Under the theme, “Book Road on Tet 2020”, the program is expected to include many interesting activities highlighting the atmosphere of the traditional Tet holidays.

The program not only displays different kinds of books on spring and Tet, but also features many exchanges, talk shows, and traditional art performances.

* With Tet just around the corner, Hanoi’s streets are decorated with flowers, flags, and banners to celebrate the new year.

On this occasion, a traditional Tet flower market is also opened at Hang Luoc, Hang Ma, Hang Khoai and Hang Rua streets (Hoan Kiem district), attracting a large number of locals and visitors.

The People’s Army Newspaper would like to present some images in Hanoi on this occasion:

Welcoming Tet in Ngo Quyen street (Hoan Kiem district)
The streets are beautifully decorated.
Trang Tien Plaza in Lunar New Year
Traditional Tet flower market attracts many people
An overview of the traditional Tet flower market in Hanoi
Many things for Tet are sold here
Calligraphers write letters meaning prosperity, longevity, and happiness
Folk toys attract many children
Kids learn how to make “to he” (toy figurines).

Translated by Chung Anh