Overseas Vietnamese get together for Lunar New Year celebrations
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|The Embassy of Vietnam in Indonesia hosted a virtual gathering on February 7 to celebrate the Lunar New Year with Vietnamese people and international friends living in Indonesia and Timor Leste. (Photo: NDO)|
The Embassy of Vietnam in Indonesia and Timor Leste hosted a virtual gathering on February 7 to celebrate the Tet (Lunar New Year) with Vietnamese people and international friends living in the country.
Ambassador Pham Quang Vinh praised the concerted efforts made by Vietnamese people in Indonesia and Timor Leste to overcome hardships and support the local response to the coronavirus pandemic, sharing that Vietnam's achievements and progress in the bilateral relations cannot be made without the contributions of the Vietnamese community and international friends in the Indonesia and Timor Leste.
On February 6, the Vietnamese Embassy in Singapore held a get-together to celebrate Tet for staff of the embassy and Vietnamese representatives and Vietnamese families in Singapore.
Ambassador Cao Thi Thanh Huong spoke highly of the positive contributions made by the Vietnamese community in Singapore to their homeland as well as the host country.
Vietnamese community in Singapore warmly welcome Tet (Photo: Vietnam Plus)
On the occasion, the Ambassador awarded certificates of merit to outstanding overseas Vietnamese for their active contribution to the development of the bilateral relationship between Vietnam and Singapore.
On the same day, the Vietnamese Consulate General in Canada’s Vancouver held a virtual get-together for Vietnamese expatriates.
Also on February 6, the Khmer - Vietnam Association held a pre-Tet gathering for overseas Vietnamese in Cambodia, NDO reported.
On February 9, the Vietnamese Embassy in Brunei held gatherings with the representatives of Vietnamese communities ahead of the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival. Vietnamese Embassy in Brunei held gatherings with the representatives of Vietnamese communities ahead of the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival.
Speaking at the event, Tran Van Khoa, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Vietnam to Brunei Darussalam informed the participants of the 13th National Party Congress’s outcomes as well as domestic situation in 2020.
Vietnam became a spotlight in the region and the world in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic last year, with its economic growth among the world’s highest, he added.
|Vietnamese Embassy in Brunei holds Tet gatherings with OVs |
The Vietnamese Embassy in Brunei held gatherings with the representatives of Vietnamese communities ahead of the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival.
|Far from home, Vietnamese people welcome Lunar New Year |
On February 5-6 , all the staff members of the Embassy of Vietnam in New Delhi (India) and families got-together to make Banh Chung (Square ...
|Vietnamese community in Singapore warmly welcome Tet |
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of attendees and festival activities is limited, but the cheerful and warm atmosphere of the ...