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News for keyword : Lunar New Year
Free entry to historical sites in Dien Bien open during Lunar New Year

Several historical and cultural sites in the northern province of Dien Bien will be open for free from January 25 to 27, the first three days of the Lunar New Year, the provincial authorities have decided.

Ho Chi Minh City will hold 15-minute fireworks displays at seven venues to welcome the Year of the Rat on Lunar New Year’s Eve (January 24).
Popular Japanese singer Ueno Yuuka, who was appointed Goodwill Ambassador for the Hoi An-Japan Cultural Exchange, will perform with singer Kawamura Yui and the Kolme band from Japan on Lunar New Year’s eve at the Sculpture Park in the ancient city on January 24.
The Hue Monuments Conservation Centre and the National Archives Centre IV held an exhibition in the central province of Thua Thien – Hue on January 18 featuring Lunar New Year celebrations during the Nguyen dynasty.
Major flower villages across Viet Nam are busy harvesting and delivering flowers to markets before the 2020 Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday begins.
Tet (Lunar New Year) is fast approaching, and people in Bo Dau village in the northern province of Thai Nguyen’s Co Lung commune are busy preparing banh chung (square glutinous rice cakes).
Ha Noi has planned to organise flower markets at 51 locations across all its districts to meet the demands for shopping and entertainment on the occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet) 2020.
The annual Ho Chi Minh City Tet (Lunar New Year) Book Fair will be held from January 22-28 (or the 28th day of last lunar month to the fourth day of the first lunar month of the new year) in downtown Ho Chi Minh City.
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines announced on December 12 that the airline is set to offer approximately 70,000 one-way air tickets at a price of VND199,000 to meet the increasing travel demand around the Lunar New Year period.
Thousands of people have flocked to the northeastern province of Quang Ninh to join in the Yen Tu Spring Festival, which began in Uong Bi city on February 14 or the 10th day of the Lunar New Year.
The demand for Kim Hoang paintings, a genre of Vietnamese woodcut paintings that originate from Kim Hoang village in Ha Noi, has been increasing over the Lunar New Year.

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