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VOV.VN - The Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet, provides the opportunity for families to gather together and enjoy traditional delicacies with several dishes in northern regions being indispensable for the festive period.
VOV.VN - Memory about Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, during the old days, particularly in the subsidy period hasn’t faded from Vietnamese hearts. Let’s take a peek into the past to see what the cherished tradition looked like back then.
Tet is a magic time when ancient customs and beliefs live on.
The festival which best epitomises Vietnam's cultural identity is the Lunar New Year or Tet, with a lot of meaningful customs and traditional special foods.
VOV.VN - A restaurant located on Ngoc Khanh street in Ba Dinh district of Hanoi has launched a type of Banh Chung, a square glutinous rice cake, that uses salmon rather than pork, to mark the upcoming Lunar New Year or Tet.
VOV.VN - One of the most indispensable parts of Tet in Vietnam is the local delicacy Banh Chung, a type of square glutinous rice cake, which wafts smells of green rice and yellow mung beans into the air in major cities such as Hanoi.
VOV.VN - An array of Tet gifts such as apricots, kumquat trees, sticky rice, and la dong, also known as dong leaves, are among the presents being brought to soldiers who are currently serving a tour of duty at sea by a delegation sent from the mainland.
VOV.VN - Both local people and tourists enjoyed participating in the Vietnamese Tet Festival 2020 in Ho Chi Minh City between January 3 and 5 as the anticipation for the Lunar New Year builds.
VOV.VN - Le Van Tam Park in Ho Chi Minh City will host the inaugural Tet Festival 2020 between January 3 and 5.
On the occasion of Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, which will fall on January 25, businesses in HCM City will provide consumers with many specialty products such as herbal chicken, herbal pork, and Banh Chung cake with multiple fillers.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Stamps Company is poised to issue a set of stamps based around the theme of the Lunar New Year from December 8, with a particular focus on the upcoming Year of the Rat.
With Google featuring Vietnamese historical and cultural symbols several times on its homepage, these have reached a global audience.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese community within the United States, just like their compatriots throughout the world, are eager to welcome in the Vietnamese traditional Lunar New Year.
Some inmates of a leprosy center suffer an added dimension to their disease – chronic loneliness – and it intensifies during Tet.
At Lunar New Year (Tet) festival, each ethnic group in Vietnam has its own culinary specialties that reflect the culture of their people and are used as offerings to worship their ancestors.
VOV.VN - As Lunar New Year festival (Tet) draws near, Banh Chung (square glutinous rice cake) are sold well in the domestic market at between VND20,000 and VND65,000 each.
VOV.VN - A Tet cultural space was set up in Dien Tho palace on the site of Hue’s ancient citadel on January 29, attracting many local and foreign tourists.
VOV.VN - A fair that has recreated an old Tet cultural space featuring traditional products has gone on display in Hanoi on January 26, attracting a large number of visitors.
In celebration of the Lunar New Year (Tet), the Danang Museum will organize a Tet market session in its garden on January 26, offering visitors, especially foreigners and children, a chance to gain hands-on experience in a traditional wet market in the context of Tet.