In the past centuries, people always tend to build their building by themselves through whole village’s power and the knowledge about constructions, building materials. In many underdeveloped areas, low-cost, low-tech and local materials become an essential method to accomplish this. Nowadays, however, rise of typical building material such as concrete and steel leads to increasing cost of building and technical requirements, and reduces the possibility of self-building their houses. This type of material in high-risk disaster areas also will severely pollute the environment after damage. In China many poor, backward or vulnerable villages are unable to easily afford building, maintaining and repairing of public concrete building for demands of people’s daily life. This is why we have to face with finding other building solution to help people live an easier life and at the same time try to save the planet from increasing pollution of typical building materials. At this project we want to present traditional and the cheapest Asian building material-Bamboo as a solution for an innovative design of resilience community. We want to propose a possibility in creating flexible, sustainable and wonderful public space and let people deal with natural disasters with the assistance of the nature. By means of a low-cost, environmental-friendly, sustainable and citizen-participate method, we establish a system which satisfies demands of public life space in normal time, mutual assistance connection in disaster time and quickly recover after a disaster.