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The anticipation of travel can be as much fun as the trip itself, often because you get to learn about new places as you prepare for your visit. As you flip through September’s issue of Analytical English , you’ll discover some insight into places all around the world. Planning on visiting Japan? Read “It’s a Breeze: Decoding the Symbols of Japanese Fans” for some tips on picking up a souvenir to stay cool. For tourists that like to stay active while also sampling local flavors, “A Marathon of Food, Wine, and Fun” in France may be just what you’re looking for. If Florence is on your list of places to visit, know that “Stendhal Syndrome: The Power of Art”is real and could leave you feeling under the weather. Wherever you travel, be prepared to question and rethink “The Time of Your Life.” If you are set in your ways when it comes to timekeeping, you may find yourself frustrated if your destination has a different pace of life. Even if you’re not going anywhere soon, Analytical
English has plenty of exciting things for you to learn about the world.