The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Mooncake Festival, is a national holiday that takes place every year on the 15th day of the 8th month according to the Lunar Calendar. This is one of the most important festivals in Vietnam, and it is celebrated differently in each region but typically, the celebration calls for snacking on mooncakes, carrying or hanging up lanterns, and watching Chinese dragon dances.
When it comes to celebrations, nobody does it better than TRG Family, and this year's Fullmoon Party was no exception.
The office was decorated with colourful lanterns. Our HR department held a party on TRG's rooftop for everybody to share the joy of the mid-autumn festival, and no event is fun without games and (moon)cakes. The atmosphere was festive and cheerful for the rest of the day.
The Moon Lady, the Moon Boy and the Jade Rabbit delivered mooncakes to colleagues in different departments. Everyone was happy to receive such meaningful gifts.
The party was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the beautiful Vietnamese culture with all colleagues in TRG. Apart from the celebration of a traditional festival, the party also enhanced the communication between all staffs from different departments. We hope to make every staff see TRG as their second family where they can feel the warmth, care and find a sense of belonging.
We wish everyone a Happy Mid-autumn Festival! We are already looking forward to next year’s celebration!
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