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The Mid-Autumn Festival is an important holiday with a long-standing tradition among the Vietnamese people. It takes place on the full moon day of the 8th lunar month each year, when the moon is at its fullest and brightest. During this time, families gather together to enjoy a feast, engage in conversations, and admire the moon after days of hard work. Children receive candy and toys from adults, participate in lantern parades, enjoy feasts, watch lion dances, and listen to fairy tales about Ms. Hang and Uncle Cuoi. That's why the Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as the Moon Festival, Reunion Festival, or Children's Day.

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Alpha Plus joined the bustling and joyful atmosphere of this festival by organizing Mid-Autumn Festival programs at First Home An Giang, City Tower & Luxury Residence Binh Duong, Imperial Place, and Nam Phuc Le Jardin. The residents enjoyed a unique Mid-Autumn Festival with a variety of performances ranging from traditional to modern.


At projects in An Giang, Binh Duong, and An Lac, children experienced the lively atmosphere of the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival. They participated in activities like carrying lanterns, enjoying feasts, meeting Ms. Hang and Mr. Cuoi, and other children's entertainment. There were also musical performances and a special lion dance performance.

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Meanwhile, at Nam Phuc Le Jardin, the combination of the Flea Market model, art competitions, and traditional activities created a vibrant Mid-Autumn Festival night for children. The Flea Market activities become even more meaningful as all the money from the stalls will be donated to Maison Chance.

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After each program, the children also receive lovely lanterns and many attractive gifts. Alpha Plus hopes that through these meaningful activities, the children will have a joyous and love-filled Mid-Autumn Festival with their families.

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