Huong Pagoda Festival officially opens

Huong Pagoda Festival officially opens

The 3-month Huong Pagoda Festival, the largest in Viet Nam, officially opened in Ha Noi’s My Duc district on February 13 or the sixth day of the lunar New Year, with the attendance of about 50,000 pilgrims. Going to Huong Pagoda is a spiritual…

Ho Chi Minh City confirms plan for Lunar New Year flower street

Ho Chi Minh City confirms plan for Lunar New Year flower street

Ho Chi Minh City is going to move the Lunar New Year flower festival in February back to its original venue on the pedestrian street Nguyen Hue. The city said in a statement Tuesday that the flower street will be open for eight days…

Mong people with cultural diversity

Mong people with cultural diversity

Mong minority ethnic group in the northern upland province of Son La celebrates the New Year a month earlier than the country’s traditional Lunar New Year, or Tet. When mist and freezing temperatures pervade the northern upland, young native people start the spring festival…