VOV.VN - Here’s a brief insight into a number of successful local businessmen and businesswomen who were born in 1960, the Year of the Rat.
VOV.VN - The tradition of giving “Li xi”, known in English as “lucky money”, in envelopes is one of the most anticipated Tet customs, especially among children. Let’s take a look at some of the creative envelope styles on offer ahead of the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet:
VOV.VN - Here’s a brief look at a number of talented Vietnamese footballers who were born in the Year of the Rat back in 1996.
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.
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.
VOV.VN - Many supermarkets throughout Hanoi have become packed with customers seeking to purchase last minute items as they make final preparations for their Lunar New Year celebrations.
VOV.VN - In his role as the head coach of the Vietnamese national men’s football team, Park Hang-seo has sent Tet greetings to Vietnamese football fans in both Vietnamese and Korean as the Lunar Year of the Rat draws near.
VOV.VN - Various Vietnamese communities in Indonesia, the Czech Republic, and Mozambique have taken part in a wide range of activities as they celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year, also known as Tet.
VOV.VN - An exhibition showcasing a wide range of paintings and mice-shaped ceramic products is set to open on 23 Ngo Van So street in Hanoi on January 15 in celebration of the upcoming Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet.
VOV.VN - An exhibition featuring an array of paintings and mice-shaped ceramic products opened on 46 Tran Hung Dao street in Hanoi on January 6 in order to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet.
Farmers in the Mekong Delta are growing new flower and plant varieties such as five-fruit trees and rat-shaped plants for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) festival, which falls on January 25 (Year of the Rat).
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Stamps Company is poised to issue a set of stamps based around the theme of the Lunar New Year from December 8, with a particular focus on the upcoming Year of the Rat.