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How to celebrate Seollal, Korean Lunar New Year
On the Lunar New Year, or Seollal, Koreans celebrate one of the country’s most important holidays. The Lunar New Year celebration in South Korea focuses on respect for one’s elders and ancestors, as well as time with family and loved ones.

7 traditional dishes for Tet that are not Banh Chung
Tet, Lunar New Year in Vietnam, is a special occasion. Everywhere you look, there are banners, lanterns and flowers of the brightest reds, pinks and yellows you’ve ever seen. But this celebration isn’t just for the eyes, it’s also for the stomach. Banh Chung is ...

Celebrating Tet in big cities of Vietnam
Tet is a great time to see Vietnam at its most colorful, especially in the cities of Hue, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City. Visit these cities during Tet to see what this major festival is about.

The best foods to ring in the Lunar New Year
Lunar New Year is one of the biggest holidays in Asian culture. While they all celebrate the same holiday, each country has different customs. The most significant difference is probably food! Here are some traditional dishes that are made for Lunar New Year.

The lucky foods to eat during Lunar New Year
One of the greatest joys of celebrating the new lunar year is the Lunar New Year feast on the eve of the holiday.

Experience the Lunar New Year of Asian countries
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.

Foods to celebrate Lunar New Year in China
Given the importance of food in Chinese culture, it is not surprising that certain dishes play a major role in Lunar New Year celebrations. "Lucky" foods are served through the two-week Lunar New Year celebration in order to grant a new year full of luck.

6 perfect gifts for Tet holiday in Vietnam
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.

Tips to visit Saigon during Tet holiday
Tet holiday is the national holiday in Vietnam which lasts about 5-7 days. During that time, people leave their offices, come back home and celebrate the beginning of the new year with their families.

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