Education For The Future
Being a positive influence in society
The chairman of KINGOLD has long believed that education can help lift individuals and families out of poverty by giving students the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to improve their lives. He has acted on that belief by generously donating to education and culture in China and Australia.
2015: The Dr. Chau Chak Wing Building in the Business School of the University of Technology, Sydney, is completed, and represents a donation of RMB 150 million. Designed by Frank Gehry, winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, it is Australia's first landmark building to be named after a Chinese person.
2015: The Chau Chak Wing Museum is made possible by a donation of nearly RMB 100 million to the University of Sydney. It features a special China exhibition hall and is the first museum in Australia to be named after a Chinese person. The museum is being built to help a new generation of Australians and Chinese learn about the culture and history of the two countries, while reinforcing China–Australia friendship.
2013: KINGOLD donates more than RMB 100 million to establish the Vocational and Technical Education Center in Chaonan District, Shantou City, to cultivate new talent.
2013–2014: KINGOLD donates RMB 60 million to build new buildings at Liangkou Middle School to promote educational development in Conghua.
By the end of 2015, KINGOLD Group had supported the domestic and international communities it is a part of with donations of over RMB 700 million.