It’s raining cats and cats! From District 1’s Nguyen Hue Flower Street to District 7’s Phu My Hung park, Ho Chi Minh City is Tet-ready.
Tet, Vietnam’s Lunar New Year celebration, symbolizes new beginnings — including in career paths and jobs.
The iconic Nguyen Hue flower street remains the go-to place for the Tet celebration in Ho Chi Minh City. Authorities are implementing safety protocols for all visitors.
We talked to a few students as they reflect on the importance of family after years of celebrating Lunar New Year abroad.
On January 25, Vietnamese residents commemorated this year’s Kitchen God Day. Vietcetera photographers Rita Ha Vu and Bobby Vu captured the farewell rituals in Districts 4 and Binh Thanh.
For many Vietnamese living abroad, flying back home to celebrate Tet with their families this year is troublesome, if not impossible.
From buying kumquat trees to feasting bánh chưng and bánh tét, here’s a guide on how you can celebrate Tet like a true local in Vietnam.
The centuries-old implications of good fortune and prosperity has made apricot blossoms as well as other Vietnamese decorative plants top of the shopping list every Tet holiday season.