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In Viet nam, MUA LAN (the lion dance) is very popular and familiar with other groups specially for Kinh people on the occasion of Tet Festival, Festivals or the opening ceremony, especially Mid-Autumn.

Read about the best Vietnam destinations we’ve found after more than a year in Vietnam. Learn why to visit, when to visit, and how long to stay. via @thetravelninjas

Read about the best Vietnam destinations we’ve found after more than a year in Vietnam. Learn why to visit, when to visit, and how long to stay. via /thetravelninjas/

February 19 is Lunar New Year, a holiday celebrated in many Asian countries, including China, Vietnam and Korea. 2015 is the Year of the...

P.F. Chang's chicken lettuce wraps

6 tasty, lucky ways to celebrate Lunar New Year: Dumplings, noodles, lettuce wraps and

How to Photograph Chinese New Year While Hogmanay may seem a distant and bleary memory, the fun is just about to start in East Asia. The Chinese New Year officially stars around February 19th, and it’s celebrated by Chinese people all over the world; meanwhile areas as diverse as Vietnam and Tibet also celebrate their new year in February. So, even if you can’t get over to China this month, most big cities with a community of Chinese descent will...

Dancers perform a fire dragon dance in the shower of molten iron spewing firework-like sparks during a folk art performance in Beijing as part of Chinese New Year celebrations.

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A Chinese Lunar New Year Party

February 19 is Lunar New Year, a holiday celebrated in many Asian countries, including China, Vietnam and Korea. 2015 is the Year of the Sheep (or goat or ram, depending on both how you translate the word and where in Asia you live). Instead of champagne and caviar, this New Year is marked with foods like dumplings, noodles and other delicacies that are meant to bring health and wealth in the coming year.

P.F. Chang's chicken lettuce wraps

Voyage Vietnam avec Hung-Voyagesviet Travel-Guide independant francophone au Vietnam.Son web: http://www.voyagesviet.com Dans quelques jours, tous les vietnamiens vont fêter le passage à la nouvelle année, basée sur le calendrier lunaire, qui débutera, pour cette année 2015, le 19 février sous le signe du chèvre.Lire la suite: Fête du Têt, Nouvel An vietnamien en France : tout le programme 2015 - http://www.voyagesviet.com/fete-du-tet-nouvel-an-vietnamien-en-france-tout-le-programme-2015/

Tết - Vietnamese lunar new year. year of the snake to all its our year for success to make goals for yourself and hope for a good year of good health, happiness, and love

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