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Attention; important notice! There will be no trains running to and from Gorinchem station this coming Sunday
We have just received notification from Prorail that urgent track maintenance is scheduled for this coming Sunday, February 25th. We have engaged in discussions, but unfortunately, the work could not be postponed. We understand that this may cause problems for some of you. As alternative transportation, NS will deploy buses. However, please be aware that this may result in longer travel times.
“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?”
FX’s “Shōgun,” an original adaptation of James Clavell’s bestselling novel, is set in Japan in the year 1600 at the dawn of a century-defining civil war. Producer Hiroyuki Sanada stars as “Lord Yoshii Toranaga” who is fighting for his life as his enemies on the Council of Regents unite against him.
Go Anime (www.goanime.nl) is set to become the anime streaming platform of the Benelux. After a successful edition last year at the Heroes Dutch Comic Con, Go Anime will once again be present at Heroes Made in Asia in Gorinchem on February 24th and 25th.
Then you’ve come to the right place with Kotatsu and EduKimchi. Together with our vibrant (online) community of language and culture enthusiasts, we’ll get you to go from zero to fluent in Japanese or Korean. On Saturday and Sunday, we will be hosting a Japanese and a Korean workshop. Will we see you there too? Come join us!
Looking for a fun event during the spring break? Heroes Made in Asia is a two-day event dedicated to Asian (pop) culture. The event will take place on February 24th and 25th at Evenementenhal Gorinchem. Explore all the fun market stalls, marvel at the cosplay competitions, cheer on your favorite gamers during gaming tournaments, and taste delightful Asian street food. International special guests will also be present, and workshops and demonstrations will be organized, such as a Kintsugi masterclass, manga drawing, and sword fighting. These are the most exciting parts you definitely shouldn’t miss!
Mike McFarland is coming to Heroes Made in Asia! ⭐️ Mike has been acting professionally for over 20 years in various roles, but is most known for his voice work in animations and videogames, like Master Roshi in DragonBall Z and DragonBall Super. 🎮
She is a Los Angeles based actor, singer, and writer known for voicing “Toph Beifong” in Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. Other credits include “Chaca” in Kronk’s New Groove/Emperor’s New School, “Young Franny” in Meet the Robinsons, “Nasse” in Platinum End, and “Harika” in Boruto.
Welcome to the Dungeon and Dragons area at Heroes Made in Asia! For the very first time, we present a series of DnD activities with the coolest parties in the Netherlands. Meet the Dobbelgangers, Driving Dungeon, Game Master Worlds & Blood on the Clocktower!
Kayleigh McKee (Yuta Okkotsu in the hit anime movie Jujutsu Kaisen 0) is coming to Heroes Made in Asia!
She is best known for playing the fan favorite character Yuta Okkotsu in the hit anime movie Jujutsu Kaisen 0, as Pina in Netflix’s highly successful BEASTARS, and as Testament in the classic fighting game Guilty Gear Strive.
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.
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