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Saigonese busily prepare for Lunar New Year 2022

As the Covid-19 outbreak has been controlled in HCM City, local people are now preparing for the 2022 Lunar New Year (Tet).

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

At the HCM City Youth Cultural House, workers are preparing artificial yellow apricot branches to decorate streets during the upcoming Lunar New Year, which will fall in late January – early February.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

The HCM City Youth Cultural House is a popular destination for Saigonese every Tet.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

The gate at a bank on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, District 1 is decorated with parallel sentences, apricot branches, chrysanthemums, and banh chung (square glutinous rice cake).

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

Tet atmosphere is everywhere.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

Red peach blossoms on the streets of Saigon.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

A shopping center on Pasteur Street, District 1.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

The epidemic has been gradually put under control. Many people prayed in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral on January 12.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

Young people enjoy coffee in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral, District 1.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

A woman walks in the 30/4 Park.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

A man in District 3 takes care of the birds, cleans the house to welcome the new year.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

People walk on Nguyen Hue Street, District 1.

Sài Gòn 'vùng xanh' rộn ràng sắc xuân đón năm mới

Many young people gather on Nguyen Hue pedestrian street.

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2022 Lunar New Year holiday to last for five days

2022 Lunar New Year holiday to last for five days

The 2022 Lunar New Year holiday will last from January 31 through February 4, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has agreed.

 

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