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Vietnamese students in US celebrate Tet

Nearly 200 Vietnamese students and youths living across the US gathered at a Lunar New Year (Tet) celebration in New York on February 5 evening (or February 6 morning – Vietnam time).

The event was held by the Vietnamese Association of Students in New York after two years of disruption caused by Covid-19 pandemic.

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Vietnamese students in US celebrate Tet.

Participants at the event had a chance to enjoy traditional Vietnamese food, play folk games, exchange books and join a music game show.

On February 4-5, Vietnamese Ambassador to Algeria Nguyen Thanh Vinh visited and offered New Year wishes to overseas Vietnamese and Vietnamese workers in the country.

He affirmed that the Vietnamese Embassy will continue creating favourable conditions for them to stay there or return home as they wish.

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PM orders implementing tasks after Tet
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Tet celebration of H’mong ethnic people in Co Ma
Three months after she arrived in Son La Province to work as Nhan Dan Newspaper’s correspondent in the province, Linh Trang joined a delegation of local leaders to pay a visit to the H’mong ethnic community in Co Ma Commune, Thuan Chau District, ahead of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival. The visit helped her explore the traditional Tet celebration of the H’mong ethnic people.
 
Elegant hobbies during Tet holiday
Contemplating flowers and ornamental trees and admiring paintings are among elegant hobbies during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
 

Source: NDO/VNA

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