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Update news festivals

The notice of temporary suspension of the festival and banning visitors at Huong Son relic (Perfume Pagoda) was issued by My Duc district in Hanoi on January 25.

COVID-19 outbreak forces suspension of Hanoi spring festivals

Many spring festivals in the capital city of Hanoi will be halted for the second straight year due to complicated COVID-19 developments.

COVID-19 forces suspension of Hanoi spring festivals

Many spring festivals in the capital city of Hanoi will be halted as it is applying COVID-19 preventive measures.

Festivals nationwide suspended due to COVID outbreak

Many festive and cultural activities nationwide to celebrate Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday will be suspended due to the rising number of community COVID-19 infections in the past week.

Festivals cancelled, postponed due to coronavirus fears

The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak has announced the cancellation of its biennial coffee festival scheduled for March next year due to the continuing COVID-19 outbreak.

Festive cheer despite virus fear

While many upcoming festivals have been postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak, festive cheer has still been abundant in Vietnam in recent days.

Book fairs, festival reach out to young readers in HCM City

The HCM City Summer Book Fair, which has opened in Hoc Mon District, is one of several reading events being offered during the summer.

 

Love going to festivals? Learn to behave

 VietNamNet Bridge – The first month of the new lunar year is often a time for Vietnamese to visit places of worship in order to wish for good fortune and prosperity.

A musical take on current issues

Vietnamese traditional musical language, xam or busking, has been used for the very first time to communicate social issues in a music video entitled XamTra Da (Iced Tea Busking).

Hmong ethnic Tet customs

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.

Few comprehend value of festivals

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hundreds of festivities and celebrations are held every year in Viet Nam, but few people understand the significance and details of these festivals.

Four festivals in September and October in Hanoi

 If you still think January is the only month of festivals, you’re probably wrong. Never before have September and October been so festive with a series of festivals enough to fill up your bucket list.

Wanted: a street for bookworms

 VietNamNet Bridge – Author Nguyen Van Hoc has suggested that Trang Tien Street in the heart of the capital be developed into a permanent street for book lovers, with areas for discussion, perusing publications and presentations by authors.