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This year, many children are not allowed to carry lanterns and go out to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival due to the outbreak of COVID-19. 

Children keep ducklings as pets during social distancing

Many children have kept ducks as pets to play with during social distancing.

 

Traditional fabric creates environmentally-friendly toys

A studio located in a small lane on Thuy Khue Street, Hanoi, is making eco-friendly toys from environmentally-friendly material – hemp.

Bus full of plush toys stands out in Saigon

Bus 146 adorned with cute stuffed animals has lightened passengers' moods for over the past year in Saigon.

Woodwork wizard creates the ultimate toys

You would be hard-pressed to find an adolescent schoolboy anywhere in the world who doesn’t love fast cars.

Hanoi street coloured with lanterns ahead Mid-Autumn Festival

Phung Hung Street in Hanoi has been decorated with hundreds of colourful lanterns as the Full-moon Festival nears.

Products for children and mothers a hot market

VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese market of products and services for children is valued at $2.5 billion, according to FTA, a market analysis firm.

Shoddy toys threaten children's lives

 VietNamNet Bridge – Local government agencies throughout the country have warned parents to pay close attention to the quality of toys they purchase to help prevent children from playing with dangerous things.

Goods and services for children – the $5bil. market

 VietNamNet Bridge – The market of goods and services for children is really a big cake for every enterprise, which is worth $5 billion. But it has not fully exploited by domestic enterprises.