My First Visit

My first visit to the ROM was in 1996. I came here as a grad student and the ROM was the first on my "must visit" list. I kept hearing, "They have a great Chinese collection!" I went, and I was wowed!

workers uncrate horse terracotta

Uncrating the Terracotta Warriors

In the summer of 2010, I spent a summer in the communications department as an intern. It was a very interesting time to be at the ROM, as the last-minute preparations were in full-swing for the Terracotta Warriors exhibition.

side portrait of man in sepia

The Legacy of George - George Patrick Joseph Crofts and the Chinese Collections

I first began tracing my family history in the 1970’s, when I was at University. In those days this was a relatively difficult, time consuming and expensive task, dependent on accessing paper records from around the world.

Dating for Authenticity

Dan Rahimi explains one important way in which the ROM guards its reputation.

Public line-up down Queen's Park Ave. to see the new Chinese exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

A Great Exhibition

Exhibition of the Archaeological Finds of the People’s Republic of China is the most successful and profitable show in the Museum’s history.