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The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important traditional holidays in Vietnam. To me, it is also the most wonderful and exciting one.

The Mid-Autumn festival dates back to the Rice Civilization of the Red River Delta, over 4,000 years ago. The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated not only in Vietnam but also in some other parts of Asia as well, including China, Japan, and Korea. It takes place in the middle of the eighth lunar month when the full moon shines at night. Mid-Autumn festival is a traditional celebration for Vietnamese children. Everywhere is fallen in the active and colorful air. The original meaning of this ancient festival is that it represents a family reunion or gathering. Therefore, families and friends often came together or harvested crops for the festival. The specialty in the Mid-Autumn is the lanterns, especially the star-shaped lantern. There is a legend about a man named Cuoi living on the Moon, but just by accident. It is said that if you look closely at the full moon, you can see the shadow of a man sitting under a banyan. Therefore, children parade lanterns in the streets the night of the Mid-autumn Festival to help light the way to earth for Cuoi. The main point of it is the mooncakes-the most important thing in every house in the Mid-Autumn festival. Mooncakes are specific cakes and are only for this festival. Mooncakes, which are made from the flavor, meat, egg, dried fruit, pumpkin's seed, peanut, are so sweet and good tasting. Mooncakes symbolize luck, happiness, health, and wealth on the Mid-Autumn day. Apart from mooncakes and lanterns, there are a lot of other activities such as wearing funny masks, performing fantastic lion dances, and singing folklore songs on the house's grounds or on the streets when the moon is rising.

In conclusion, if you drop by Vietnam on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, let’s enjoy the Mid-Autumn festival.

The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important traditional holidays in Vietnam. To me, it is also the most wonderful and exciting one.

The Mid-Autumn festival dates back to the Rice Civilization of the Red River Delta, over 4,000 years ago. The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated not only in Vietnam but also in some other parts of Asia as well, including China, Japan, and Korea. It takes place in the middle of the eighth lunar month when during the full moon shines at night. The Mid-Autumn festival is a traditional celebration for Vietnamese children. Everywhere is fallen in the active and colorful air. (I do not understand.) The original meaning of this ancient festival is that it represents a family reunion or gathering. Therefore, families and friends often came together or harvested crops for the festival. The specialty in the Mid-Autumn is the lanterns, especially the star-shaped lantern. There is a legend about a man named Cuoi living on the Moon, but just by accident. It is said that if you look closely at the full moon, you can see the shadow of a man sitting under a banyan. Therefore, children parade lanterns in the streets the night of the Mid-autumn Festival to help light the way to earth for Cuoi. The main point of it is the mooncakes-the most important thing in every house in the Mid-Autumn festival. Mooncakes are specific cakes and are only for this festival. Mooncakes, which are made from the flavor, meat, egg, dried fruit, pumpkin's seed, and peanuts, are very so sweet and good tasting. Mooncakes symbolize luck, happiness, health, and wealth on the Mid-Autumn day. Apart from mooncakes and lanterns, there are a lot of other activities such as wearing funny masks, performing fantastic lion dances, and singing folklore songs outside the house on the house's grounds or on the streets when the moon is rising.

In conclusion, if you drop by visit Vietnam on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, let’s enjoy the Mid-Autumn festival.