This paper seeks to establish a correlation between mobility and ‘politics’ through the appearance of the ‘future’ Beijing, following the separation of space and time, as shown in the novel Folding Beijing by the Chinese science fiction writer HaoJingfang(郝景芳). Folding Bejing maintain a state of security by dividing time and space and prohibit moves to another space. Security hierarchically distributes the positions and duties of the individuals in the community by designating the way they speak, feel, and think, and giving each place the right words and actions. This eliminates variables in society and aims for a more efficient management system by excluding identity and other possibilities that are fixed to individuals. The act of creating cracks and niches in discord within this system of public security is called ‘politics’, and movement is the nucleus that makes politics possible.
Mobility has its own nature of requiring social renewal. Incoming disparate elements and social changes resulting from movement cause instability and uncertainty, and raise fundamental questions about regime maintenance. Changes in systems due to movement and intersection serve as a foundation for fostering individual politics. Mobility is a series of "politics" processes that call out those who have been excluded and overshadowed by public security, present them with new social contracts, and push through contracts to produce different systems. The work only shows the process of "politics," and is skeptical about its feasibility. Even with Even with the imagination of science fiction, the" Here Now" system is solid and it is hard to handle the daily burden of escaping the structural aspirations of individuals.