Joshua Jih Pan, FAIA, accepted an interview invitation from the Chinese Christian Tribune to talk about the design and construction process of the "China Evangelical Seminary Bade Campus." The article was published on December 6.

The story began with a "Servant Mind," JJP used architectural design to blueprint the beautiful campus from scratch eleven years ago. The site sits at Bade, Taoyuan, and the layout is based on the Bible, evoking a story of grapevines. This project consists of a chapel, education building, library, and a dormitory building. All buildings on the campus connect each other with a semi-open corridor, serving as an excellent space for communication. Through a variety of open areas and campus activities, such as large lawns, children's recreation gardens, and prayer atrium, JJP has created a lively teaching setting and beautiful land of blessing. Mr. Pan blesses that the seminary will produce beautiful fruits, just like vines.

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