Vietnamese women participate in charity bazaar in Japan

Thursday, 11/05/2023 15:43
The women’s association of the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan attended the 45th charity fair held by the Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) in Tokyo, Japan, on May 10.
Vietnamese booth at charity bazaar attracts visitors. (Photo: VNA) 

The bazaar is one of the ALFS’ biggest annual activities to raise funds in support of women and children, and help ALFS member countries to overcome natural disaster consequences.

The event was attended by Her Imperial Highness Princess Hitachi and Yuko Kishida, wife of Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, along with high-ranking Japanese officials.

At the event, 19 booths of participating countries displayed handicrafts and traditional cuisines.

The Vietnamese Embassy introduced silk, embroidery artworks, and food delicacies to visitors.

The charity fair is one of the important events that contributes to promoting understanding, people-to-people exchanges, and promoting the image of the country and people of Vietnam.

The ALFS now have nearly 400 members, mostly made up of female ambassadors and staff of the 26 embassies of Asia-Pacific states in Tokyo, as well as wives of various politicians and business leaders./.

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