[Inforgraphic] The differences between Vietnamese Tet holiday and Chinese New Year

Vietnamese Tet holiday is one of the most important occasions of the country. The festival includes the 1st, 2nd and 3rd day in Lunar Calendar; however, Vietnamese people often spend about nearly a month to celebrate this special event. In addition, Tet holiday is also the time for Vietnamese people express their thanks to Gods for the arrival of spring with a variety of blooming trees and flowers after a cold and harsh winter. Also, this is the privileged occasion for family’s members to reunite, celebrating a new year which has come together, and saying farewell to the previous one. All the best things are prepared and consumed during this holiday as people want to ensure that they will have a new year full of prosperity. However, many expats usually equate Vietnam Tet Holiday with Chinese New Year. So let’s see the differences between them in the following inforgraphic right away!

The differences between Vietnamese Tet holiday and Chinese New Year


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