Overseas Vietnamese in France, Germany celebrate Tet Society

Overseas Vietnamese in France, Germany celebrate Tet

Overseas Vietnamese in France and Germany have celebrated the Lunar New Year festival (Tet) – the longest and biggest traditional event back in their home country – with a series of enticing cultural and musical activities.
Vietnamese celebrate Tet overseas Society

Vietnamese celebrate Tet overseas

The Vietnamese community in the Republic of Korea (RoK), Belgium, and Germany has been enabled to mark the biggest and long annual traditional event of their homeland – the Lunar New Year festival (Tet) – via associated visits and gatherings over the past few days.
Overseas Vietnamese spread Tet fine traditions Culture - Sports

Overseas Vietnamese spread Tet fine traditions

Seeking calligraphy works of lucky words is among the elegant hobbies of Vietnamese people during the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday and an overseas Vietnamese calligrapher in Australia has been popularising the practice among international friends and Vietnamese youth who were born and grew up overseas.
Taking Vietnamese agricultural products to overseas Vietnamese in the UK Videos

Taking Vietnamese agricultural products to overseas Vietnamese in the UK

In the final days of this lunar year, overseas Vietnamese in the UK are also busy shopping for Tet. The good news is that Vietnamese in the UK as well as British consumers are able to buy typical items for a traditional Tet and experience the atmosphere of preparing for the lunar new year.
Overseas Vietnamese in Denmark, Germany celebrate Tet Society

Overseas Vietnamese in Denmark, Germany celebrate Tet

The Vietnamese Embassy in Denmark organised a “Xuan Que Huong” (Homeland Spring) programme on January 15 with the participation of more than 200 overseas Vietnamese, representatives of the Denmark-Vietnam Friendship Association and Danish friends as Tet (Lunar New Year), the biggest traditional festival for Vietnamese, is nearing.
State leader attends 2023 Homeland Spring programme Videos

State leader attends 2023 Homeland Spring programme

On January 14 in Hanoi, President Nguyen Xuan Phuc beat the drum to kick off the 2023 “Xuan Que Huong” (Homeland Spring), the biggest annual event for overseas Vietnamese on the occasion of the Lunar New Year festival.
President, overseas Vietnamese offer Lunar New Year incense Videos

President, overseas Vietnamese offer Lunar New Year incense

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and representatives of the overseas Vietnamese attending the Homeland Spring 2023 programme on January 14 offered incense at the Thang Long Royal Citadel in Hanoi, on the occasion of the coming traditional Lunar New Year which will arrive later next week.
PM calls for OV's efforts to bring Vietnam, world closer Society

PM calls for OV's efforts to bring Vietnam, world closer

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on January 14 hosted a reception for a delegation of overseas Vietnamese (OV) who are now in Vietnam for the "Xuan Que huong" (Homeland Spring) 2023, during which he called for their engagement in the Government’s efforts to bring Vietnam closer to the world.
President, overseas Vietnamese offer Lunar New Year incense Society

President, overseas Vietnamese offer Lunar New Year incense

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and representatives of the overseas Vietnamese attending the Homeland Spring 2023 programme on January 14 offered incense at the Thang Long Royal Citadel in Hanoi, on the occasion of the coming traditional Lunar New Year which will arrive later next week.
Resources of Vietnamese at home and abroad propel nation forward Society

Resources of Vietnamese at home and abroad propel nation forward

Millions of overseas Vietnamese (OV) residing in more than 130 countries and territories across the world are an extremely important factor that has contributed to Vietnam’s extensive and intensive international integration, promotion of external cooperation, and mobilisation of international resources serving its cause of national construction and development, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Quang Hieu wrote in his recent article.