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The Japanese calendar is packed with festivals year round, many of them, called "matsuri," are local in origin and linked to a neighborhood shrine or temple, but there are also nationwide celebrations that mark seminal events in Japanese history, or reflect ...
Christmas may not be a national holiday in Japan, but there is no lack of festive cheer on Christmas time.
If you ever love Vietnam, you may hear about the Tet holiday – a new year celebration. Tet is not only beautiful for Vietnamese but also for tourists. Check these things out to have a wonderful Tet in Vietnam.
Hong Kong has one of the world's most festive Christmases. Hong Kong people will celebrate Christmas perhaps the most grandly in all of East Asia. There is a two-day public holiday, and people usually enjoy dry, mild, and even sunny weather for Christmas.
Christmas for Asians is all about spending time with family and friends, and the celebration comes in a variety of ways.
The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, is China’s most important holiday, but it is also celebrated in other East Asian countries and in places where natives of those countries and their families reside.
Giving gifts on Tet holiday, which has been long a traditional custom in Vietnam’s ancient culture, represents not only the close relationship but also the thorough and subtle of human behaviors.
During Tet, every family in Vietnam prepares a special tray of snack to offer guests, containing a variety candies, biscuits, jam, fruits; and roasted nuts are indispensible components of the tray. Below are top 5 most common seeds in Vietnam during Tet.
To have the best Tet experience in Ho Chi Minh city, read these useful tips shared by locals and experienced travellers to ensure a wonderful trip during the holidays.