VOV.VN - Overseas Vietnamese communities throughout the world organised a wide range of activities to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year, also known as Tet, including in Russia, the Czech Republic, and the United States.
VOV.VN - Tet, Vietnam’s traditional Lunar New Year, completes the cycle of the four seasons – spring, summer, fall, and winter – and begins a new cycle. Welcoming Tet has a long cultural tradition in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - The start of the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet, has seen thousands of people flock to the Phu Tay Ho shrine in Tay Ho district of Hanoi to offer incense and pray for wealth, good health, and success in the future.
The Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic joined various get-togethers across the European country to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
The 2020 Spring Book Street was opened in Hanoi on January 27 as part of the activities to celebrate the 90th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (February 3) and the traditional lunar New Year festival (Tet).
VOV.VN - Tet, Vietnam’s traditional Lunar New Year, has impressed many foreigners who admit that the holiday helps them understand the close bond of family members and the meaning of family get-togethers during the first days of Spring.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is welcoming a new spring and a Lunar New Year 2020. Global uncertainty has deeply impacted many countries, including Vietnam.
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.
There were 21 road traffic accidents on January 25, the first day of the Year of the Rat, leaving 22 dead and 13 others injured.
VOV.VN - Located in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue, Hue is currently bustling with heavy flower markets that have been set up to celebrate the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet.
VOV.VN - The Lunar New Year, known throughout the nation as Tet, is of great importance to both Vietnamese people and citizens of other Asian countries, with the first day of Tet usually being for family gatherings and the worshipping of ancestors.
VOV.VN - Unlike ordinary days, Hanoi turns tranquil on the first day of the lunar Year of Rat.
The first foreign visitors of the traditional Lunar New Year arrived in Ha Long city in the northeastern province of Quang Ninh on January 25.
With its unique fragrance and sweetness, Dien pomelo, grown in Phu Dien ward, Bac Tu Liem district, Hanoi, is a precious gift for the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
Candied coconut ribbons, which are made from coconut meat, sugar, and milk, becomes a snack favoured by many Vietnamese, especially during Tet holidays.
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.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese people often go on a pilgrimage at the beginning of each Lunar New Year to pray for good health, good luck, prosperity, and happiness in the new year ahead.
VOV.VN - An array of unique mice-shaped items have gone on sale ahead of the Lunar Year of the Rat, attracting plenty of customers who are keen to purchase them.
VOV.VN - Several giant mice made out of foam have attracted the attention of both residents and tourists in Ho Chi Minh City, with the item quickly becoming a popular decoration for the homes of local people in the buildup to the start of the Lunar Year of the Rat.
VOV.VN - As one of Hanoi’s most prestigious traditional handicraft communities, Bat Trang Ceramic Village in Hanoi has long been a popular destination among tourists as the area provides an ideal shopping location ahead of the upcoming Tet holiday.