Vietnamese celebrate the Tết Trung Thu Festival (Mid-Autumn Festival) in September or in early October. It is also known as the Children’s Festival.
Does Vietnam have Thanksgiving?
The most important holiday celebrated in Vietnam, and indeed by Vietnamese people worldwide, is Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. Tet is commonly described as Christmas, Thanksgiving and your birthday all celebrated at once. The second most celebrated Vietnamese holiday is the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Do Native Americans celebrate Thanksgiving?
The so-called first Thanksgiving has been celebrated and taught to schoolchildren as the origin story of what would later become the United States. But many Native Americans say Thanksgiving Day is a reminder of the slaughter of millions of Indigenous people and the theft of their lands by outsiders.
Does Korea celebrate Thanksgiving?
Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving Day, is one of the biggest and most important holidays in Korea. Family members from near and far come together to share food and stories and to give thanks to their ancestors. In 2020, the day of Chuseok falls on October 1.