During our trip to PuErh with the T-project, we were fortunate to have lunch with YeYi a Wa woman who was at the vanguard of local people wanting to improve their situation through tea farming. She was a very kind, cheerful and generous host and we would happily have stayed longer if we could. What was fascinating was that while we were in awe of the landscape and the beautiful scenery, YeYi and her family said they would much rather live the countryside of England. The grass, or indeed tea plants are always greener. We weren’t even expecting people in such a remote area to have an opinion on Blighty but that’s the modern world and highlights a big part of our mission. We are a global community today whether we want to be or not and as such we have a duty to help level the playing field.