Rebecca Catching（林白丽），An avid museum watcher, Rebecca has been engaged in the cultural industries in China since 2001. As the former director of OV Gallery, a curator at the Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum and founder of the contemporary art magazine RAN DIAN, she has observed the development of Chinese museums first hand. In 2015, she became programmed director of the Creative Economy Leadership Academy at Nottingham University in Ningbo a training programme designed for Chinese museum professionals. In 2017, she returned to Toronto, where she continued to write about Chinese museums providing intelligence for the British Council. She has also worked as a museum consultant for the Toronto-based museum planning firm Lord Cultural Resources on several projects in China, including the book, Museum Development in China: Understanding the Building Boom, published by Rowman and Littlefield and co-created with the Chinese Museums Association.