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News for keyword : Mid Autumn Festival
Ha Noi offers diverse entertainment during Mid Autumn Festival

A myriad of activities are taking place in Ha Noi on the occasion of the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival.  

A range of activities, recapping about the traditional mid-autumn festival, kicked off at Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Ha Noi on September 6.
The culture of the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai is on show during the mid-autumn festival, held on September 7-8, at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology.
Children will have a chance to enjoy the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival atmosphere with various eye-catching activities at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Ha Noi on September 8.
Viet Nam’s central city of Da Nang, Jeju Island of the Republic of Korea (RoK) and Thailand’s capital city of Bangkok are favourite spots for Koreans to spend the long Mid-Autumn holiday this year.  
Hundreds of lanterns will cast their glow across the pedestrian streets around Hoan Kiem Lake in Ha Noi, on the evening of September 13, the fourteenth day of the eighth lunar month.
Teams from China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Viet Nam will compete in the International Kylin and Lion Dance competition at Da Nang’s Helio entertainment centre on September 14-16.
The 2017 Mid-autumn festival kicked off in front of Dong Xuan Market gate in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter on the evening of September 29 with a joyful drum performance and lion dance.
The annual ‘Tuyen Quang City Festival’ was officially held at Nguyen Tat Thanh Square in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang on the evening of September 10.
This year, Sa Pa Mid-Autumn Festival will feature the theme “A Mid-Autumn Festival for sustainable tourism development”.
Major mask festivals will be organized in Ha Noi on September 4 and HCMC on September 10 to welcome the Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on the 15th day of the eighth month in lunar calendar.

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