“Hello, we are Go-Tan! Not your typical food brand, but a food-loving family from Asia. Go-Tan is a family business run with love and dedication by Bing and Han, the sons of founder Frans Go. Bing is the boss of the family business and Han conceives, develops, and approves all products. Perhaps you’ve seen him on our packaging? Or do you know him from our TV commercials?”
Kintsugi means ‘the golden reconnection.’ Discover the enchanting world of Kintsugi, a beautiful Japanese art form where broken porcelain is repaired with a golden touch. Immerse yourself in this unique workshop full of creativity and sustainability, celebrating perfection in imperfection. Your fractures and imperfections are meant to be seen and even adorned with a golden edge.
A very unique participant this year in Heroes Made in Asia is certainly Royal Ink located in Brunssum, South Limburg. In 2014 owner Nick Limpens founded tattoo studio Royal Ink in Brunssum. Now 7 years later, Royal Ink has become a true concept in the tattoo world and surroundings. Quality, Hygiene and personal designs are of paramount importance! And most importantly, Royal Ink will be present during Heroes Made in Asia 2021.