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The Lunar New Year, known throughout the nation as Tet, is of great importance to both Vietnamese people and citizens of other Asian countries, with the first day of Tet usually being for family gatherings and the worshipping of ancestors.

Vietnamese Tet in the old days

Memory about Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, during the old days, particularly in the subsidy period hasn’t faded from Vietnamese hearts. 

International friends enjoy Vietnamese Tet experience

For Vietnamese people, Tet (Lunar New Year) festival is the most significant holiday of the year. Tet with traditional practices and interesting activities attracts huge attention of foreign friends.

Sublime offerings for heaven and earth

VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam’s biggest, most important traditional festival, Tet, is a time of renewal, a time to welcome Spring, a time to thank Gods and ancestors and pray for their blessings. Special dishes are made to offer the Gods

Vietnamese Tet at Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

 VietNamNet Bridge – Folk games such as bamboo dance, tug of war, mud banger, and stilt walking, were recreated in a program called “Discovering Vietnamese Tet” at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology on January 30.

Photos: How Vietnamese celebrated Tet in the old days

An exhibition recounting a traditional Tet celebration of Vietnamese people in the old days opened at Thang Long Royal Citadel in Hanoi on January 29 as an event to greet the Lunar New Year 2016.

Vietnam may lack flowers, fruits for Tet due to strange weather

 Gardeners in the Mekong Delta region who cultivate unique fruits and flowers in preparation for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) are suffering from low productivity due to unusual weather conditions.

Foreigners’ feelings about Vietnamese Tet

 The Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival is a special opportunity for foreigners living, working or just travelling in Vietnam to get a better understanding of the country’s rich cultural history and traditions.

The Vietnamese Tet of foreign football players

VietNamNet Bridge - They are football players and football coaches who married Vietnamese women and live in Vietnam.

Vietnamese community in London preserve the mother tongue

VietNamNet Bridge – Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in London have struggled to retain their mother tongue as their children and grandchildren attend English speaking schools— but one school is redressing the imbalance.