The event will offer a venue for Hanoians to explore different cultures and cuisines from various nations around the globe. Kate Ruddon, HIWC President, said all proceeds will be used to fund projects in support of disadvantaged women and children across Vietnam.
The charity bazaar is seen as an ideal place for people to buy presents in preparation for Christmas with a vast array of handicraft products on offer such as, decorative items for the home, artwork, special books, unique toys, fashion and organic products. In addition, children of all ages will have the opportunity to participate in exciting activities including Ninja training courses.
Representatives from embassies and international communities of more than 30 countries will introduce their traditional food and drinks to visitors while students from international schools in Hanoi will entertain the crowd with various performances.
Visitors will also have the chance to win prizes such as free air tickets, vouchers forluxury hotels and cruise, unique artwork, jewelry and bikes.
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