Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as Moon Festival, is a traditional festival celebrated across many Asian countries. The date of celebration falls on the 15th day of the eighth month based on lunar calendar, as known as a full moon day.
In Vietnam, it is regarded as a children’s holiday as well. On the night of the Mid-Autumn Festival, they parade through the streets with illuminated lanterns in different colors and shapes. The moon coming in the roundest and brightest represents for a reunion. Therefore, this day is also an occasion for a family gathering.
Concept: The mooncake set by Bracom, featuring the enchanting image of the moon, is highly believed to be a valuable present to show our appreciation toward friends and clients for their productive cooperation. The visualization of the autumn moon rising over a tranquil lake reminds us of putting aside the hectic life to enjoy the allure of nature for the present.
Empty boxes are normally disregarded when all the mooncakes are taken out but we wish to reuse them for even more amazing ideas. Guess what else we can do with them? Lanterns? Let's see how we transfer this box into something very fun for kids. We invite you to join with us on this wonderful journey to childhood.