Contest launched to promote Viet Nam’s traditional Lunar New Year

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has launched a contest themed “Yeu tet que nha – Yeu ban sac Viet” to popularise inspirational stories as the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival is approaching.
Contest launched to promote Vietnam’s traditional Lunar New Year. (Photo: VNA)
Vietnamese Lunar New Year's inspirational stories will be popularised during the contest. (Photo: Vietnamnet)

The contest offers a chance for Vietnamese people to share memorable moments, cultural identities and traditional customs of localities across the country during the Tet festival.

It is expected to contribute to introducing and disseminating Viet Nam’s traditional Lunar New Year to the domestic and international communities.

Vietnamese citizens aged 18 and above are encouraged to join the contest. The organising board will present three first prizes worth 10 million VND (439 USD) each, five second prizes worth 5 million VND each, 10 third prizes worth 2 million VND each and 15 consolation prizes worth 1 million VND each.

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(Source: VNA)