HCM City hosts festival to welcome Lunar New Year

2020-01-15 17:59:31
Thousands of people and tourists are visiting and taking photos in awe of streets covered in apricot blossoms at the Youth Cultural House in Ho Chi Minh City.

Many young people and their family have partaken in the Tet Viet festival, hosted by the Youth Cultural House in Ho Chi Minh City, with thousands of apricot branches and trees.

The festival is scheduled to last until January 29 with many interesting activities to welcome the Lunar New Year 2020. The program includes spaces introducing products from craft villages of silk, ceramic, incense and rattan.

PANO would like to present some images during the festival:

Children with their families having their photos taken

Children visiting ceramic craft villageChildren visiting ceramic craft village

Posing for a photo at a calligraphy pavilion

A young woman poses for a photo.

Children have their photos taken in an incense craft village.

People wearing "ao dai" (Vietnamese traditional long dress) for photos​​​​​​​

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Apricot Street is the highlight of this year’s festival.

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