The fair will gather many independent enterprises, organisations and chefs specialising in vegetarian dishes and prominent environmental activists from across the country.
The event aims to promote a positive lifestyle that is good for both the environment and promotes a healthy lifestyle, while spreading the message of peace and love.
In addition to pavilions featuring diverse vegan products, visitors can join various interesting and exciting activities, including making vegan banh chung (square glutinous rice cake), coconut jam and peanuts, as well as drawing lacquer paintings, making lanterns for Tet and request calligraphy letters.
The fair will be even more attractive to goers with the addition of fun traditional folk games, such as ca kheo (walking on stilts), bell ringing, shooting magic crossbow and hopscotch jumping.
Notably, talkshows will also be held, providing knowledge of practical methods to protect people’s health and the environment. Leading experts in traditional medicine will answer questions regarding vegan nutrition.
The event is expected to attract more than 20,000 visitors.