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  1. Apr 15, 2022 · Tet holiday – Vietnamese Lunar New Year or simply Tet Vietnam is the most significant festival in the S-shaped country. As a result of being calculated by the lunar calendar, the Tet festival often occurs at the end of January or the beginning of February, which is later than New Year’s Day.

  2. Vietnamese New Year, also known as Tet Festival, is the most important festival of the year in Vietnam. Its name, Tet, is an abbreviation for Tet Nguyen Dan, which is Vietnamese for the feast of the first morning of the first day of their calendar. In 2023, Tet falls on January 22nd (Sunday). It is a Year of the Cat.

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    Tết or Tết Nguyên Đán, the Vietnamese new year, Lunar new year; Tet Offensive, a military campaign during the Vietnam War that began in 1968 Tet 1969; Geography. Têt (river) in Roussillon, France; Tét, a town in Hungary; Tét District, a district in northwestern Hungary; Character, symbol, abbreviation, or acronym

  4. Tet is the Vietnamese New Year and is the most important festival and public holiday in Vietnam. An example of Tet being the definitive Vietnamese holiday is that 'Tet' itself means 'festival' and is the shortened version of 'Tết Nguyên Đán', which is Sino-Vietnamese for 'Feast of the First Morning of the First Day'.

  5. Vietnamese New Year (Vietnamese: Tết Nguyên Đán; Hán-Nôm: 節元旦) China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, and South Korea celebrate the lunar new year in addition to the solar new year . Mongols and Tibetans celebrate New Year in February or early March, based on the closely related Mongolian and Tibetan lunisolar calendars.

  6. Sep 13, 2022 · The Embassy added that it will continue to interview applicants whose passports lack the endorsement until September 29. This comes after Germany, Spain, and the Czech Republic declared that they will not recognize Vietnam’s new passports. However, Spain has altered its initial decision and agreed to accept the new Vietnamese passport.

  7. International New Year's Day: National holiday: Jan 2: Sunday: New Year's Day Holiday: National holiday: Jan 3: Monday: Day off for International New Year's Day: National holiday: Jan 31: Monday: Vietnamese New Year's Eve: National holiday: Feb 1: Tuesday: Vietnamese New Year: National holiday: Feb 2: Wednesday: Tet holiday: National holiday ...

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