Hanoi, Vietnam, September 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- This Mid-Autumn festival is a great chance for travelers who are interested in seeing and studying traditional culture in Hanoi, Vietnam to realize their wish. If you are waiting for a great occasion to experience Vietnam and Hanoi culture, this September will be your greatest time.
A series of events and programs to celebrate the Mid-Autumn themed “Traditional Mid-Autumn Festival 2012” will be held in four places in the Old Quarters of Hanoi from 18th to 30 Sept by Hanoi Old Quarter Management Board. It aims to propagate Hanoi’s unique traditional culture to international tourists. The Old Quarter is a popular and favourite destination of the tourists to Hanoi with the wonderful mixture of traditional and modern architecture as well as busy Asian streets life. However, there is one very special time in the year that tourists can witness the Old Quarter at its finest and join local events.
Four historical places to host the events are Kim Ngan Communal House at 42-44 Hang Bac Street, Dong Lac Communal House at 38 Hang Dao street, the Heritage House at 87 Ma May Street, Hanoi Old Quarter Information Centre at 28 Hang Buom Street.
Accordingly, at Dong Lac Communal House, they will display the paintings of children and give instructions on the making of folk toys typical of the traditional Mid-Autumn festival, including five-star lanterns, paper scholars and to he (toy figurines), etc.
While, Kim Ngan Communal House at 42-44 Hang Bac Street will dedicate a space for the traditional Mid-Autumn festival. This house will host ca tru (ceremonial song) performances by Hanoi Ca Tru Club every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evening. Also, at the Heritage House at 87 Ma May Street, there will be handicraft paper collage works by the Hanoi young painter group and ca tru shows by Thang Long Ca tru Club at 8pm every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening.
At Hanoi Old Quarter Information Centre 28 Hang Buom, the progress on making puppets and putting on puppetry shows in Te Tieu trade village will be introduced, along with puppet performances.
Especially, they also recall the old culture by recreating the old activities and decoration as Hanoians used to do. So it’s not only interesting and special with international visitors but also with Hanoi’s young generations.
In Vietnam, Tet Trung Thu or the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most popular family holidays, which is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. This is a chance for children to enjoy their beautiful traditional toys and join community activities. On the streets are delighting atmosphere of the festival and colourful decorations with red lanterns and paper toys, which builds the most attractive appearance for the Old Quarter in the year.
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