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Shaping fruits for New Year Celebration

Shaping fruits for New Year Celebration

1/7/2017 - 16:44

(VOVworld) – In recent years, farmers in Chau Thanh district, Hau Giang province, have supplied pomelos in gourd shapes to the New Year market. Chau Thanh has been famous for forming fruits into interesting shapes especially for the New Year or Tet celebration.

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The Sacred Last Meal of The Year

The Sacred Last Meal of The Year

4/4/2016 - 11:20

(VOVworld) - The last day of the lunar year is very important to Vietnamese people. The feast eaten in the evening of this sacred day tends to be more abundant and elaborate than usual, as it will be offered to ancestors at the family altar. Today VOV explores this beautiful and meaningful custom of the Vietnamese people.

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Tet customs in Vietnam

Tet customs in Vietnam

2/8/2016 - 6:00

(VOVworld) – Tet, the first festival in a lunar year, is of great importance to the Vietnamese and people in some other Asian countries. Generally, the first day of Tet is for family reunions and worshipping ancestors but people in different places have different ways of celebrating Tet.

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Agricultural production models on Truong Sa

Agricultural production models on Truong Sa

7/25/2013 - 16:46

(VOVworld) - The harsh climate and lack of fresh water make farming and ranching on the Truong Sa archipelago very difficult. But thanks to the tireless efforts of the islanders and soldiers stationed on the island, there are vegetable gardens almost everywhere and livestock production adds egges and meat to soldiers’ daily meals.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

A: The traditional Vietnamese wedding is one of the most important ceremonies in Vietnamese culture with influences from Confucian and Buddhist ideology. It is a significant day not only for...

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Vietnamese "Ao dai" promoted in South Korea

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(VOVworld) - It’s freezing cold during winter in South Korea. But the harsh weather cannot keep Vietnamese women there from wearing “Ao dai” – the traditional Vietnamese long dress, which...