Vietnamese New Year
How I celebrate Vietnamese New Year
The Vietnamese biggest celebration is the welcoming of the New Year. It is called Tet, which means the first morning of the first day of the New Year. Traditionally, it is celebrated for one week long. This is different from the western culture, which celebrates for only one day. According to the Vietnamese lunar calendar this is the year of the Goat. The lunar calendar was created by the systematically changing phases of the moon. Consequently, the actual days of the New Year vary from year to year according to the moon's phases.
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