Gatherings mark Vietnam’s New Year abroad

Gatherings mark Vietnam’s New Year abroad

The Vietnamese Embassy and Vietnamese Association in Laos held a gathering in Vientiane on January 14 celebrating the upcoming Lunar New Year festival.

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Legislative leader meets Vietnamese community in Australia

Standing Vice Chairwoman of the Vietnamese National Assembly Tong Thi Phong called at the Vietnamese Embassy in Canberra and met with representatives of the Vietnamese community in Australia on January 12.

Vietnamese abroad celebrate traditional New Year


Vietnamese communities in many countries are celebrating the traditional New Year (Tet) on the lunar calendar, which falls on January 25 this year, with various activities.

Vietnamese people association in Japan’s Ibaraki prefecture debuts


The Vietnamese people association in Japan’s Ibaraki prefecture officially made debut in the locality on January 12, helping ensure policies for Vietnamese expatriates and promote solidarity among them.

Overseas Vietnamese celebrate traditional New Year


Overseas Vietnamese in the US, Australia and Thailand have organized a wide range of activities to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
Homeland Spring 2020 in Hanoi

PANO – The “Homeland Spring 2020” program will be organized on January 18 in Hanoi and Bac Ninh province with various activities for overseas Vietnamese.

Overseas Vietnamese gather for Tet celebration


The Vietnamese Embassy in Japan held a meeting for overseas Vietnamese on January 10 to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet), the biggest holiday in Vietnam.

Homeland Spring 2020 to be held on January 18


The Homeland Spring festival, an annual gathering of Vietnamese living across the world to celebrate the traditional lunar new year festival in Vietnam, is set to take place on January 18 next year or the 24th day of the last month of the lunar year.

First Vietnamese Tet festival to be held in southern Japan


A Vietnamese Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival will be held for the first time in Fukuoka, the largest city in Japan’s Kyushu island, on January 12, 2020.
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