This magazine was first published as Esperanto Culture Magazine in December 2020. It was meant as a cultural platform for Whole Earth Citizens - a means to communicate the notion of contemporary culture as an international language. It also referred to the 1985 Ryuichi Sakamoto album of the same name. The name was changed to ESP Cultural Magazine from the second issue onwards. An amalgamation of many hopes, ESP alludes to our sixth sense, the 965 Miles Davis album of the same name, and will forever be a space for Whole Earth Citizens (Extra Sensorial Print for Extra Sensorial People).
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