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VEGETABLES of CHINA trading cards

A project in Shanghai, China by The Cleaver Quarterly
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Grasp the Chinese produce aisle in the palm of your hand
Backers: 551
Average Pledge Per Backer: $33

Funded: $18,229 of $7,000
Dates: Oct 17th -> Nov 8th (23 days)
Project By: The Cleaver Quarterly
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Latest News

Liven Up Your Next Market Visit With These New Cleaver Quarterly Veggie Trading Cards

November 12th - via: thebeijinger.com
Unless you’re a far keener Chinese student than me, the prospect of hunkering down to study vocabulary for vegetables is anything but appetizing. Thankfully, the folks at Cleaver Quarterly (a team that formerly served as much of the editorial spine of the Beijinger) have made a fun, veggie-themed card game that makes learning about your greens far more palatable, if not downright lively. (Read More)

What we're thankful for

November 5th - via: kickstarter.com
As we enter the last days of our Vegetables of China campaign, we're reflecting on how we got here in the first place. Some of our happiest moments producing these cards have been our encounters with other creators in the Chinese food space, all of... (Read More)

Gorgeous 'Vegetables of China' Card Deck Campaign on Kickstarter Now

November 1st - via: thatsmags.com
If you are into cooking Chinese food, you've surely heard of The Illustrated Wok by online Chinese food mag, The Cleaver Quarterly. If you haven't, it's only one of the most beautifully illustrated volumes of Chinese recipes we have seen in the history of cookbooks. (Read More)

Sneak preview: The Planner

October 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello!  You already have a good idea of what the VEGETABLES OF CHINA card deck looks like, but you may be curious about the other rewards. We'll be rolling out the mockups in the next few days. Here's a glimpse of what the VEGETABLES OF CHINA weekly... (Read More)

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October 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you so much to everybody who has pledged!  Having spent several months planning, researching, art-directing, and designing this VEGETABLES OF CHINA card deck, we couldn't wait to share it with everybody. Our goal was simple: to demystify... (Read More)

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