Posted September 2013

Children at KU Cabramatta AMEP celebrated the Moon Festival, including creating their very own dragon head.

The children played drums, while the families joined in with a traditional dragon dance.

The Moon Festival is traditionally celebrated by South-East Asian families who gather to admire the full and brightest Moon during this time of the year. Vietnamese families call it ‘TET Trung Thu' and Chinese call it ‘Zhong Qiu Jie' meaning Mid-Autumn-Festival.