Tet traditions honour Kitchen Gods Culture - Sports

Tet traditions honour Kitchen Gods

For most Vietnamese, Tet (Lunar New Year) festival has actually begun with the “Ong Cong - Ong Tao” (Land Genie and Kitchen Gods) ceremony on the 23rd of the last month of the lunar year, which falls on January 28 this year.
Almost 375,000 tourists visit Hanoi during Tet holidays Travel

Almost 375,000 tourists visit Hanoi during Tet holidays

The number of international tourists to the capital city of Hanoi are estimated to rise by 30 percent to 125,000 people during the week-long Tet (Vietnamese New Year) festival, according to the municipal Department of Tourism.
West Lake’s famed peach blossoms on the move Society

West Lake’s famed peach blossoms on the move

Nhat Tan peach blossoms, once the pride of Hanoi’s West Lake, are now blooming vigorously in Lam Ha district in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong where hundreds of people moved from the capital.
Tet traditions honour Kitchen Gods Culture - Sports

Tet traditions honour Kitchen Gods

For most Vietnamese, Tet (Lunar New Year) festival has actually begun with the “Ong Cong - Ong Tao” (Land Genie and Kitchen Gods) ceremony on the 23rd of the last month of the lunar year, which falls on February 8 this year.
NA, VFF leaders present Tet gifts to needy people Society

NA, VFF leaders present Tet gifts to needy people

National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan presented gifts to children with cancer under treatment at the National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion in Hanoi on February 5 as Tet (traditional Vietnamese New Year) holiday is approaching.
Metropole recreates Hanoian old market Culture - Sports

Metropole recreates Hanoian old market

In the days leading up to Tet, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi will host an open-air bazaar featuring more than a dozen stalls selling gourmet foods and beverages, designer clothing and handmade gifts.
Tet traditions honour Kitchen Gods Culture - Sports

Tet traditions honour Kitchen Gods

For most Vietnamese, Tet (Lunar New Year festival) has actually begun with the “Ong Cong - Ong Tao” (Land Genie and Kitchen Gods) ceremony on the 23rd of the last month of the lunar year, which falls on January 20 this year.