Delivering International Connections
Partnering with the Foundation for the WA Museum demonstrates our commitment to build better relations between Australia and China, and importantly to bridge outdated cultural divides.
Mr Jiang Weiping, Chairman, Tianqi Lithium Corporation
Tianqi Lithium’s partnership with the Foundation for the WA Museum demonstrates commitment to building better relations between Australia and China, and importantly, to bridge outdated cultural divides.
An overall investment of $5 million has been committed to the Foundation’s Discovery Endowment Fund to support the WA Museum’s ongoing work. This funding will see the WA Museum exclusively host several high calibre and world renowned exhibitions of Chinese culture over a 10-year period from 2021.
In recognition of this extraordinary contribution, the Connections Gallery, located on the upper level of the New Museum and overlooking the city in the Perth Cultural Centre, will carry Tianqi Lithium’s name.
The Foundation’s long-term partnership with Singapore Airlines has had an immense impact on making WA a more connected place by bringing exhibitions, expertise, and objects of global, historical and cultural significance to the people of Western Australia and its visitors.
In addition, Singapore Airlines assists with competitions to promote Museum exhibitions and offers flights to the Foundation for fundraising initiatives.