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Vietnam’s Full Moon Festival

Vietnam’s Full Moon Festival

Every 15th of the Lunar August, usually around the end of September, countries across Asia celebrate the Mid-Autumn, or Full Moon Festival.

Glass paper lanterns light up full moon festival

Glass paper lanterns light up full moon festival

In Vietnam, Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as Children's Festival, bringing families together for a fun nighteating mooncakes and exotic fruits like pomelo, followed by parades lit by lanterns.

“Nguyen tieu” festival celebrated in Laos

"Nguyen tieu" festival celebrated in Laos

The Vietnamese community in Laos gathered in Phat Tich Pagoda in Vientiane on February 11 to celebrate the traditional “Nguyen tieu” (first full moon) festival, organised on every 15th day of the first lunar month.

Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival comes to Danang

Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival comes to Danang

VOV.VN - The annual Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival (September 9-15) with all its festive splendour and colour has once again come to the Asia Park in the City of Danang, attracting massive numbers of festivalgoers.

Full-moon festivals for poor children in central region

Full-moon festivals for poor children in central region

VOV.VN - Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh and representatives from the National Fund for Vietnamese Children on September 11 presented gifts to unfortunate children in central Quang Tri province on the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Vietnamese prisoners get newspapers, TV

Prisoners will get access to internal cable network, colour television and printed newspapers, a document on amendment and supplementary contents to Decree 90/2015 on prisoner management said.

3,000 school kids prepare for Autumn Festival

3,000 school kids prepare for Autumn Festival

(VOV) - Vietnam’s largest Full Moon Festival is set to get underway on the evening of September 25 at Phan Thiet City in Binh Thuan province with an estimated 3,000 pupils from 32 local primary schools participating.