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January, 27 2014 16:58:00

Tet is coming

A ceremony was held on Sunday in HCM City to offer traditional Tet cakes to legendary founder kings of the nation, the Hung Kings.
A ceremony was held on Sunday in HCM City to offer traditional Tet cakes to legendary founder kings of the nation, the Hung Kings. - VNA photo Phuong Vy
People select flowers for Tet at occasional markets in Da Nang
People select flowers for Tet at occasional markets in Da Nang - VNA Photo Tran Le Lam
and in HCM City.
and in HCM City. - VNA Photo Phuong Vy
A Vietnamese calligrapher shows the art in a market in Bankstown, Australia.
A Vietnamese calligrapher shows the art in a market in Bankstown, Australia. - VNA Photo
Vietnamese students in Australia join activities to celebrate Tet overseas.
Vietnamese students in Australia join activities to celebrate Tet overseas. - VNA photo
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