Vietnam's Vu Dai Stew Fish gets in Guardian top Lunar New Year photos
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|Warm Tet of a Vietnamese American family during pandemic time|
|Hue relic site, one of the UNESCO-recognised sites, attracts tourists on Lunar New Year|
|Ha Nam, Vietnam - Bui Van Cuong wears a gas mask as he braises black carp in clay pots with firewood to serve as a traditional Vietnamese dish. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Hanoi, Vietnam - Two women check their smartphones at Tran Quoc pagoda, one of the oldest pagodas in the city. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Texas, US - The JL Lion Dance Sports Association performs during a celebration at Dao Quang temple in Garland. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Jakarta, Indonesia - Worshippers release birds for good luck at Dharma Bhakti temple. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Hong Kong - Actor Lana Wong, wearing an ox costume, holds a burning joss stick during prayers in Wong Tai Sin temple. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Samut Prakan, Thailand - Lunar New Year at a Chinese temple. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Tyva, Russia - A shaman conducts san salyr, a sacred fire-lighting rite, during celebrations of Shagaa, the lunar new year. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Aldershot, UK - Matt Williams, a lion dance instructor from the World Eagle Claw Association UK, gives his costumes an airing with Greg Currie. All his bookings and performances have been canceled because of Covid. (Photo: Guardian)|
|Unique buffalo market in the Northwest |
Can Cau Buffalo Market is one of the most unique buffalo markets in the Northwest. The market is held every Saturday next to the Can ...
|Most popular pagodas in HCMC where people flock to wish for a lucky new year |
Not only meeting the religious needs, the following temples also have long-standing architectural and historical values, attracting both local and foreign tourists.
|French President extends Lunar New Year greetings in Vietnamese |
French President Emmanuel Macron's Lunar New Year greetings in Vietnamese have received more than 13,000 likes, over 1,500 comments and some 1,500 shares on Facebook.