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Recently years, the weather is changing, some places in the world are hotter but some places are colder. For example, Vietnam was known as a tropical country with a lot of sunlights but you still find snow in the winter in some places in the North of Vietnam such as Sapa, Mai Chau, Moc Chau, Ba Vi.

Tet Tao Quan – Kitchen’s God

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Vietnam is a country well-known for rich cultures. Festivals and festivities, one home festivity day that no any Vietnamese cannot miss, is 23rd December of Lunar Calendar. It is called in Vietnamese “Tet Tao Quan” or “Tet Ong Cong – Ong Tao” where all are busy and even rush to prepare things to farewell the Kitchen’s God up to the Heaven.

The picking buds custom

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Picking buds is one of the tradition that is widely practiced in Vietnam on Tet. This practice has root from an old legend in the history. It was said that: on a bright spring day thousands of years ago, Hung king called for all of his sons to say out his biggest will. He wanted the princes to go to different areas of the country, live there, and teach the people knowledge about farming, and other fields of life.

Meaning of New Year’s Eve in Vietnam

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Tet, the Lunar New Year festival, is the most important holiday in Vietnam. As people believe Tet refreshes everything in their lives, they treasure the moment of seeing off the old year and welcoming the new year. In Vietnam, New year’s eve (Giao thua) occurs at exactly midnight of the last day in Lunar calendar.

The New Year meal

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The New Year meal (Tất niên) is a ritual to mark the end of the year, and welcome a New Year. The meal often occurs on the last day of the old year, and can either be held as a party, or an ordinary family meal. This is an occasion to reunite with the family members, and sharing precious moment with friends.

Parallel Sentences on Tet

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In many Vietnamese families during Tet, you can find two red paper rolls of same length with paint brush words written on hung next to each other. They are called “Câu đối” (Parallel sentences), a traditional beauty of Vietnamese’s literature. The custom of hanging parallel sentences on Tet holiday shows much about Vietnamese’s belief and dignity.

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