Phan Lạc Việt Hoà, seven, along with his younger brother and father were keenly sticking coloured cellophane sheets on their star lanterns made out of bamboo.
Japanese food is known throughout the world for its unique flavours and textures, but without the right tuition, it’s difficult to really appreciate what’s on your plate. Hồ Hoàng reports.
Demand for Vietnamese-made lanterns for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival has increased sharply from previous years.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, or Full Moon Festival, falls on September 23 this year, and is a time for children to enjoy tasty treats and gifts from adults.
The youth representatives of 17 out of 21 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member economies adopted a declaration for youth at the closing ceremony of APEC Voices of the Future 2017 in the central province of Quảng Nam on Friday.
Artisans from the Phú Bình Lantern Village in HCM City’s District 11 are busy with orders this week, making traditional cellophane lanterns to celebrate the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.
Blossom Art House will host a workshop on making lanterns with glass paper, the integral toy for the mid-autumn full-moon festival.