Australia’s largest ever Lunar New Year festival begins in Sydney this week.
Ngô Lực, a painter and architect in HCM City, believes it is necessary “to open more art spaces in the city to deepen aesthetic appreciation and creativity among people, especially youth.”
The Nguyễn Huệ ‘Flower Road’ was opened to public in HCM City on Wednesday with thousands of visitors in attendance, welcoming the biggest festival of the year, the Lunar New Year or Tết in Vietnamese.
A programme featuring Vietnamese artists will be broadcast on Lunar New Year's Eve by Việt Nam National Television (VTV).
If you visit or live in Việt Nam anytime between mid-December until late February, you'll find yourself surrounded by the never-ending festive mood.