I don’t like anyone from the outside slagging off my city, or its people, but I have no problem doing it myself when it’s deserved.
The Museum of Ethnology will host the spring festival on January 28-29 featuring unique culture from the northern province of Thái Bình including chèo (traditional operetta), dances, games and cuisine.
Beginning the Lunar New Year watching a firework display has become an indispensable activity of many Vietnamese. There will be displays at 30 locations across Hà Nội for the first 15 minutes of the New Year from midnight until 12.15pm on January 25, 2020.
Hà Nội will hold 15-minute firework shows across the capital to welcome Tết, the Lunar New Year festival, in January.
HCM City is hosting a series of cultural activities to celebrate the 74th anniversary of the August Revolution, on August 19, and National Day, on September 2.