Today: 30/01/2023 01:18:41 (GMT+7)

Foreign envoys join lunar New Year experience in Hanoi

Nearly 30 foreign ambassadors and representatives of foreign offices and international organisations in Hanoi on January 23 had a visit to Duong Lam ancient village in the outskirts of Hanoi and a look into activities of the Vietnamese lunar New Year.

The envoys, mostly from key tourism markets of Vietnam and Hanoi, experienced a traditional market space of the most important festival in Vietnam with pavilions offering local specialties and handicraft products. They also joined an event featuring the traditional cultural activities of the occasion.

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Foreign diplomats in "ao dai" (the traditional costume of Vietnam) pose for a photo when visiting Duong Lam village on January 23.

Typical foods of the New Year were also offered to the foreign guests who had a look into traditional customs and practices, as well as trades of the locality.

This year’s annual cultural event was held to popularise the traditional cultural values of the Vietnamese people to foreign friends.

The visit is expected to create a push for the tourism demand among the people of Hanoi and nearby localities.

Bac Giang provincial Standing Vice Secretary presents Tet gifts to workers
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Supporting workers to celebrate Tet
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Vibrant Tet atmosphere in Bac Giang
(BGO) – Amid the fear of Covid-19 pandemic, the market is vibrant with various services for Lunar New Year holiday in Bac Giang province. Many flowers, fruits, ornamental trees and commodities are filled up at the supermarkets and open markets to serve the local demand.  
Bac Giang provincial leader visits and extends Tet greeting to local FDI enterprises
(BGO) – On January 19, the Vice Chairman of Bac Giang provincial People’s Committee (PPC) Phan The Tuan paid a field trip to visit, encourage and extend Tet greeting to some foreign direct investment (FDI) businesses in the province.
Raising specialty animals to celebrate Tet
(BGO) - Grasping the market demand, many farmers in Bac Giang province have bravely raised specialty animals to serve the Lunar New Year (Tet). In the last days of the year, many customers come to farms to make orders, and some products become scarce.

Source: NDO/VNA

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