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People celebrate New Year in Vietnam

Monday, January 05, 2015, 10:02 GMT+7
A spectacular fireworks show, with materials and technology imported from France, was organized at the Bitexco Financial Tower, Ho Chi Minh City’s current tallest skyscraper, in the downtown area on New Year’s Eve.
A spectacular fireworks show, with materials and technology imported from France, was organized at the Bitexco Financial Tower, Ho Chi Minh City’s current tallest skyscraper, in the downtown area on New Year’s Eve.
A foreign couple are shown exchanging a passionate traditional New Year kiss.
A foreign couple are shown exchanging a passionate traditional New Year kiss.
A foreigner is seen sending her New Year wishes in a lighted flower-shaped lantern.
A foreigner is seen sending her New Year wishes in a lighted flower-shaped lantern.
Ho Chi Minh City sparkles on New Year’s Eve.
Ho Chi Minh City sparkles on New Year’s Eve.
Apart from the hundreds of thousands of spectators who flocked to the streets and bridges in Ho Chi Minh City on New Year’s Eve, a number of local residents and tourists chose to watch the gorgeous fireworks shows on speedboats.
Apart from the hundreds of thousands of spectators who flocked to the streets and bridges in Ho Chi Minh City on New Year’s Eve, a number of local residents and tourists chose to watch the gorgeous fireworks shows on speedboats.
The Han River Bridge, one of Da Nang City's icons, glitters on New Year's Eve.
The Han River Bridge, one of Da Nang City's icons, glitters on New Year's Eve.
The countdown moment in Hanoi
The countdown moment in Hanoi
Two members of the Trai Tim Viet (Vietnamese Hearts) Club in northern Vietnam's Hai Phong City are pictured gifting milk and warm clothing to a homeless man on New Year's Eve.
Two members of the Trai Tim Viet (Vietnamese Hearts) Club in northern Vietnam's Hai Phong City are pictured gifting milk and warm clothing to a homeless man on New Year's Eve.

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