Young overseas Vietnamese couples hold tight to Tet traditions

February 03, 2024

Vietnamese families who have spent years living and working abroad often work hard to ensure their children can build connections to their homeland by learning about traditional Vietnamese customs. To these families, celebrating the Lunar New Year holiday, or Tet, Vietnam’s biggest national holiday, is considered the most important of these traditions. Photo: SuppliedTo celebrate, Quynh has ordered peach blossoms and apricot flowers – two important Tet symbols – to decorate her home. “[Last year, in the United States] my fiance and I cooked some traditional Vietnamese Tet dishes, such as caramelized pork and eggs, and decorated our house to welcome the Lunar New Year,” she shared. Photo: Supplied“I will also cook some traditional Vietnamese dishes for Tet to treat my husband and son,” Phu shared.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News