November 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;11/10/2006, Issue 26, p32
Trade Publication
The article features Paris, France as the destination of Japanese tourists. It has been noticed that they are not happy in the photos they took home. It could be noted that they are expecting to be welcomed to the city. They have just discover that the city is not all marriage proposals and chocolates. However, their visits tend to be traumatizing since they have had to find psychological treatment for Paris Syndrome.


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