Caroline Lengyel

Teacher, Writer

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YAN LAAP MEMORIAL PRIMARY SCHOOL
10/01/2017
ENGLISH EXPRESS

This is the first issue of the English Express, a monthly newsletter published at Yan Laap Memorial Primary School.

Chatterisblog
02/06/2018
A trip to Shangri-La

Chatteris' own Caroline Lengyel gives us a glimpse into her trip to mainland. This Christmas I took the train to mainland China. It was my first major journey beyond the familiar borders of Hong Kong and I alighted at Guangzhou Station, alone, damp with terror. I changed my SIM card.

Chatterisblog
11/22/2017
Living in Sham Shui Po

Wondering what it's like to live in Hong Kong? Have no fear, because Chatteris' own Caroline Lengyel is on hand to describe a typical day living in Sham Shui Po, a bustling district near the centre of Kowloon... Sham Shui Po is Hong Kong's true center - its jack-of-all-trades- its food, tech, toys, cheap clothing, cheap fabric and cheap coffee Mecca.

Chatterisblog
02/20/2018
City of Lattes, Part 2

Chatteris' own Caroline Lengyel blesses us with her latest and greatest coffee shop finds. "I'm back on the hunt for the best indie coffee shops in HK!" was how I almost started this post. But let's be real, the hunt never stopped. New favorites include: I heard this coffee was special and it did not disappoint.

Chatterisblog
10/15/2017
City of Lattes, Part 1

Chatteris' own Caroline Lengyel shares with us her insider knowledge of the best coffee shops Hong Kong has to offer. I drink coffee every day, many times a day - a habit I afford by skipping meals, frequenting McDonalds and owning about three pairs of clothes.

Hinghamhistorical
03/23/2019
86 Turkey Hill Lane | The Hingham Historical Society

In 1929, the Thayer family summer home atop Turkey Hill, built by Ezra Ripley Thayer, prominent Boston lawyer and Dean of the Harvard Law School, burned to the ground. His widow Ethel rebuilt in the same location, sparing no expense in the reconstruction.

Hinghamhistorical
03/23/2019
High Street Cemetery Meeting House | The Hingham Historical Society

High Street Cemetery, founded in 1681, is a private cemetery located on seven acres in the center of Hingham. The cemetery contains some of the town's oldest graves, including those of George Russell (died 1694), Jane Russell (died 1688), and Mary Jacob (died 1694).