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Tet a special time for foreigners too

Tet a special time for foreigners too

VOV.VN -More and more foreigners are currently choosing Vietnam as an ideal place to live and work and especially, the Lunar New Year Festival (Tet) is a special opportunity for them to gain a deeper understanding of the country’s fine customs and traditions.

People earn their living on New Year’s Eve

People earn their living on New Year’s Eve

VOV.VN - Many people in the capital city of Hanoi spent the night enjoying New Year celebrations, but there were still those hard at work on New Year’s Eve to earn their living.

Vietnamese welcome Lunar New Year

Vietnamese welcome Lunar New Year

VOV.VN - Vietnamese people are celebrating Tet or the traditional Lunar New Year Festival which begins on January 28 with art performances at public places on the New Year’s Eve.

New Year’s Eve of a Vietnamese family

New Year’s Eve of a Vietnamese family

VOV.VN - New Year’s Eve is so meaningful to the Vietnamese that no matter where they are, whatever job they do, they try to be available at the family feast on the threshold of Tet or Lunar New Year.

Meaning of New Year’s Eve in Vietnamese belief

Meaning of New Year’s Eve in Vietnamese belief

VOV.VN - Tet, the Lunar New Year festival, is the most important holiday in Vietnam. As people believe Tet refreshes everything in their lives, they treasure the tradition of seeing off the old year and welcoming the new year.

Unilever promises glam ‘countdown’ in HCMC

Unilever promises glam ‘countdown’ in HCMC

(VOV) - Multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Thu Minh will headline a star-studded countdown show in Ho Chi Minh City on New Year’s Eve to usher in 2016, the show’s sponsor Unilever has announced.

Hmong ethnic Tet customs

Hmong ethnic Tet customs

(VOV) - The Hmong are one of the largest ethnic minorities (roughly 900,000 people) in Vietnam and are principally concentrated in the mountainous areas of the northern part of the country.