Min Lum Mossman has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in architecture, humanities, Asian architecture and gardens, and in Asian culture and history in Miami, Florida.

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Publications:
Religious and Philosophical Syncretization in Classical Chinese and Japanese Gardens

Religious and philosophical syncretizations found in Chinese and Japanese gardens illustrate Confucian, Taoist, and Buddhist symbolic concepts.

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The Japanese Garden, Humanism, and the Contemporary American Landscape

This listing, description, and analysis of Japanese gardens within the United States focuses on the philosophical effects this garden style may have had on contemporary Modernist garden design.

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