Memorable photos of tour participants It was Tuesday, and it was the Tea and Food Research Department. For those who participated in the lecture, the person who accompanied us on the Sri Lanka tour the other day brought a photo. . . . It's a very good picture, so I'd like to introduce it to you. . A visit to James Taylor's grave, a parent and child at the Sunday market, a cheerful boy selling vegetables (I love his smile), a cute girl in the tea garden (barefoot)... A first-year student at the tea garden, a 5-year-old marching alone. ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ These are the words of Mr. S who provided the photo. “When I visited the schools in the tea gardens, the children at every school knew about the earthquake in Japan and sent their condolences. I am grateful to the Japanese people for bringing me presents and for being able to help people despite their hardships... Their words cheered me up." The earthquake disaster in Japan could never be felt by anyone, and even the children of the tea garden in the mountains knew about it and sent their condolences. . . . . . . . . . . . . .