Thăng Long Royal Citadel will be decorated brilliantly to celebrate Tết (Lunar New Year) with flowers, lanterns, conical hats and calligraphic works as a spring festival will run from today until February 2.
Shopping at supermarkets and traditional markets for Tết (the Lunar New Year) has increased significantly in HCM City in recent days, and is expected to keep rising ahead of the festival, which begins on January 24.
Although overseas Vietnamese labourers don't have many days off during the traditional Vietnamese new year holiday, they have their own ways to celebrate Tết.
Friendship and co-operation had been the main theme of Việt Nam-China relations over the past seven decades, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Phạm Bình Minh said in an article to mark the 70th anniversary of Việt Nam-China diplomatic ties.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Việt Nam and President Nguyễn Phú Trọng shares his thoughts with the Vietnam News Agency on the efforts the Party and Vietnamese people have made to bring the country to where it is today.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyễn Phú Trọng talked on the phone with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Thursday about the upcoming Lunar New Year festival and the 70th anniversary of Việt Nam-China diplomatic ties.
As the most important festival in Vietnamese culture, Tết (Lunar) New Year retains many traditions that have been passed down for generations, one of which is the rituals performed on Kitchen Gods’ Day.
The annual Phú Mỹ Hưng spring flower festival 2020 will open in Phú Mỹ Hưng City Centre in HCM City's District 7 this Saturday.