Vietnamese in Belgium celebrate Tet festival

Update: 11:24 | 11/02/2019

More than 300 Vietnamese in Belgium gathered in the capital city of Brussels on February 10 to celebrate the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival. 

Addressing the event, President of the General Association of Vietnamese in Belgium Huynh Cong My noted his wish that Vietnamese in the country will unite with each other to protect and promote Vietnamese culture, and integrate into the host society.

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At the get-together.

Ambassador Vu Anh Quang affirmed the Vietnamese State’s consistent policy of considering the Vietnamese community abroad an integral part of the nation.

Fadila Laanan, the minister in charge of the culture of the French community of Belgium, expressed her delight when joining the celebration and exploring Vietnamese culture.

About 14,000 Vietnamese are living and working across the European country.


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Traditional Tet food offerings to ancestors
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Free rides for workers in Hai Phong, Ha Nam to return home for Tet
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Source: VNA

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