• 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. This...
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  • New Year Festival in Vietnam
    Lunar New Year (Tet) in Vietnam Vietnamese Lunar New Year, commonly known by Vietnamese as Tết Nguyên Đán or Tet, is the most important and popular holiday and also festival in Vietnam. Do you know: Vietnam Lunar New Year 2012 will fall on January 23rd. 2012 is the year of Dragon...
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  • tet holiday
    is sometime between January 21 and February 19 on the solar calendar. Tet is a huge celebration lasting three days. Families save money, store food, and plan far in advance for Tet, major holiday in Vietnam. The Vietnamese take extreme care to start the New Year out right. They buy new clothes...
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  • The King of Holidays
    . While the U.S., where I’m from, has its fair share of holidays, there is no equivalent to Tet. Expats in Saigon are warned that the city will empty out a few days before the day of Tet itself; businesses will close; and there will basically be no one here. Travel within Vietnam itself is advised...
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  • Dgvdbf
    TET HOLIDAY IN VIETNAM Tet holiday is the biggest annual celebration of Vietnam. This special holiday is held in the first three days of the lunar calendar. By history, Vietnam was influenced by China’s culture for many years. Therefore, the Chinese New Year and Vietnamese New Year have many...
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  • Vietnam
    different types of foods grown. Due the impact of the war, there’s still a lot of hungers especially children in Vietnam. First of all is the cultural celebration, the most important holiday celebrated in Vietnam and indeed by Vietnamese people worldwide is Tet, the Vietnamese-Chinese New Year. Tet...
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  • Tet Offensive and Its Aftermath
    The Tet Offensive and its Aftermath By late 1967, the US command in Vietnam was issuing very optimistic statements about weakening of the Communist forces and the likelihood that the war would be won. However, these statements were based to a considerable extent on wishful thinking. In its...
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  • Vietnamese New Year Tradition
    Vietnamese New Year Traditions New Year in Vietnam is not only a holiday but also the biggest event of the year. It is tradition of thousand years of history. In Vietnamese, New Year means Nam Moi or Tet Nguyen Dan, which also means “the very first morning”. Nevertheless, people commonly call it...
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  • The New Year Festival in Vietnam
    festival in Vietnam. Do you know: Vietnam Lunar New Year 2012 will fall on January 23rd. 2012 is the year of Dragon   About Tet Vietnamese Lunar New Year, commonly known by Vietnamese as Tết Nguyên Đán or Tet, is the most important and popular holiday and also festival in Vietnam...
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  • Culture different between Vietnam and The United State of America
    , let see about Lunar New Year – the most important festival in Vietnam. Tết, or Vietnamese New Year, is the most important celebration of Vietnamese culture. The word is a shortened form of Tết Nguyên Đán. It features aspects of the western Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day, Halloween and Birthday. It is...
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  • Hongthuy
    Hook: VietNam cultural is special and multiform Background information: One of them is the Tet holiday . It brings along lucky the thing. People will rest after one year work harder. Thesis statement: In family traditional VietNam, Tet holiday is preparated one month before holiday. Body...
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  • Tet Holiday
    churches to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Whereas in Vietnam, Tet Nguyen-Dan, or the arrival of the Lunar New Year, is the most joyful and ceremonious of all Vietnamese Holidays. Tet, as it is generally called, is normally celebrated for three days, beginning on the first day of the first...
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  • Favorite Holiday
    Journal Entry #1 : Free Writing : My Favorite Holiday As an immigrant from Vietnam living in The United States, I have been celebrating many holidays every year such as July 4th, Christmas, Easter, Labor Day... However, my favorite holiday is still Tet Nguyen Dan, which is usually called Lunar...
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  • Hoamoclan
    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 preparation for Tet...
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  • Tet in Vietnam
    New Year is the most important and popular holiday and festival in Vietnam. It is the Vietnamese New Year base on the Luna calender. Vietnamese New Year commonly known by formal name Tet Nguyen Dan. The name Tet Nguyen Dan is Sino-Vietnamese for the Feast of the First Morning, derived from the Han...
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  • Festival
    Vietnam, known as a country with colourful culture, has many traditional festivals such as Huong Pagoda Festival, Vu Lan Festival, Hung King Festival,… Of all the festivals in Vietnam, Tet is the most important and the biggest holiday. It is the Vietnamese New Year, marking the arrival of spring...
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  • The Tet Offensive
    The Tet Offensive was a military campaign during the Vietnam War that was launched on January 30, 1968 by forces of the People's Army of Vietnam against the forces of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam), the United States, and their allies. The purpose of the offensive was to utilize the...
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  • Tet Holiday
    ” is the most important and popular featival in VietNam. Tet can be divides three periods, known as Tat Nien (before New Year’s Eve), Giao Thua ( New Year’s Eve), Tan Nien (the New Year), representing the preparetation of Vietnamese Tet with many activities. Before a half of month of Tet holiday, the...
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  • Informal Letter
    others. This explains why Tet is the most favourite holiday to many people, including me. This year I even have an amazing plan for Tet Holiday. I am going to work at Vietnam Museum of Ethonoly as a volunteer for two days, hence I have the chance to enjoy Tet in many different ways of Vietnamese...
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  • History
    The Tet Offensive The day is January 31, 1968. Both the North Vietnamese and South Vietnamese governments proposed a two-day cease fire in order to observe the holiday of the first day of the lunar calendar (Chinese New Year), an important holiday to the Vietnamese. The North Vietnamese armies...
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