• Tet Holiday in Vietnam
    Tet holiday! Tet is a traditional holiday of our country Vietnam. The season of Tet occurs around the biginning of February and end of Janaurỵ The meaning of Tet is ending old year and welcome a new year. Tet holiday is very special for Vietnamese families to reunite. At that time, all family me
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  • The Tet Holiday
    The Tet Holiday Every year, Vietnamese people usually look forward to the Tet holiday in Vietnam as well as outside of Vietnam. It is the biggest holiday for Vietnamese. Because of using lunar calendar, the Tet holiday is celebrated in the end of January of in the beginning of February. The Tet holi
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  • Tet holiday
    Tet Holiday In Vietnam, there are many festivals in a year such as Double Five festival, Mid-autumn festival, etc. Among them, the Luna New Year is the most important and popular holiday in these traditional festivals. This is a transitional period between old year and new year; is a...
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  • Tet Holiday
    Vietnam is a country in the Eastern Hemisphere that was influenced by China for many years. Therefore, the Chinese New Year and Tet, the Vietnamese New Year have many similarities. Tet is the abbreviation of Tet Nguyen Dan which means the first morning of the first day of the new period. Tet marks t
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  • Tet Holiday
    TET NGUYEN DAN (LUNAR NEW YEAR) According to Vietnamese zodiac, this year is the year of the Cock. Of course, there are certain meanings and beliefs associated with the cock character that most Asian people would believe. People born in the Cock year are deep thinkers, capable, and talented. They l
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  • Tet Holiday
    Name: Luu Quang Ngoc Topic: Tet holiday Becoming warmer weather, blooming a hundred- flower on the tree, and gliding swallow in the blue sky, that is many signal alert that spring is arrive. Of course Tet comes, which ia the moment moving from an old year to a new year. Tet or “Tet Nguyen Danâ€
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  • Consumer’s Shopping Habit for Tet Holiday
    Market research top-line HCMC Jan. 2013 HANOI DANANG THEME: CONSUMER’S SHOPPING HABIT FOR TET HOLIDAY *Tet is known as Lunar New Year. This is the most meaningful holidays to the Vietnamese. About: Viettrack is a monthly consumer research report of FTA Research & Consultan
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  • Tet Holiday
    Time flies and my first semester at the university has already finished at the end of January, leading to my most wanted and longest holiday each year - Tet. It is also known as Lunar New Year Eve in many Eastern countries. On the way back to my hometown, I could not help being so excited for this s
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  • Tet Holiday
    The Tet Holiday- What did you do? [pic] According to our traditional custom, the Tet holiday is the Lunar New Year Holiday – the most important holiday in Vietnam. It is around late January or early February, depends on each year. We celebrate three days beginning of the new year, the firs
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  • Tet Holiday
    The most important holiday celebrated in Vietnam, and indeed by Vietnamese people worldwide, is Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. Tet is commonly described as Christmas, Thanksgiving and your birthday all celebrated at once. The second most celebrated Vietnamese holiday is the Mid-Autumn Festival. Thi
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  • tet holiday
     tet festival Vietnam is a country in the Eastern Hemisphere that was influenced by China for many years. Therefore, the Chinese New Year and Tet, the Vietnamese New Year have many similarities. Tet is the abbreviation of Tet Nguyen Dan which means the first morning of the first day...
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  • Tet holiday
    As you know, Tet Holiday is the biggest annual celebration of Vietnam in the first days of lunar New Year. During these days, people welcome a new coming year with good health, lucks and success. Tet holiday is very special for Vietnamese families to reunite and celebrate together.  The...
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  • Tet Holiday
     PHUONG Tet Holiday According to the lunar calendar, the next Jan. 30, 2014, no matter what you do, and where you are, you must come home. That day is the Lunar New Year Festival that we call Chinese New Year Day in China and Tet in Vietnam. On New year ‘s Eve (Jan. 30,2014),...
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  • Tet Holiday
    TET HOLIDAY; WHY IT IS IMPORTANT Many countries each have various holidays. There are unique ones only happening in a certain nation or region. There also are some celebrated by most people in the world. New Year’s Day is one of these. It can be celebrated on different dates in different...
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  • Tet holiday
    The more developing our society is, the quicker that people forget the traditional qualities. By the way, there’s still a lot of people who want to remain these traditions. My family is a great example for this. One of my family’s important traditions is that everyone have to reunite...
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  • Tet and the Vietnam War
    The Vietnam War, Tet, and Hue The Vietnam War is considered the longest war. It can also be known as the unnecessary war, the war we lost, and an unofficial war. This war demonstrated to the world that the United States of America will defend its beliefs by any means necessary. It unified yet divid
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  • Tet Holiday
    ------------------------------------------------- Thứ sáu, ngày 15 tháng tư năm 2011 Process analysis Essay A Celebration For Lunar New Year In My Hometown                Any nation on the world has a lot of special holidays or festivals in a year. Every holiday has diffe
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  • Tet Holyday
    TET HOLIDAY IN VIETNAM The weather becomes warmer; the wind blows through the green meadows; flowers bloom the trees; and the swallows glide in the blue sky. They are all of the signals that alert us; spring is arriving. When spring arrives, Tet also comes. Tet, in short for Tet Nguyen Dan, i
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  • Vietnam War
    France occupied all of Vietnam by 1884. Independence was declared after World War II, but the French continued to rule until 1954 when communist forces under Ho Chi Minh, who took control over the north, defeated them. Eisenhower's advisers believed that Ho Chi Minh's powerful communist-nationalist
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  • Vietnam War
    Turning Point of Vietnam War. The Vietnam War was an extension of Cold War –An Ideological conflict between Capitalism and Communism. In this protracted war scores of critical events happened and many proxy wars were fought between Nations belonging either of the Capitalist/ Communist
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