Kang table can be put on “kang” (a Chinese traditional long platform for general living) or directly on the ground as a short chair. Nowadays it is still widely applied in rural areas. This piece of kang table is made of a straight support and a pillar-shaped strut; at both ends of the straight support there are mounted two slanted curved supports to be connected with the panel. The most distinctive about the kang table is that wood is used as bamboo, with bamboo joints carved on the ice-plate edge, the four legs, straight supports, pillar-shaped strut and the slanted supports. The four legs are slightly bent, resembling vividly dense and weathered bamboo joints. The convex surface is constituted by two pieces of bamboo materials, one wide and one narrow, to highlight the panel on the top, forming the water-stopping molding. Therefore, not only the basic form and function of the kang table are guaranteed, but also some interesting decorations are involved in the design while the structure is remained. These make the kang table unique and outstanding among existing bamboo style furniture.