridity in “Xiefeng de Guniang” to analyze the multi-cultural representation in Hong Kong literature and the hidden logic behind it. The last part will take a view of the erotic writing to penetrate into the texture of the Hong Kong modernism novels and to dig “the other” and the subjective consciousness back behind.