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Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) opened 90,000 square feet (8,100 square meters) of public space, in 2005. The openings included a new wing for art and archaeology of China, Japan and Korea, a gallery featuring artifacts and art from Canada's First Peoples, and several renovated public areas.

The seven new Far Eastern galleries are The Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Gallery of China, Matthews Family Court of Chinese Sculpture, The Bishop White Gallery of Chinese Temple Art, The Gallery of Chinese Architecture, The Gallery of Korea, The Prince Takamado Gallery of Japan and The Herman Herzog Levy Gallery, the ROM's main venue for temporary Far Eastern exhibitions.

The main entrance of the Royal Ontario Museum is relocated next to the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal building on Bloor Street West.