contributors


sources
Naohiro Ukawa (Tokyo), Kwangho Lee (Seoul), Alva Noto (Berlin), Chassol (Paris), Frida Orupabo (Oslo), Daniil Trabun (Moscow), Lin Zhipeng aka No.223 (Beijing), Naohiro Ukawa (Tokyo), Kwangho Lee (Seoul), Alva Noto (Berlin), Chassol (Paris), Frida Orupabo (Oslo), Daniil Trabun (Moscow), Lin Zhipeng aka No.223 (Beijing)
Theseus Chan (Singapore), Sunny Dolat (Nairobi), Barbara Sanchez Kane (Mexico), Beth Wilkinson (Melbourne), Yener Torun (Istanbul), Ram Ozeri (Jerusalem), Theseus Chan (Singapore), Sunny Dolat (Nairobi), Barbara Sanchez Kane (Mexico), Beth Wilkinson (Melbourne), Yener Torun (Istanbul), Ram Ozeri (Jerusalem)

A
Cultural
Magazine
for
Whole
Earth
Citizens


Coming to Japan
15 December, 2020
To the rest of the world in
January 2021
Esperanto Culture Magazine communicates the culture of the 21st century as an international language, and aims to become a universal platform for Whole Earth Citizens.

Esperanto was catalysed by Ryuichi Sakamoto’s album of the same name, and originally comes from the name of an international auxiliary language devised by Polish linguist Ludoviko Lazaro Zamenhof in the 19th century. It is an artificial language created in hope for world peace.

Graphic design by Experimental Jetset
Website design by Shoto Hayakawa