Moon Festival is very popular in many Asian countries, including Viet Nam. It is held in autumn. It is a seasonal festival. Traditionally, it was held to celebrate the summer harvest.
Nowadays, it is the time for families to light lanterns and enjoys a special type of food. The food is called Moon Cake because it is round, like the moon. In Viet Nam, most families buy Moon Cakes from shops, while some other families make the cakes by themselves. People often eat Moon Cakes with fruits or tea.
During the festival, people can also watch the Lion Dances by the performers on the streets. Children like the Moon Festival because their parents usually buy them beautiful lanterns.