Tet brings unforgettable emotions and interesting discoveries to expats who love Vietnamese culture
TAG: Vietnamese Lunar New Year
It took Nguyen Tan Dat about two weeks to craft a clay replica of ‘mứt Tết,’ a collection of traditional sweets enjoyed by Vietnamese people during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday season
‘The Year of the Tiger is here and there’s no better time to channel the bravery of the tiger to get out and make a difference to the world’
Herman made 'a series' of foods to celebrate the Lunar New Year in his kitchen in Quebec, featuring 'banh tam khoai mi,' seafood spring rolls, and 'banh chung'
‘Tet is akin to Christmas, New Year, and Easter all rolled into one, and it is life changing to experience it for yourself here in Vietnam’
Alleys on many streets in the city have donned colorful Tet-themed decorations
The pink hue of Hanoi’s peach blossoms is an annual reminder for those in Vietnam’s north that Tet, or Vietnamese Lunar New Year, is fast approaching.
Quyen, 27, was one of the first women to join the Tu Anh Duong lion and dragon dance troupe
The village is famous for its traditional craft of making pottery products
British Wayne Jordan had always traveled outside of Vietnam during Tet, but not this year