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In Bangladesh, tea garden representatives live in estate-owned housing – mud homes with no electricity or running water. Virtually everything they own belongs to the tea estate. Representatives make between 52 and 64 cents per day. If they were to leave this life they’d leave with the clothes on their back and a few cents in their pockets, a Bangladeshi church planter says. It’s courage and confidence in Christ that brings this church planter to these tea gardens. There are 20 churches and 82 Christians that he knows of in the tea estates. IMB Photo

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A construction worker in a remote Northern African area breaks for some tea. Regardless of how far they are from civilization, they are never too far to have a proper tea time. The men here were building a brick wall, using mud like glue to make the structure. Their process included forming the walls and erecting the building brick-by-brick. IMB Photo

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A man pours hot coffee into disposable clay cups for customers in Prayagraj, India.

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A woman flashes a smile as she prepares to lift a full load of freshly harvested tea. A full sack typically weighs up to 20 kilos—44 pounds.

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The brightly-colored blouse and skirt of a tea picker stand out against the deep green color of the tea she is harvesting.

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Generations of women are represented in the tea gardens of eastern Bangladesh. Some teenagers begin picking tea at age 14, working alongside their older friends and relatives who often continue working into their 60’s.

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With their quota of tea leaves bundled tightly and carried on their heads, women walk out of the tea gardens of eastern Bangladesh. The tea gardens and factories are often separated by miles, and the women must walk every evening to weigh the loads.

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Bread and crackers in Noway.

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An Udmurt man prepares tea for guests in a village in the Udmurtia federal region in Russia.

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An IMB worker who serves among the Udmurt people sits at a table with ministry partners as they have tea and minister to an Udmurt family in their kitchen.

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Tea is poured in a traditional tea shop in Taichung, Taiwan.

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An IMB missionary holds a hand-painted card with a message of hope made by a tsunami survivor and artist. The reverse side of the card has the verse, “And now, these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love,” 1 Corinthians 13:13 (NASB).

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Following an ancient Japanese custom, a tsunami survivor folds origami paper cranes in remembrance of her deceased family members. In Japan, cranes are considered holy animals. This custom is believed to bring good luck and make wishes come true. The tsunami survivor said she wishes for comfort and peace.

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An IMB missionary reads the Bible with a Japanese tsunami survivor. Many tsunami survivors received comfort from the compassion, prayers and practical assistance of the Japanese and international Christians who traveled to Japan to help in the aftermath of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

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Chinese mooncakes, typically eaten during the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival.

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Hot tea and chopsticks in Beijing, China.

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A woman samples hot tea in Beijing, China’s Maliandao Tea Street.

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A tea vendor performs a tea-making ceremony in Beijing, China’s Maliandao Tea Street. The street has more than 1,000 shops selling and specializing in tea.

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Four glasses of tea sit on display in a shop on Beijing, China’s Maliandao Tea Street. With more than 1,000 shops, the tea street is the place to learn about, taste, and buy various types of tea.

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Chinese men have tea.

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