In Laos, the Nguyen Du Vietnam-Laos bilingual school held a program on September 29 to celebrate the festival, gathering a large number of students and parents.

At the event in Laos

Along with enjoying lion dances and art performances, participants also joined many games and explored the meaning of the festival.

Also on September 29, the Vietnamese Embassy in South America held festive activities for Vietnamese children in the country and their local friends.

Ambassador Hoang Sy Cuong introduced the meaning of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnamese culture, especially for children.

In a fancy and cozy atmosphere, participants enjoyed Vietnamese mooncakes and joined folk games of Vietnam.

In Russia, the festival was held for children of officials working in the Vietnamese Embassy and other Vietnamese representative offices in Moscow.

At the event in Russia

At the event, winners of a drawing contest for children themed "Rusia in my eyes" were honored.

Ambassador Dang Minh Khoi extended greetings to the children. He said that the prize-winning paintings will be printed in New Year postcards of the embassy to introduce the talent of Vietnamese children to international friends.

Festive activities were also organized for about 40 Vietnamese children at the Moscow trade center which is hosting a large number of Vietnamese traders.

Meanwhile in Cambodia, children from Vietnamese-origin families in Sihanoukville gathered at the headquarters of the Khmer-Vietnamese Association in Preah Sihanouk province to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. The event was jointly organized by the association and the Vietnamese Consul General in Preah Sihanouk, with the sponsorship of many donors.

The organizing board presented 50 gift packages to the children at the event.

Similar activities were also held in seven Northwest provinces of Cambodia.

Children in Cambodia receiving gifts

Earlier on September 28, the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia held a program to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, with many festive festivals and folk games.

Source: VNA