Nearly 2,200 cases of road traffic violations were booked nationwide on Tuesday
Despite living away from home, many still keep old traditions alive
Customarily families brighten their homes florally during the Lunar New Year
In a traditional narrative, the gods report household situations to the heavenly king
The event features a floral garden and evokes a scene of the quaint countryside
Increasing demand for exotic products is a highlight of the coming Tet celebrations
A large number of workers have been on the hunt for jobs following Tet (Lunar New Year), with their fingers crossed that their new jobs will fare better than those of last year
The 2015 Tet (Lunar New Year) book street, one of Ho Chi Minh City’s cultural icons, generated almost US$210,000 in turnover, which is an unexpected increase in comparison with last year.
A Viet Kieu (expat Vietnamese) director, whose thrillers have topped the local box office in the past few years, always makes sure his films are depicted with his home country’s language, settings and storylines
Astonishing “hoa dao” (Cherry blossoms,) one of Vietnam’s commonest floral adornments during Tet (Lunar New Year,) have bewitched natives and tourists alike in Hanoi’s Old Quarter and Ho Chi Minh City’s downtown park.
- In Ho Chi Minh City, more and more young people fond of billiards despite prejudice
- 11 students in Hanoi suffer fatigue after eating ‘exotic’ candy
- Ban Co area in Ho Chi Minh City proposed to become backpacker area
- Over 39 nations to join Vietnam’s rice festival
- In Vietnam, restaurant returns mistakenly transferred money