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.
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.
Last year, Japanese investors poured some US$2.89 billion into 655 projects in Việt Nam, up 1.9 per cent in the number of projects as compared to 2018.
Many hospitals in HCM City are carrying out programmes to help their patients enjoy the Lunar New Year season, or Tết, which falls this year on January 25.
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 Quảng Nam Province’s Đông Giang District Medical Centre was recognised as a Center of Excellence for Breastfeeding in Việt Nam, providing essential newborn care services to rural and ethnic minority families in the South Central Coast region.