Dance for a stronger Vietnam hinh anh 1Miss Vietnam 2016 My Linh dances with students (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – A programme titled “Dance! For a stronger Vietnam” took place in Hanoi on October 30 to respond to the “Dance for Kindness” event in celebration of the World Kindness Day 2016 (November 13).

The programme, featuring fleezemobs and flashmobs, aimed to create a healthy playground for young people, thus encouraging them to join hands in building a stronger Vietnam.

It also called on the whole community, especially students, to take responsibility for the environment and awoke the kindness in each individual by daily practical actions such as cleaning the environment and presenting gifts to the homeless and disabled.

Do Duc Duan, head of the “Dance for Kindness” Organising Board, said through freezemobs and flashmobs by beauty queens and students, the programme connects young people in spreading the message of the kindness.

During the annual “Dance for Kindness”, groups from across the globe join together to perform a Freezemob/Flashmob to the same song and the same dance on the same day.

Last year’s event took place in 93 locations in 48 countries, attracting about 12,000 participants.-VNA