Crafting memories to last a lifetime

By LI YINGXUE | China Daily | Updated: 2023-10-03 09:15
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Athletes, officials and media from various countries and regions enjoy elements of traditional Chinese culture, such as silk embroidery, tasting different varieties of mooncakes, musical performances with traditional instruments, exchanging pins featuring cultural elements of the Asiad's host cities, calligraphy painting, lantern making and paper cutting. [Photo provided to China Daily]

To celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, in the village's dining halls, a variety of mooncakes of different flavors and shapes are provided for athletes, team officials, technical officials and media to enjoy.

Inside the athletes' canteen, a special "Mid-Autumn Corridor" has been thoughtfully arranged.

There are displays of traditional Chinese culture, traditional musical performances and lantern riddles, creating a festive atmosphere.

Quoc Bao Truong, a tennis coach from Vietnam, learned how to make a print mark of the Chinese character for the Asian Games, yayunhui, applied to a paper fan.

He said that he also buys mooncakes and sends them to friends during the Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam, so he was interested to see how Chinese people celebrate the festival.

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