Joshua Pan, FAIA, was invited to lecture at The National Taiwan Ocean University on December 11th. With the theme of “Five Beliefs in Practicing Social Care with Architecture.” Mr. Pan encouraged students to explore their interests from different experiences and discover their unique dream.
Mr. Pan shared some of JJP’s projects to interpret the concepts of the five beliefs better, including cultivating compassion, human-orientation, persistence, innovation, and sustainability. The mentioned projects, “Ring of Celestial Bliss,” “TSMC Fab 14 P5”, and the “National Library of Public Information,” presented the diversity and value of architecture.
At the end of the speech, Mr. Pan encouraged everyone in the audience to build dreams with a practical method persistently.