Despite toned down celebrations due to COVID-19, Vietnamese people everywhere have welcomed the Lunar New Year wishing for a happy future.
People celebrate the New Year on Nguyễn Huệ Flower Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. VNA/VnExpress News photo Quang Châu
Tourists join Vietnamese in their flower street celebrations. VNA/VnExpress News photo Quang Châu
Party General Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng visits and extends greetings to Hà Nội people and Party members on Monday on the occasion of Tết and Party’s 92nd founding anniversary (February 3, 1930). VNA/VnExpress News photo Trí Dũng
People wait for their traditional Tết calligraphy paintings at Ngọc Sơn Temple, Hà Nội. VNA/VnExpress News photo Tuấn Đức
People go out to welcome the New Year and bring home some symbols of luck in Hà Nội. Buying branches of young buds, rice and salt is believed to bring happiness and wealth in the new year. VNA/VnExpress News Photo Hoàng Hiếu
After midnight, many people visit and light incense at the monument dedicated to King Lê Lợi (1385 -1433), the national hero native of Thanh Hóa Province, wishing for luck. VNA/VnExpress News photo Nguyễn Nam
Vietnamese workers at a workshop in Kirzhach, about 100 km northeast of Moscow, Russia, hold their year-end party to celebrate the traditional Tết. VNA/VnExpress News photo Duy Trinh