Vietnamese in Czech Republic seek ways to preserve Vasiljev’s heritage

Vietnamese in Czech Republic seek ways to preserve Vasiljev’s heritage

Vietnamese people in the Czech Republic are seeking ways to preserve the collection of books and documents about Vietnam left by late Czech linguistic professor Ivo Vasilijev, an expert on Vietnamese studies and a good friend of Vietnam.

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Overseas Vietnamese host activities to welcome Tet

A string of activities have been held by overseas Vietnamese around the world to welcome the lunar New Year (Tet) – the biggest festival of the year, which falls on February 16-18 this year.

A special school in Tonlé Sap

PANO - There exists a special school named “Vietnam Primary School” in the area of Tonlé Sap Lake in Cambodia.

Vietnamese ethnic groups’ dresses shine in France

PANO – An exhibition of traditional clothing of 54 Vietnamese ethnic minority groups has successfully concluded at the Cosmopolis Cultural Center in Nantes, France.

Moscow people excited with Vietnam's Tet

The third Vietnamese street food festival themed “Tet Viet” is taking place at the Hanoi-Moscow Trade Center in Russia from February 16-18.
Vietnamese students in Moscow celebrate Tet

Overseas Vietnamese at the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute in Moscow hosted an art show on February 21 to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet).

Bridges connecting Vietnam-Philippines relations

PANO – Each oversea Vietnamese (OV) is a bridge connecting Vietnam and the Philippines, emphasized Vietnamese Ambassador to the Philippines Ly Quoc Tuan at a recent gathering for the Vietnamese community in the country.

Missing traditional Tet

PANO – As the Lunar New Year festival (Tet) is ongoing, overseas Vietnamese always miss the Tet atmosphere in their homeland.

Dream of peach blossoms

PANO - I celebrated the first Tet (Lunar New Year Festival) in Hanoi more than 20 years ago. At that time, the Capital City was smothered in continuous drizzle and the bitter cold wind seemed cutting. I was shivering due to the shortage of warm clothing and was nostalgic about the warm sunlight in the South.
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