A special Mid-Autumn festival began at Hanoi’s Temple of Literature on September 29, imbuing visitors with memories of the old days. Let’s explore the event through the following photos.
The Temple of Literature is lit up with lanterns in almost of its corners.
The festival runs for three nights until October 1 following three different themes.
A traditional five-fruit tray
All tickets for the first night of the event are sold out.
Visitors see how a mooncake is made.
A boy learns to craft a toy figurine (to he) himself.
Cheerful faces spotted while playing traditional folk games
Painting traditional masks
Playing folk games
The art of fruit carving
Iron ships – a popular children toy in the past
Foreigners learn to make Vietnam’s traditional lanterns
A girl, who acts as goddess of the Moon, at the festival, plays with a child