Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the traditional holidays of Vietnam expected by most of people especially children. Children on this day are often given by adults toys such as various lanterns, water guns, masks and moon cakes, etc. However, for the disadvantaged children, they don’t have condition to enjoy a fulfilled Mid-Autumn Festival as the other children. The worry about living burdens their childhood.
To show interest and care for the disadvantaged children, Dak Lak Provincial Museum, on September 22nd afternoon, in collaboration with the Central Highlands Training and Development Center (5CHO) held to give presents to the children of the Social Protection Center of Dak Lak and the Warm House June 1st. More than 80 gifts including lanterns and moon cakes were offered to the children of these organizations so that they have chances to enjoy a Mid-Autumn Festival, happy and warm, which will make them overcome difficulties in their learning. With the practical actions, Dak Lak Provincial Museum and 5 CHO wish to contribute to give the children a loving moonnight. Some pictures of the activities:
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