On this study, I will consider processes of reconstitution of ‘zhonghuamizu(中华民族)’ through affections in Yanan(延安) of the 1930’s. At that time, the Chinese Communists aroused nationalist emotions of the public through movies, magazines, posters, and all sorts of cultural events and made them as power of the anti-Japanese movement and a socialist movement. Among them, based on descriptions- news, movies, memorial writings, and magazine articles of Norman Bethune, I will study how the Chinese Communists strengthened bonds between members with a position of ‘a foreigner’ of him. In other words, I will analyze processes of making ‘a public enemy’, the Japanese army, by producing ‘anger’, of recalling ‘zhonghuaminzu’ by invention of ‘fraternity’, of promoting class solidarity of the world, and of raising lots of individuals as socialist warriors, who resided in the continent, by developing ‘sublimity’. ‘Affection’ originally means excitement, joy, anger, sorrow, and pleasure, pain, and delight felt from the inner side of an individual. However, according to the descriptions of Norman Bethune, the individual affections started to become collective standards, and finally showed a tendency to set in as ethical patterns. On this study, following these processes of flowing, I will reveal that the reason why the Chinese Communists could achieve the last victory even in materially poor circumstances was that they built ethical justifications by penetrating capabilities of the public and managing affections.