A Chung cake making activity at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism 

The program aims to introduce domestic and foreign visitors, especially young generations and the community, to the unique cultural characteristics in the traditional Tet (lunar New Year) celebration of Vietnam, contributing to the preservation and promotion of the country’s traditional values.

Through various activities ahead of the Tet festival 2022, the organizing panel hopes to create a lively cultural space to popularize the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism – also called the “Common House,” to foreign and domestic visitors.

Meanwhile, the event will contribute to consolidating the great national unity bloc, bringing a warm Tet festival to the Vietnamese people, and educating youngsters about their responsibility in preserving and upholding the traditional culture.

As scheduled, the organizers will provide 700 gift packages, worth VND 1 million each, for policy families and needy households in Moc Chau district (Son La province), Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims in Ba Trai commune, Ba Vi district (Hanoi), and ethnic minority communities living at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism as well.

Within the framework of the program, a Neu pole erection ceremony will take place with the aim of dispelling evil spirits, showing respect to gods and praying for a peaceful and happy new year.

Translated by Quynh Oanh