A programme “Father’s Mid-Autumn” to recreate the mid-autumn festival back in the old days for Hanoi youngsters has been held by Ivina Hub and Vietnamese Folklore Club. Star lanterns, papier-mâché masks, paper toys … These familiar objects associated with the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival are beautifully displayed, bringing people back to a time filled with nostalgia. Coming to the programme, the children and their parents are free to make the lanterns or lamps from recycled materials under the help of young people. The finished products will be given to the participants to take home as a souvenir or participate in the contest: “Each family has one toy”. The toys will be kept at the Vietnamese folk village club. The “Father’s Mid-Autumn” is an opportunity for family members to gather and spend time together.-VNA VNA
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