Overseas Vietnamese abroad cheer mid-Autumn festival

In spite of living far from the homeland, Vietnamese children in Malaysia, Singapore and Norway still enjoy a significant mid-autumn festival.

In spite of living far from the homeland, Vietnamese children in Malaysia, Singapore and Norway still enjoy a significant mid-autumn festival.

In the evening of September 26th, a mid-Autumn festival for Vietnamese children in Malaysia was organized by the Vietnamese Women’s Club at the Vietnamese Embassy.

Overseas Vietnamese abroad cheer mid-Autumn festival
Ms. Tran Thi Chang, head the Vietnamese Women’s Club in Malaysia, stressed that mid-Autumn festival is one of traditional festivals of Vietnam. Organization of the festival for Vietnamese children in Malaysia aims to help them understand the cultural tradition of the nation as well as strengthen exchange and unity among the community.

At the festival, the children joined in folk games, lion dances, and lantern shows as well as enjoyed traditional dishes.

In the afternoon of September 26th, the Vietnamese Embassy in Singapore welcomed dozens of Vietnamese families and their children, who joined in folk games, lion dances, and lantern shows.

A talent show and a painting competition were also held for the young children to learn about traditional values, language and culture of their homeland.

Ms. Leily, Vietnamese-French woman living in Singapore said that this is the first time she participated in an activity of the overseas Vietnamese community in Singapore. The program is very happy because her children can play, sing, dance and exchange with friends at the same ages. Her family will continue to join in coming programs of the overseas Vietnamese community in Singapore.

On the same day, Vietnamese children in Oslo, Norway also enjoyed a mid-Autumn festival organized by the Overseas Vietnamese Association in Norway.

The festival helps Vietnamese children in Norway maintain cultural tradition of Vietnamese people.

At the festival, the participants watched lion dance, art performances by Vietnamese children as well as enjoyed home-made moon-cakes and traditional Vietnamese dishes./.

( VNF )

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