Đoạn văn tiếng Anh chủ đề Tết trung thu

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Bài 1:
Vietnam is the country with many beautiful festivals. There are hundreds of festivals each year.
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 festival dates back to the Rice Civilization of the Red River delta, over 4,000
years ago. It is fantastic and charming with its history. It is held on the 15th day on the 8thlunar
month (often in late September or early October) in the middle of autumn and it is celebrated for a
whole day. 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.
All of them are designed with fun symbols, for example: dog, cat, mouse …
Moon cakes are the specific cakes and are only on this festival. Moon cake, which is made from
flavour, meat, egg, dried fruit, pumpkin’s seed, peanut, is so sweet and good tasting. Everyone
sounds How delicious Moon cakes are!” after tasting them and can’t say no with them. Moon
cakes symbolise Luck, Happiness, Health and Wealth on the Mid-Autumn day.
Besides that, the children are provided with many nice lanterns star lanterns, flower lanterns and
diverse funny masks such as clown mask, lion mask, prince or princess mask for the special
performance in the evening of the full moon. Everywhere is fallen in the active and colourful air.
The main point of the Mid-Autumn is that 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.
The Mid-Autumn celebration is an opportunity for members of the family to visit together and
share together everything in their year. The young generation express their gratitude to the old
generation. The parents show their love for their children. Because the autumn is the time of the
beginning of the new school year, so the adults and parents give gifts to the children. And the
teenagers receive a lot of presents with many good luck wishes before the hard school time. The
symbol PhD which is made from paper represents good wishes for success to pupils. For others,
because the traditional time to have this festival is usually after harvesting the crops, it is as the
congratulation for the full harvest.
Ngun: http://www.accent.ac.nz/elto/articles/mid-autumn-festival-vietnam
Bài 2:
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
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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!
Bài 3:
Traditional festivals and celebrations always play a significant role in Vietnamese culture. Besides
Tet festival, the biggest and the most important celebration for Vietnamese people, the
Mid-Autumn Festival, or also known as the Moon Festival or the Children’s Festival, is also a
special time in the year. It’s usually held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Vietnamese
lunar calendar.
This special celebration is mostly embraced by children as they will have an opportunity to dress
in beautiful clothes with attractive and colorful lanterns of various sizes, shapes and designs in
their hands, ready for a grand procession around their neighborhood. Traditionally, lanterns
signify the wish for the light and warmth. The adults also feel extremely happy as they see the
radiant look on their little angels’ faces in the parades.
However, the Mid-Autumn Festival is more like an occasion for outdoor reunions among friends
and relatives to eat mooncakes and watch the moon, a symbol of harmony and unity. This is also a
special time for the traditional values and precious memories and life stories to be shared and
handed/ passed down from generation to generation. Performances of dragon and lion dances are
also a familiar sight on the streets when the moon is full.
I really enjoy this traditional festival as this is the chance for me as well as other adults to relive
our treasured childhood and a great occasion to strengthen our family ties and help the younger
people to better cherish the important cultural values.
Ngun: www.arrowenglish.edu.vn
Bài 4:
The Mid-Autumn festival dates back to the Rice Civilization of the Red River delta, over 4,000
years ago. It is held on the 15th day on the 8th lunar month (often in late September or early
October) in the middle of autumn and it is celebrated for a whole day. Besides the Tet Holiday,
Mid-Autumn festival is one of the most famous festivals and it is a traditional celebration for
Vietnamese children.
Children are provided with many nice lanterns star lanterns, flower lanterns and diverse funny
masks for special performance in the evening of the full moon. Everywhere is fallen in the active
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and colorful air. The main point of the Mid-Autumn is that children use the beautiful lanterns,
wear funny masks, perform fantastic lion dances and sing folklore songs in the house’s grounds or
on the streets when the moon is rising.
Moon cakes are the specific cakes and are only on this festival. Moon cakes, which are made from
flavor, meat, egg, dried fruit, pumpkin’s seed, peanut, are so sweet and good tasting. Moon cakes
symbolize Luck, Happiness, Health and Wealth on the Mid-Autumn day.
Apart from moon cakes and lanterns, the other most visible tradition related to Mid-Autumn
festival is the lion dance. On the nights leading up to the holiday, groups of children parade
through the streets some of the children maintain a martial beat on drums, while others control
an extravagantly decorated ‘lion’ crafted from molds and paper.
The children approach homes and businesses and ask the owners for their permission to perform.
If they agree, the children put on a show that is believed to bring a blessing of luck and fortune.
Afterwards the host gives the children lucky money as a sign of gratitude.
Mid-Autumn celebration is also an opportunity for members of the family to get together and
share everything in their year. The young generation express their gratitude to the old generation.
The parents show their love for their children. For others, because the traditional time to have this
festival is usually after harvesting the crops, it is as the congratulation for the full harvest.
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