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HCM City gears up to welcome the New Year

HCM City gears up to welcome the New Year

VOV.VN - Streets throughout Ho Chi Minh City have been beautifully decorated in the buildup to various countdown parties and firework displays which are set to take place in the southern metropolis on the evening of December 31 in celebration of the New Year.

Cultural activities planned to welcome in the New Year

Cultural activities planned to welcome in the New Year

VOV.VN - A diverse range of cultural activities are set to be launched nationwide as part of plans to celebrate the New Year and welcome in 2020 such as special artistic performances, countdown parties, and firework displays.

Traditional Tet market set to be recreated in Da Nang

Traditional Tet market set to be recreated in Da Nang

VOV.VN - A traditional Tet market showcasing a wide range of cultural features are to be vividly recreated through the "Tet Market 2020" which will be held in the Da Nang Museum from January 11-12, 2020.

Rock Symphony concert to welcome New Year

Rock Symphony concert to welcome New Year

The Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) has announced that 2019 Rock Symphony concert will take place in Ho Chi Minh City on December 27 and 28, promising to bring a special musical event to the public.

HCM City prepares diverse activities to welcome the New Year

HCM City prepares diverse activities to welcome the New Year

VOV.VN - A variety of activities are set to be launched across Ho Chi Minh City as a way of the southern city welcoming the New Year, including special artistic performances, a countdown party, and a spectacular display of fireworks.

Vietnam’s 7th full-moon festival

Vietnam’s 7th full-moon festival

VOV.VN - Vietnamese people call the 7th full moon festival “Vu Lan bao hieu” (Parents' Day) or “Xa toi vong nhan” (Wandering Soul’s Day).

Stick puppetry of the Tay

Stick puppetry of the Tay

VOV.VN - The Tay often stage stick puppetry at their New Year’s celebration and also at the Going to the Field Festival, a custom that has existed for more than 200 years.