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September 2019

Embroidery Workshop with Kate Lamteva

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You’re invited to participate in another Embroidery workshop facilitated by stylist, model and fashion designer Kate Lamteva. The class will be held on Sunday 15th September from 10am to 1:30pm at the Eastern & Oriental tea House & Coffee Parlour. Register here or email Kate : kate.lamteva@gmail.com

How to Make French Press Coffee Like a Barista

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Add 1 heaped tablespoon of ground coffee for every 1 cup of water 

Make sure your coffee is ground coarsely, not finely

Boil the water in a kettle, and once it has boiled, let the water cool for 1 minute before pouring into the French press

Pour half the water in, allow the coffee to bloom for a minute, then add the remaining half of the water

Press the plunger down gently

How to write a College Essay: A free workshop

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Date: Wednesday 11th September

Time: 6pm to 8pm

Venue: Eastern & Oriental Tea House & Coffee Parlour

Address: 26 Quang An St, Tay Ho, Hanoi

Workshop presenter: Susanna Mathews, Connecticut College

Website: https://www.conncoll.edu/

 

About the workshop

This free program will detail how to write a convincing application essay that will set you apart from other applicants. We’ll discuss the purpose of the application essay as well as the challenges associated with writing and how to overcome these challenges.

Using examples from students that were successfully admitted to Connecticut College, we’ll walk through how to choose a topic, how an essay is evaluated and overall tips for success. No matter where you choose to apply, these tips will help you distinguish yourself in the best way possible!

About Connecticut College

Situated on the coast of southern New England, Connecticut College is a private liberal arts and sciences college with 1,800 students hailing from across the US and 45 countries. The College offers 55 areas of study with the top majors being biological sciences, economics, English, government, international relations and psychology. The student-faculty ratio is 9:1 and all classes are taught by professors.

Connecticut College is distinguished by interdisciplinary studies, international programs, funded internships and a commitment to faculty-student research. The College is nationally known for career and internship placement.