Ninh Thuan culture featured at Mid-Autumn Festival in Hanoi

Sunday, 2018-09-23 14:45:37
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Children are learning about the Cham people’s brocade weaving art.
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NDO - The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology organised a Mid-Autumn Festival programme on September 22 and 23, featuring the Cham culture of the south-central province of Ninh Thuan.

The programme offered children and their families interesting experiences in playing folk games, making traditional toys and setting up five-fruit trays for the Mid-Autumn Festival.

It was also an opportunity for visitors to the museum to learn about the unique cultures of the Cham and Raglai people in Ninh Thuan province through performances of traditional songs and musical instruments.

A traditional dance of ethnic people in Ninh Thuan province.

Raglai artists play their traditional musical instruments.

Children are taught how to make toys for the Mid-Autumn Festival.

They put the final touches to their star lanterns under the guidance of volunteers.

Young girls are interested in making mooncakes in the traditional way.

A foreign child learns to make a traditional kite.

A young girl is applying paint to a toy ship.

Besides making handicrafts, children could also find joy in playing folk games.

Kids are excited to play a game where they have to smash earthen pots while blindfolded.

Parents join their children in a game of tug-of-war.