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Dutch Days Beijing 2017 @ Beijing, various locations
jun 8 – jun 27 hele dag

Dutch Days Beijing 2017: Small country, big impact

Although a small country, the Netherlands has a big impact internationally. Openness, pragmatism and unifying are the characteristics of the Dutch footprint. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands invites you to take part in our Dutch Days festival from June 8 until June 27 to discover the Dutch footprint in Beijing!

The fourth edition of Dutch Days Beijing has a packed program with a large variety of events. Included are lectures and exhibitions, but also a biking tour throughout Beijing and our Open Day. This year we also celebrate the 45 years of diplomatic relations between China and the Netherlands. In the light of this celebration, Sino-Dutch cooperation is one of the focusses of this year’s edition. Via our Dutch Days activities you can learn more about the long existing relationships and encounter the Dutch footprints in China.

Furthermore, the Dutch Days aim to bring cultural exchange, business opportunities and political engagement to a large Chinese audience. The festival is organized in many cities spread throughout China, at different times during the year. Earlier this year, the Dutch Days were hosted in Hong Kong and Guangzhou. Every edition has its own theme, showcasing the diversity of strong Dutch disciplines.

Agri business drinks and reception in the context of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in China tour

  • Date: June 8
  • Time: 18.30 – 21.00
  • Venue: Ambassador’s residence
  • Admission: Invitation only

Summer has arrived and so has another edition of the agri-business drinks! Dutch and Chinese companies in relevant fields have a chance to meet up or make new connections. This evening also marks the arrival of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing after having performed in Shanghai. The Rotterdam Philharmonic is a modern orchestra which ranks among Europe’s foremost orchestras. Home of the Rotterdam Philharmonic is De Doelen Concert Hall, but the orchestra can frequently be heard in other locations. They will perform in the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing which stands as the highest level of performing house in China.

Biking tours to discover the Dutch footprints in Beijing

  • Date: June 10 to June 16
  • Time: 9.30 daily, alternately in Chinese and English
  • Venue: Bike Beijing, 81 Beiheyandajie
  • Admission: 250 RMB / registration via info@china-inside.com, or win two tickets in our Weibo competition

Want to know more about the Dutch footprints in Beijing? Then join us for a fun and interesting bike tour throughout the city, together with China Inside. Not only is it a healthy and convenient way of moving through the city, you also learn more about our long existing relationships with China and the Dutch impact in Beijing.

What is the secret of the Dutch healthcare system?

  • Date: June 15
  • Time: 13.00 – 17.30
  • Venue: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 4 Liangmahe Nanlu
  • Admission: Invitation only

Learn more about the Dutch worldwide renowned health system and related healthcare solutions. For four consecutive years, the Netherlands has been chosen as the number 1 country for its excellent healthcare system within the Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI). The annual EHCI, developed by Health Consumer Powerhouse, serves as the independent monitoring of healthcare in 36 countries. Founder and president of Health Consumer Powerhouse Johan Hjertqvist will compare and present different healthcare systems and discuss what makes a healthcare system work.

Documentary I am Hardwell

  • Date: June 15
  • Time: 19.30 – 21.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via PEK-PCZ@minbuza.nl

What comes next after reaching the top? At the age of 25, Robbert van de Corput, better known as Hardwell, was crowned World’s number 1 DJ in the 2013 Top 100 DJs Poll. Dance music is one of the main cultural exports of the Netherlands today, and has grown into a multi-million euro industry. The documentary I Am Hardwell, tells the story of Hardwells career. For this documentary, he was accompanied by film director Robin Piree for two and a half years. Through the documentary we get an intimate look at the fame and pressure that comes with the title of ‘Number 1 DJ in the World’.

Opening of the Leiden collection

  • Date: June 16
  • Time: 18.30 – 20.30
  • Venue: Ambassador’s residence
  • Admission: Invitation only

Rembrandt van Rijn is regarded as the most important Dutch painter of the 17th century. From June 17 until September 17 the Leiden Collection’s first international traveling exhibition of highlights will show a group of about 70 works at the National Museum of China in Beijing, and the Long Museum in Shanghai. Included in the exhibition are portraits, history paintings and genre scenes that bring to life the world of Rembrandt and his contemporaries. To celebrate the opening of this exhibition, a reception will be held at the Dutch ambassador’s residence.

Exhibition on Dutch architecture in Beijing

  • Date: June 18 to June 25
  • Time: 12.00 – 22.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: free of charge

Dutch architects are known for their open mind, flexibility, clear lines and strong concepts. They left many footprints and buildings all throughout Beijing. This exhibition shows the buildings from different point of views, both the view of the architect as well as the users the buildings were made for. Through short clips, well-known Dutch architecture firms among which Maison H, NEXT Architects, OMA, Power House Company and Superimpose will present the footprint they left in Beijing.

Film screening of Tonio

  • Date: June 18
  • Time: 20.00 – 22.00
  • Venue: Camera Stylo, 64 Dongsi Shiyi Tiao
  • Admission: free of charge / register via

An Amsterdam novelist and his wife try to come to terms with the loss of their 21-year-old son in the drama Tonio. A high-wire emotional act from Dutch Oscar-favorite Paula van der Oest based on the autobiographical novel from one of the Netherlands’s most acclaimed writers, A.F.Th. van der Heijden. Characteristics of Dutch literature include creativity and an open landscape. Dutch fiction, non-fiction and children’s literature are read and being translated worldwide. The film screening will take place at Camera Stylo, a film house combined with an arts space where people can share music and books.

Award ceremony of the Design your own female superhero contest

  • Date: June 19
  • Time: 18.00 – 21.00
  • Venue: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 4 Liangmahe Nanlu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via contact.cwff@gmail.com

The China Women’s Film Festival organizes a Design your own female superhero contest to draw public attention to female superhero characters. Cartoon illustrators worldwide are invited to design their own ‘wonder woman’. The winning design can become an important symbol in the gender equality movement. Achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls is also the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal number 5. This evening, we will announce the winner of the contest at the embassy and showcase other ideas that were received.

Embassy open day

  • Date: June 24
  • Time: 10.00 – 14.00
  • Venue: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 4 Liangmahe Nanlu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via our website

Did you know the Netherlands has a special relationship with water? 70% of the Dutch population lives below sea level. To celebrate our special relationship with water, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands will transform in a true water paradise on June 24th. There will be workshops by Atelier, Thirst and the Bulk House interesting for the entire family. We will open our doors and give visitors a unique and fun insight in the importance of building a sustainable relationship with water for our common future.

Make your own hat with Elisabeth Koch

  • Date: June 24
  • Time: 10.00 – 12.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: RMB 500 per person / register by paying via WeChat ID: amazinghats

Dutch milliner Elisabeth Koch is the go-to hat designer for China’s top fashion magazines and celebrities, with her work presented on the cover of Vogue China with actress Shu Qi. Over the years, her pieces have been worn by celebrities as Zhang Ziyi, Zhou Xun, Yao Chen and Li Bingbing. Now you get the chance to design, create and bring home your own hat, under the creative guidance of Elisabeth Koch herself! Captivated by Elisabeth’s beautiful designs? You can win a hat of your very own by participating in our Weibo competition!

Party with Miffy for her birthday

  • Date: June 25
  • Time: 14.00 – 17.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via our website

On June 21 Miffy celebrates her birthday! We celebrate this in style with an entire Miffy-themed day. There will be workshops, readings and she will even be present herself. Together with Global Brands Group, M&G Stationery and Children’s Fun Publishing we will make sure the party is interesting and fun. We hope to spread the love for Miffy at the end of the Dutch Days!

Sustainable gala dinner by Sue Zhou

  • Date: June 27
  • Time: 18.00 – 21.00
  • Venue: Ambassador’s residence
  • Admission: Invitaiton only

A healthy, delicious meal which is also good for the environment? This evening, the embassy organizes a sustainable gala dinner with dishes by Sue Zhou to let you experience a delicious meal with carbon footprint decreasing ingredients.

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jun
8
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Dutch Days Beijing 2017 @ Beijing, various locations
jun 8 – jun 27 hele dag

Dutch Days Beijing 2017: Small country, big impact

Although a small country, the Netherlands has a big impact internationally. Openness, pragmatism and unifying are the characteristics of the Dutch footprint. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands invites you to take part in our Dutch Days festival from June 8 until June 27 to discover the Dutch footprint in Beijing!

The fourth edition of Dutch Days Beijing has a packed program with a large variety of events. Included are lectures and exhibitions, but also a biking tour throughout Beijing and our Open Day. This year we also celebrate the 45 years of diplomatic relations between China and the Netherlands. In the light of this celebration, Sino-Dutch cooperation is one of the focusses of this year’s edition. Via our Dutch Days activities you can learn more about the long existing relationships and encounter the Dutch footprints in China.

Furthermore, the Dutch Days aim to bring cultural exchange, business opportunities and political engagement to a large Chinese audience. The festival is organized in many cities spread throughout China, at different times during the year. Earlier this year, the Dutch Days were hosted in Hong Kong and Guangzhou. Every edition has its own theme, showcasing the diversity of strong Dutch disciplines.

Agri business drinks and reception in the context of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in China tour

  • Date: June 8
  • Time: 18.30 – 21.00
  • Venue: Ambassador’s residence
  • Admission: Invitation only

Summer has arrived and so has another edition of the agri-business drinks! Dutch and Chinese companies in relevant fields have a chance to meet up or make new connections. This evening also marks the arrival of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing after having performed in Shanghai. The Rotterdam Philharmonic is a modern orchestra which ranks among Europe’s foremost orchestras. Home of the Rotterdam Philharmonic is De Doelen Concert Hall, but the orchestra can frequently be heard in other locations. They will perform in the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing which stands as the highest level of performing house in China.

Biking tours to discover the Dutch footprints in Beijing

  • Date: June 10 to June 16
  • Time: 9.30 daily, alternately in Chinese and English
  • Venue: Bike Beijing, 81 Beiheyandajie
  • Admission: 250 RMB / registration via info@china-inside.com, or win two tickets in our Weibo competition

Want to know more about the Dutch footprints in Beijing? Then join us for a fun and interesting bike tour throughout the city, together with China Inside. Not only is it a healthy and convenient way of moving through the city, you also learn more about our long existing relationships with China and the Dutch impact in Beijing.

What is the secret of the Dutch healthcare system?

  • Date: June 15
  • Time: 13.00 – 17.30
  • Venue: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 4 Liangmahe Nanlu
  • Admission: Invitation only

Learn more about the Dutch worldwide renowned health system and related healthcare solutions. For four consecutive years, the Netherlands has been chosen as the number 1 country for its excellent healthcare system within the Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI). The annual EHCI, developed by Health Consumer Powerhouse, serves as the independent monitoring of healthcare in 36 countries. Founder and president of Health Consumer Powerhouse Johan Hjertqvist will compare and present different healthcare systems and discuss what makes a healthcare system work.

Documentary I am Hardwell

  • Date: June 15
  • Time: 19.30 – 21.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via PEK-PCZ@minbuza.nl

What comes next after reaching the top? At the age of 25, Robbert van de Corput, better known as Hardwell, was crowned World’s number 1 DJ in the 2013 Top 100 DJs Poll. Dance music is one of the main cultural exports of the Netherlands today, and has grown into a multi-million euro industry. The documentary I Am Hardwell, tells the story of Hardwells career. For this documentary, he was accompanied by film director Robin Piree for two and a half years. Through the documentary we get an intimate look at the fame and pressure that comes with the title of ‘Number 1 DJ in the World’.

Opening of the Leiden collection

  • Date: June 16
  • Time: 18.30 – 20.30
  • Venue: Ambassador’s residence
  • Admission: Invitation only

Rembrandt van Rijn is regarded as the most important Dutch painter of the 17th century. From June 17 until September 17 the Leiden Collection’s first international traveling exhibition of highlights will show a group of about 70 works at the National Museum of China in Beijing, and the Long Museum in Shanghai. Included in the exhibition are portraits, history paintings and genre scenes that bring to life the world of Rembrandt and his contemporaries. To celebrate the opening of this exhibition, a reception will be held at the Dutch ambassador’s residence.

Exhibition on Dutch architecture in Beijing

  • Date: June 18 to June 25
  • Time: 12.00 – 22.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: free of charge

Dutch architects are known for their open mind, flexibility, clear lines and strong concepts. They left many footprints and buildings all throughout Beijing. This exhibition shows the buildings from different point of views, both the view of the architect as well as the users the buildings were made for. Through short clips, well-known Dutch architecture firms among which Maison H, NEXT Architects, OMA, Power House Company and Superimpose will present the footprint they left in Beijing.

Film screening of Tonio

  • Date: June 18
  • Time: 20.00 – 22.00
  • Venue: Camera Stylo, 64 Dongsi Shiyi Tiao
  • Admission: free of charge / register via

An Amsterdam novelist and his wife try to come to terms with the loss of their 21-year-old son in the drama Tonio. A high-wire emotional act from Dutch Oscar-favorite Paula van der Oest based on the autobiographical novel from one of the Netherlands’s most acclaimed writers, A.F.Th. van der Heijden. Characteristics of Dutch literature include creativity and an open landscape. Dutch fiction, non-fiction and children’s literature are read and being translated worldwide. The film screening will take place at Camera Stylo, a film house combined with an arts space where people can share music and books.

Award ceremony of the Design your own female superhero contest

  • Date: June 19
  • Time: 18.00 – 21.00
  • Venue: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 4 Liangmahe Nanlu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via contact.cwff@gmail.com

The China Women’s Film Festival organizes a Design your own female superhero contest to draw public attention to female superhero characters. Cartoon illustrators worldwide are invited to design their own ‘wonder woman’. The winning design can become an important symbol in the gender equality movement. Achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls is also the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal number 5. This evening, we will announce the winner of the contest at the embassy and showcase other ideas that were received.

Embassy open day

  • Date: June 24
  • Time: 10.00 – 14.00
  • Venue: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 4 Liangmahe Nanlu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via our website

Did you know the Netherlands has a special relationship with water? 70% of the Dutch population lives below sea level. To celebrate our special relationship with water, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands will transform in a true water paradise on June 24th. There will be workshops by Atelier, Thirst and the Bulk House interesting for the entire family. We will open our doors and give visitors a unique and fun insight in the importance of building a sustainable relationship with water for our common future.

Make your own hat with Elisabeth Koch

  • Date: June 24
  • Time: 10.00 – 12.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: RMB 500 per person / register by paying via WeChat ID: amazinghats

Dutch milliner Elisabeth Koch is the go-to hat designer for China’s top fashion magazines and celebrities, with her work presented on the cover of Vogue China with actress Shu Qi. Over the years, her pieces have been worn by celebrities as Zhang Ziyi, Zhou Xun, Yao Chen and Li Bingbing. Now you get the chance to design, create and bring home your own hat, under the creative guidance of Elisabeth Koch herself! Captivated by Elisabeth’s beautiful designs? You can win a hat of your very own by participating in our Weibo competition!

Party with Miffy for her birthday

  • Date: June 25
  • Time: 14.00 – 17.00
  • Venue: POP-UP Beijing, North Side, Ground Level (Suite 104), Building 22, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu
  • Admission: free of charge / register via our website

On June 21 Miffy celebrates her birthday! We celebrate this in style with an entire Miffy-themed day. There will be workshops, readings and she will even be present herself. Together with Global Brands Group, M&G Stationery and Children’s Fun Publishing we will make sure the party is interesting and fun. We hope to spread the love for Miffy at the end of the Dutch Days!

Sustainable gala dinner by Sue Zhou

  • Date: June 27
  • Time: 18.00 – 21.00
  • Venue: Ambassador’s residence
  • Admission: Invitaiton only

A healthy, delicious meal which is also good for the environment? This evening, the embassy organizes a sustainable gala dinner with dishes by Sue Zhou to let you experience a delicious meal with carbon footprint decreasing ingredients.

jun
30
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Rotterdam and Hong Kong make One Belt, One Road Work for You @ Hilton Hotel Rotterdam
jun 30 @ 02:30 – 05:00
Rotterdam and Hong Kong make One Belt, One Road Work for You @ Hilton Hotel Rotterdam | Rotterdam | Zuid-Holland | Nederland

Hong Kong and Rotterdam, 175 years of trade and friendship

This year marks the 175th anniversary of the arrival of the first six Dutch ships in the harbour of Hong Kong, which had become a British colony in 1841. It is almost certain that at least one of these ships hailed from Rotterdam.

The Belt and Road Initiative

The Belt and Road Initiative refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, a significant development strategy launched by the Chinese government with the intention of promoting economic co-operation among countries along the proposed Belt and Road routes.

The Initiative has been designed to enhance the orderly free flow of economic factors and the efficient allocation of resources. It is also intended to further market integration and create a regional economic co-operation framework of benefit to all.

An initiative that involves numerous projects, many countries and huge investments. But how will it affect your company, if at all?  What opportunities does the initiative offer you in Hong Kong, China and the Netherlands? 

Seminar, Networking Reception and Dinner

During the seminar on 30 June, expert speakers from China, Hong Kong and Europe will focus on the creation of the New Silk Road as well as on the way companies can use the New Silk Road to grow in the Netherlands, Hong Kong and China. 

 

Please click here for details about the programme, speakers and tickets

20th Anniversary Hong Kong SAR Establishment @ Hilton Hotel Rotterdam
jun 30 @ 05:30 – 09:00
20th Anniversary Hong Kong SAR Establishment @ Hilton Hotel Rotterdam

20th anniversary Hong Kong SAR

The Netherlands Hong Kong Business Association, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, Invest HK, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the City of Rotterdam, Rotterdam Partners, Rabobank International, IGC International and Loyens & Loeff have the pleasure of inviting you to attend the 20th Anniversary Hong Kong SAR Establishment  Dinner on Friday 30th June 2017 in the Hilton Hotel in Rotterdam.

With special guests from China, Hong Kong and the Netherlands, we will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China on 1 July 1997. 

About the Cocktail Reception & Dinner

Any business(wo)man who has been in Hong Kong or China can tell you how important it is to enjoy a dinner with your business relations to build up relationships that will benefit all. Delicious Chinese food will be served to treat your taste buds. You’d almost say you were in Hong Kong.

Special guests representing the Hong Kong Government, the City of Rotterdam and the business community will join members of the Netherlands Hong Kong Business Association and their guests to celebrate the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China on 1 July 1997.

 

Please click here for details about the programme and tickets

jul
7
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Doing Business in Innovative China @ Hubermont Space for Development
jul 7 – jul 8 hele dag
Doing Business in Innovative China @ Hubermont Space for Development | Sainte-Ode | Wallonie | België

Hubermont Summit 2017 on July 7 & 8

As China is expected to become one of the world’s major sources of innovations, the BCECC is delighted to invite you to the Hubermont Summit 2017 on “Doing Business in Innovative China”, held by professor Georges Haour, professor of innovation management at the prestigious executive education institute IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. This summit, co-organized by the BCECC will be held from July 7 to 8, 2017 in Ortho (Province of Luxembourg).

The world is changing rapidly and China is no different, as it is fast transitioning from a low cost manufacturing country to a higher value, innovation-led economy. The firms are the essential engines of the wealth-creation process, but the “framework conditions” and the powerful government, strongly committed to innovation also play important roles. Over the course of two days, Prof. Haour, also associated with the incubator Generics (now Sagentia) in Cambridge, will discuss Innovative China and participants will have the chance to take part in group works, plenary discussions and an analysis of case study on Xiaomi. You can download the biography of Prof. Haour here.

Agenda:

Friday 7 July 2017

12:00-13:00 Registration, check-in and welcome lunch
13:00-15:30 Innovative China
15:30-16:00 Coffee break, walk in the woods
16:00-18:00 Group work and plenary discussion
18:30-20:00 Dinner
20:00-22:00 Informal give and take by the fires

Saturday 8 July 2017

08:00-09:00 Breakfast
09:00-11:00 Discussion of the case study on Xiaomi
11:00-12:00 Conclusions and closing
12:00 Farewell lunch

Venue:

Hubermont Space for Development
Hubermont 4
6983 Ortho (Province of Luxembourg)

Registration:

Registration fee for this summit includes lunch, dinner and overnight stay.
This event is 1000€ (VAT excl.)/person for BCECC members and 1250€ (VAT excl.)/person for non-members.
As the number of participants is limited to 25, we suggest to register as soon as possible.

Interested in joining us? Please fill in the registration form below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by email to events@bcecc.be or by phone +32 2 345 2554.

jul
12
wo
Docu by Night #2 Plastic China @ Pakhuis de Zwijger
jul 12 @ 22:00
Docu by Night #2 Plastic China @ Pakhuis de Zwijger | Amsterdam | Noord-Holland | Nederland

Op zoek naar werk verlieten de ongeschoolde ouders van Yi Jie hun gebied van herkomst. Ze sorteren en recyclen nu plastic afval uit Europa, de Verenigde Staten en Azië. Het gezin leeft letterlijk tussen bergen plastic en gore verbrandingsdampen.

Toch weten de kinderen altijd verborgen schatten te vinden: een zakje met ballonnen, mooie tijdschriften om plaatjes uit te knippen en nieuwe verhalen mee te maken. Het biedt ze een blik op een ander, zoveel rijker leven, vol kansen die zij nooit zullen krijgen. Yi Lie kan niet eens naar school; volgens de baas omdat haar vader alles verzuipt, volgens haar vader omdat hij te weinig verdient. Het lijkt een uitzichtloze situatie. De baas en zijn gezin dromen nog wel van een betere toekomst.

Als ze Yi Jie en haar vader meenemen naar een protserige autobeurs, staan die daar geheel verloren, in een wereld waarbij ze nooit aansluiting zullen vinden. Deze schrijnende, dicht op de huid geschoten film heeft geen uitleg nodig, de beelden vertellen een universeel verhaal over sociale ongelijkheid.

Docu by Night

Met maar liefst 9 unieke documentaire op het plein van Pakhuis de Zwijger sluiten we ook dit jaar weer ons culturele seizoen af. Samen met onze vrienden van IDFA hebben we voor deze avonden een speciale selectie documentaires gemaakt. Een perfecte gelegenheid voor een gezellige avond met vrienden, buren en relaties. Toegang is gratis.

Docu by Night wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door Stadsdeel Oost van de Gemeente Amsterdam.

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