Vietnamese Lunar Calendar


Prior to adoption of the Western solar calendar system, the Vietnamese exclusively followed a lunar calendar in determining the times of planting, harvesting, and festival occasions.

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“Diều sáo”, so interesting!


“Diều sáo” (kite flying) are Vietnamese kites that make music, so interesting!

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Vietnamese Traditional Wrestling


Wrestling is a national traditional art in Vietnam, that attracts many audiences.
 

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Human chess in Vietnam


Whenever taking part in Vietnamese village and temple festivals, you will have a chance to watch a traditional game - human chess, which is the favourite to a great deal of Viet people .

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Rice cooking competition


One of the meaningful acitivity in Vietnamese Tet festivals is rice cooking competition. A rice cooking competition is held to encourage women to take more responsibility in their traditional work.

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Parallels & Fireworks in Tet


When Tet is coming, everybody is so busy shoping, cleaning and decorating houses. Vietnamese people cannot miss the Tet with parallels and fireworks, so interesting...

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Ornamental plants, heart and soul in Tet...


At these days, driving in the streets, you can feel Tet is coming. The streets become more crowded and decorated with coloured lights and red banners. People are more hurriedly, busy buying gifts, cleaning and decorating their houses. Shops and offices are redecorated, look brighter. Some streets which are used to selling flowers become more colourful with many kinds of flowers..

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Longevity custom features Vietnamese native culture


An old saying goes: "respecting the elder, he will give you more ages". The simple saying covers a philosophy of life in Vietnamese society, reminding us of the traditional moral standard, that is filial piety to our grandparents and parents.

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Ao Dai, the Vietnamese long dress


The beauty of women dressed in “Ao Dai”always leaves a deep impression on foreign visitors to Vietnam

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Traditional Women's Hairstyles in Northern Vietnam


Along with the “ao tu than”, traditional girls and women in Northern Vietnam are often charming with a “khan dong” and a “khan mo qua”.

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