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Tet of the San Diu ethnic minority group

22:06 | 24/01/2020

The San Diu ethnic minority group, who live in northern mountainous areas with a population of nearly 147,000, celebrate quite a lot of festivals the most important of which is Tet, the lunar New Year festival.

Book street festival opens in HCM City

08:49 | 23/01/2020

More than 60,000 book titles, along with various valuable photos and documents are being introduced at a book street festival that kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on January 22.

Many cultural, sport events to take place on Lunar New Year, Culture and Tourism Week

20:59 | 22/01/2020

(BGO)- To celebrate the New Year of the Rat and respond to the Bac Giang 2020 Culture and Tourism Week, a number of cultural and sport events will take place in the districts and Bac Giang city.

Vietnamese artists gather for New Year's Eve performance

15:48 | 22/01/2020

A programme featuring Vietnamese artists will be broadcast on Lunar New Year's Eve by Vietnam Television (VTV).

27 more national treasures recognised

11:01 | 22/01/2020

The Prime Minister has signed decisions to recognise 27 more national treasures dating back to the second and third century B.C at the earliest.

Largest-ever Lunar New Year festival to be held in Sydney

10:59 | 22/01/2020

The largest ever Lunar New Year festival will be held in Sydney city, New South Wales state of Australia, from January 25 to February 11, with exciting music performances and fairs planned for most popular tourist attractions and well-known squares.

Thousands of students experience traditional Tet

16:35 | 21/01/2020

(BGO) - Aiming to help students understand more about the Vietnamese traditional New Year festival (or Tet), a number of youth unions, associations and schools have organised many activities to experience tradition of Tet like making Banh chung (square glutinous rice cake), arranging Tet dishes table and five-fruit tray.

Exhibition presents artworks inspired by rats

12:17 | 21/01/2020

An exhibition featuring artworks inspired by rats has opened in Hanoi to celebrate the Lunar New Year – the Year of the Rat, gathering artists from the G39 group.