Da Nang full of spring atmosphere

A new spring has arrived in every street corner of the central city of Da Nang, with colourful flowers and green leaves bringing gaiety and hope for the new year.

Da Nang selected 2020 as a year for the city to continue enhancing investment attraction, reaching towards successes in investment promotion and creating a driving force for socio-economic development.

During the days ahead of Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival, workers are completing the decorations for spring flower streets to serve people and visitors. People are flocking to flower markets to enjoy and buy flowers of different kinds, including mai (apricot blossom), dao (peach blossom), quat (kumquat), cuc (daisy) and lan (orchids).

In addition, many cultural and arts exchange programmes as well as folk cultural festivals are being held in many schools and universities to help students learn more about the values of the traditional Tet Festival.

Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Da Nang is full of spring atmosphere.
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Every corner of the City is decorated colourfully.
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
The spring flower street
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Flowers bloom in the flower street.
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
The central coastal city is even more beautiful with colourful flowers.
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
The streets are brightened with yellow apricot blossoms.
 
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
A corner of the spring flower market in Da Nang
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Different kinds of flowers bloom in every street
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Visitors walking the flower streets.
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Students are eager to join the folklore festival at Phan Chau Trinh High School.
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Various activities were held at the school.
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Several students from New Zealand learning how to make banh chung (square glutinous cake).
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere
Han River in spring atmosphere
Da Nang full of spring atmosphere

The coastal city extends best wishes on the occasion of Tet Festival.

Nguyen Thi Anh Dao (Nhan Dan)

 
 

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