Mid autumn festival

Tết trung thu, hay còn gọi là tết thiếu nhi, tết trông trăng, tết hoa đăng, được tổ chức vào ngày rằm tháng tám hằng năm.

Đó là ngày lễ để trẻ em được tung tăng vui chơi, gặp gỡ nhau, cùng nhau phá cỗ rước đèn, tận hưởng ngày lễ dành riêng cho mình. Có Chú Cuội Chị Hằng theo lời kể dân gian truyền miệng của bà.

Hơn thế, đây còn là dịp mọi người quây quần nói chuyện cùng nhau, là ngày để mọi người gần gũi nhau hơn. Ngày tết trung thu này cũng là ngày lễ của dân tộc, là nét văn hóa dân gian mang hơi thở truyền thống đậm đà, thể hiện sâu sắc bản sắc văn hóa dân tộc, là một nét đặc trưng của đất nước.

Cùng tham khảo những từ vựng về TẾT TRUNG THU nhé.


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Bài viết số 1: Viết về lễ hội trung thu bằng tiếng Anh

Besides the Tet Holiday, the Mid-Autumn festival is one of the most famous festivals and it is a traditional celebration for Vietnamese children. The Mid-Autumn celebration is an opportunity for members of the family to visit together and share together everything in their year. Because the autumn is the time of the beginning of the new school year, so the adults and parents often give gifts to the children. Children use the beautiful lanterns, wear funny masks, perform fantastic lion dances, sing folklore songs in the house’s grounds or in the streets when the moon is rising. It is really an exciting show. On this day, the adults and the parents prepare many different foods – Moon cakes, candies, biscuits, jellies, and fruit, such as grapefruit, longan fruit, bananas, apples, mango, etc.

Bài viết số 2: Viết đoạn văn về tết trung thu bằng tiếng Anh

The Mid-Autumn Festival is an important traditional holiday in my country. Mid-Autumn festival is celebrated not only in Vietnam but also in some other parts of Asia as well, such as China, Japan or Korea. And it is often celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar with full moon at night. In the past, on this day the moon was brightest and roundest which represented the family reunion or gatherings. Therefore, families and friends often came together or harvested crops for the festival. Nowadays, Mid Autumn Festival is mainly for young children in Vietnam to enjoy the best time of the year. But not only can children celebrate this day but also adults can, adults who wish to have a chance to remind their their childhood and feel young again.
During this exciting Autumn festival, making masks and lanterns is probably one of many activities that take place. A lot of groups of young Vietnamese have created unique and trendy lanterns yet can still preserve the traditional beauty. When I was a little kid and living in the countryside, our little alley was teeming with different teams of dragon dancers. Dragon dancers dance to every household in their village, it is like “treat or trick” in western culture, they will not stop until you give them some lucky money. And when speaking of Mid-Autumn, we can’t help but to mention the Moon cake. The round shape of the moon cake signifies completeness and reunion of families.

Bài viết số 3. Viết về tết trung thu bằng tiếng Anh

Tet Trung Thu, as it is known in Vietnam, or the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival as we refer to in foreign countries, is a wonderful, ancient festival that revolves around children.
Vietnam’s Mid-Autumn Moon Festival (or Full moon Festival) takes place on the full moon night (15th of the Lunar August), the most charming and picturesque night of the year. The festival involves the customs of moon contemplating, procession of star & moon – shaped lanterns, lion dance, as well as holding parties with moon cakes and fruits.
The festival is very much like a combination of Halloween and Thanksgiving. On the night of Lunar August 15th, the streets are full of people buying festival stuff and wandering. Besides the assorted paper lanterns, cakes, candies, the toy animals made of rice dough, the dragon heads and faces of the Earth God made of paper are displayed everywhere in the markets. Children parade on the streets, singing and carrying colorful lanterns of different sizes and shapes, such as fishes, stars, butterflies, which spin when candles are inserted, representing the earth circling the sun. In well-off families, the mid-autumn banquet is to show up their nubile girls’ cooking abilities.
This festival is mostly geared to children, thus, to help children get ready for the Festival, parents can help them make their lanterns and costumes for the lantern procession and discuss the history and culture of Vietnam. Showing our love for our children and teaching of Vietnam’s love for their children is a wonderful reason to celebrate!

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