VOV.VN - An annual cultural program called “Spring colors across Vietnam” has been recently organized in Vietnam’s National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hanoi. The program honors Vietnam’s diverse ethnic cultures while contributing to unifying the country’s 54 ethnic groups.
VOV.VN - More than 47,400 people, including 17,000 foreigners, paid tribute to President Ho Chi Minh at his mausoleum in Hanoi during the Lunar New Year holidays over the past 12 days.
VOV.VN - Spring is the season of festivals across Vietnam. For ethnic groups in mountain regions, spring festivals are opportunities to relax and pray for a good new year.
Various annual spring festivals have opened in the northern province of Quang Ninh in response to the National Tourism Year 2018 - Halong - Quang Ninh.
VOV.VN - In Vietnamese belief, the 4 sacred animals - the dragon, the unicorn, the tortoise and the phoenix - symbolize luck and success. A traditional dance choreographed with the moves of these animals has formed an indispensable part of spring festivals in many regions.
With the spring festival season nearly upon us, Vietnam’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has ordered an end to all performances that include either violent or offensive rituals, such as killing animals.
VOV.VN - Spring festivals are being held throughout Vietnam and localities are taking all necessary precautions to ensure security and order.
The National Committee for Traffic Safety and local ministries must take drastic measures to ensure traffic safety and order during spring festivals.
(VOV) - January and February are the most exciting months of the year in Vietnam with a variety of festivals organized throughout the nation on the occasion paying homage to Buddha, ancestors and praying for good fortune.
Tens of thousands of monks, nuns, Buddhist followers and tourists nationwide have flocked to pagodas and Spring festivals at the beginning of the new-year, wishing for peace, good weather, happiness and prosperity for all.