The Embassy of Vietnam in Russia on January 23 held a celebration of the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) for its staff and overseas Vietnamese who are living, working and studying in Moscow and other Russian localities.
The Canada-Vietnam Society (CVS), which gathers Vietnamese expats living in Canada, held a get-together in Toronto on January 18 to celebrate Tet, Vietnam’s traditional New Year, which is less than a week away.
Vietnamese embassies celebrated the upcoming Lunar New Year festival on January 15.
Vietnamese communities in many countries are celebrating the traditional New Year (Tet) on lunar calendar, which falls on January 25 this year, with various activities.
Overseas Vietnamese in the US, Australia and Thailand have organised a wide range of activities to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh City on April 30 hosted meetings and art programs to mark the 43rd anniversary of the liberation of southern Vietnam and national reunification.
VOV.VN - The traditional Lunar New Year festival (Tet) is the biggest festival in Vietnam. It’s awaited by all Vietnamese people and also foreigners who live here. VOV has a story about how foreign expats celebrate Tet in Vietnam.
The National Committee on Persons with Disabilities and the Vietnam Blind Association (VBA) hosted a ceremony in Hanoi on December 1 to celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities (December 3).
(VOV) - A wide range of activities will be organised across Vietnam to celebrate International Children’s Day (June 1).
(VOV) - The number of tourists staying in Danang for Lunar New Year (Tet) celebrations is estimated at 143,199, up 10.4 percent against last year.
(VOV) - Hanoi’s Old Quarter management board launched cultural activities at four heritage sites on December 27, beginning the lead-up to welcoming New Year 2013.
Ethnic Cham Bani people living in the central province of Binh Thuan are celebrating their new year with the traditional Ramuwan festival, which started on July 18.
The second International Women’s Cycling Race (Biwase Cup 2012) kicked off in southern Binh Duong province on March 8.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Berlin on January 15 held a get-together for more than 400 overseas Vietnamese in Germany at Viethaus to welcome the Lunar New Year of the Dragon.
A statue of legendary hero Thanh Giong (Saint Giong) was inaugurated at Da Chong Mountain in Hanoi’s suburban district of Soc Son on October 5.
The Group of African Ambassadors hosted a banquet in Hanoi on May 26 to celebrate the 47th anniversary of African Day (May 25), marking the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) (now the African Union).
The Vietnamese Embassy in Japan held a get-together on February 10 to celebrate Tet.
The General Department of Sports and Physical Training has planned at least six major sports events this year in the lead-up to the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.