The freezing weather can't stop people from waiting from 6 a.m.
At least 5 variations of banh tet have become famous nationwide
Roll up your sleeves and make one of Vietnam's favorite sweet treats for the holiday
How well do you know Vietnamese money?
Visit these markets before Tet for a unique glimpse into Vietnamese life.
Some say cash is trash, but for these pickers it's the other way around
The tradition of having a bamboo pole represents the fight between good and evil
There are more than 7,300 festivals every year, most of them in spring
The coming Lunar New Year will be a damp squib for Ding Shen, the 34-year-old owner of Beautiful Scenery Fireworks...
Perplexed by Vietnam’s lucky money li xi custom? Well, you’re not alone.
Mellander and her staff make a 3-minute video to celebrate Vietnam's most important holiday.
Many farmers left flowers to rot last year; they hope this year will be better
Fun fact: Vietnamese don't say we are "celebrating Tet". For us it's "eating Tet".
The city’s downtown area will host week-long Tet festivals on Feb. 16.
Trade villages are more bustling and vibrant than ever the weeks before the main holiday begins.