In this article we took a construcionalist approach to Chinese language changes. Chinese verb ‘luode’ has various meanings: ⅰ) obtaining some negative results, ⅱ) obtaining some affirmative results, ⅲ) gladly do something, ⅳ) luckly get something. In these four meanings, ⅰ) has emerged at first. It also offered a basic logic for the others. The meaning ⅰ) is a Constructionalization and the others are Constructional Changes, because the meaning ⅱ), ⅲ), ⅳ) are not the creation of a formnew-meaningnew pairing. The meaning ⅰ) has originated from the ‘VdeC cxn’, thereafter it has neoanalysed to a verb ‘luode’. so we can say that this contains a kind of change of node in the network. ‘luode’ has shifted to ‘SVO cxn’, and this is a result of Constructionalization in the Chinese language. ‘luode’ is a typical lexical constructionalization.