About The Lunar New Year The Lunar Year is based on cycles of the Lunar. There are about 12 lunations in a solar year , this period has 354.37 days.
About Lunar New Year The Lunar New Year is widely celebrate throughout the world including: China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Vietnam. Malaysia and other southeast Asia countries that follow Lunar calendar.
About Vietnamese Lunar New Year For Vietnamese people Lunar New Year is the most popular holiday and festival in Vietnam. It marks the arrival of Spring based on the lunar calendar. Many Vietnamese prepare for New Year by cooking special foods and cleaning the house. People wishing New Year’s greetings, giving lucky money to children and elderly people. Lunar New Year is also for family reunions and forgetting about the troubles of the past year and hoping for a better coming year.
What people eat in lunar new year and why These are Vietnamese traditional food for Lunar New Year. Specially fruits with red colour and sweet as it’s the symbol of good luck and a happy new year.