Hanoi festival introduces typical Belgian culture to Vietnamese people

Sunday, 2018-05-13 10:38:18
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The highlight of the programme was the exciting performance by the Brussels-based Majoretteketet dance group.
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NDO – A series of event in celebration of the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Belgium (1973-2018) were held at the King Ly Thai To monument in Hanoi on May 12.

>>> “A Touch of Belgium” in the heart of Hanoi

Entitled “A Touch of Belgium,” the programme, hosted by the Embassy of Belgium to Vietnam, offered the Vietnamese a sample of the cultural characteristics of the Western European country.

Hanoians and visitors had the opportunity to experience the unique traditional culture of Belgium at the programme.

The highlight of the programme was a performance by the Majoretteketet dance group. Majoretteketet-Bruxelles often perform in public spaces with traditional sticks with lively and optimistic parade music.

Members of the Majoretteketet -Bruxelles dance group received a warm welcome from Hanoians.

Young people and children happily join the programme.

Members of many families enjoyed the exciting activities within the framework of the programme.

Traditional Belgian food stalls attracted the attention of both local and foreign tourists.

The Smurfs, a well-known cartoon character created by the Belgian painter Pierre Culliford, received great sentiment from local children.