DEBTELIN

Manchu in translation

The Hague, The Netherlands | 133 Sales

DEBTELIN

Manchu in translation

The Hague, The Netherlands 133 Sales On Etsy since 2018

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Announcement   DEBTELIN 2 is now available!
Debtelin is a on- and off line journal for Manchu in translation. In our Etsy shop you will be able to purchase our journal, our books, posters, and vintage collectables.
All the money will be made here will be invested back into our projects of the foundation. For MF projects, please visit Manchufoundation.org.

DEBTELIN the journal is made by:
Editors Fresco Sam-Sin and Pieter van den Broek
Editorial board Mario Cams, Guillaume Lescuyer, Yves Menheere, Tatiana Pang,
David Porter, Brian Tawney, Yves Trachsel, Gao Wa
Graphic design Lieveke ontwerpt | Lieveke Op ten Berg
Web design Léon Rodenburg and Wendy Steffens
Publisher Kapsenberg van Waesberge

Announcement

Last updated on Feb 14, 2018

DEBTELIN 2 is now available!
Debtelin is a on- and off line journal for Manchu in translation. In our Etsy shop you will be able to purchase our journal, our books, posters, and vintage collectables.
All the money will be made here will be invested back into our projects of the foundation. For MF projects, please visit Manchufoundation.org.

DEBTELIN the journal is made by:
Editors Fresco Sam-Sin and Pieter van den Broek
Editorial board Mario Cams, Guillaume Lescuyer, Yves Menheere, Tatiana Pang,
David Porter, Brian Tawney, Yves Trachsel, Gao Wa
Graphic design Lieveke ontwerpt | Lieveke Op ten Berg
Web design Léon Rodenburg and Wendy Steffens
Publisher Kapsenberg van Waesberge

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Great DEBTELIN event. Over 40 had over 400 questions for Peter Dekker. Photo: Fresco giving an intro

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“Recommended reading—and a lesson in cool design from Fresco Sam-Sin.” Professor Hilde De Weerdt, Leiden University

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The first batch of DEBTELIN in the hands of their readers!

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About

Manchu for everyone!

This shop is opened by the Manchu Foundation. Here you can find many fruits of the projects that we support. The Manchu Foundation exists to advance the knowledge on Manchu and the Manchus, both specialized as well as bringing it to the widest possible audience. We are interested in all periods within Manchu history, including the present situation. We want to support projects and individuals that promote or produce original research, publication, or education on Manchu and the Manchus. Our fields of interest include Manchu literature, art, material culture, and history. Our ultimate goal is to help creating for the Manchus a solid and lasting place within our global cultural heritage. Please consider supporting our work.

Shop members

  • Fresco Sam-Sin

    Curator, Maker

    The Manchu Foundation's favorite partner in crime. Lecturer of Manchu language and culture at Leiden University and research associate at the Research Centre for Material Culture. He is founder and curator of Manc.hu, DEBTELIN, QingMaps and buleku.

  • Manchu Foundation

    Owner, Shipper, Customer Service

    All you need to know about the Manchu Foundation can be found on our website Manchufoundation.org. Our goal is to introduce as much knowledge on the Manchus to you as we possibly can. This web shop is a showcase of our work!

Production partners

  • Lieveke

    The Hague, Netherlands

    Designer

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Last updated on Feb 15, 2018
Frequently asked questions
What if I can pick by order up myself?

Then use the coupon code “HOLLAND” and drop us a note. Orders best picked up in Den Haag, Leiden, and Amsterdam.

Why such high postage costs for DEBTELIN?

DEBTELIN is made with love for paper and books. The paper is of beautiful quality and the binding unique. It makes it heavy and therefore costly to sent. It’s well worth it though!